Final Results 2018 Comp

Final Results 2018 Comp

Overview of 2018 comp

This year we had reasonable weather all comp with 15-20 knot northwesterlies on Friday and Saturday and 5-10 knots on Sunday. It was particularly good for surfcasting the south coast and not too cold (compared to whats its been like lately). There was virtually no swell on the south coast.

On Friday with a nice 5-10 knot forecast in the morning it was all go on the west and south coast. Unfortunately the wind got up straight away to 15/20 knots and it was uncomfortable fishing out wide. No hapuka were caught but some big cod, tarakihi, elephantfish and gurnard were weighed in. Saturday was pretty much the same and a few surfcasters weighed in the odd spotty shark, kahawai and red cod. Steve Brown caught the fish of the comp, a 17.3kg kingfish off Point Gordon. It was a particularly good catch fishing on 8kg line in his 4mtr tinnie in lumpy conditions.

Sundays forecast was again 15-20 knots but it was 5-10 knots most of the day.

On the forcast I restricted fishing (same as Friday pm and all day Saturday) to the harbour and local south coast as well as in the leigh of Kapiti Island.       

As the surfcasters came back from the Wairarapa it was obvious the moki were not biting this weekend.

Hokianga Morunga was shore fisherman of the comp weighing in a 3.25kg kahawai, a 2.25kg red cod and 1.45kg moki taking out all three of those sections. He fished the Spit and Corner creek with his mate Mathew Renata.

Steve Brown was boat fisherman of the weekend taking heaviest trevally, kingfish and 2nd heaviest tarakihi.

It was great to have good strong kids and junior sections this year with some nice fish caught there

Here are the entrant numbers

5

kayak

52

shore

27

kids

26

junior

85

boat

16

ladies

211

total

Thanks to all the sponsors - RMR Decorators, REDHOT Marine, Extreme Boats, AJ Bond Construction, Apco Interiors, Southern Bait, NZ Fishing and Leisure (Kiwi Sizzler), Daiwa, Shimano, Nascan, Decoro, Kilwell, Pete Lamb Fishing, Baseline Imaging, Okuma, Halco lures, Tasline Braid, Black Magic tackle, Bite Fishing, Jig Ice Rescue, Burnsco Seaview,  Seaview Marina, The Realm Tavern Haitaitai, Alana Estate, NZ Fishing News, Swollo It Bait, Gasworks Miramar

And to my staff for helping out and you guys for entering

RESULTS

Extreme Boats inshore boat section
Elephantfish
Con OByrne 5.94kg
Ben Martin 5.8kg
Tom Williams, 4.322kg

Bluecod
James Southeran, 2.79kg
Rob Schofeild 1.892
Sam Cooper 1.542

Tarakihi
Sam Georges 1.51kg
Steve Brown, Tarakihi, 1.43kg
Ernie Whatarau, Tarakihi, 1.380kg

Kiwi Sizzler Gurnard Section
Stephanie Fairweather, 1.390kg
Tom Williams 1.31kg
Stephanie Fairweather 1.268

Apco Interiors Hapuku Section - none caught

Shimano combined boat/shore section
Trevally
Steve Brown, 2.020kg
Bex Rudolph, 1.370kg
Tom Williams, 0.982

Kingfish
Steve Brown, 17.31kg

Snapper - none caught

Southern Bait Shore section
Spotty shark
Nuusa Sionne, 2.740kg
Dave Burcher, 2.604kg
Sarah Tetau 2.384kg

Redcod
Hokianga Morunga, 2.26kg
Richard Tetau, 1.748kg
John Barnett, 1.450kg

Bluemoki
Hokianga Morunga, 1.49

Tasline braid Kahawai section - shore
Hokianga Morunga, 3.25kg
Richard Tetau 2.774kg
Troy Bryan Edwardson, 2.406kg

Daiwa Kayak section - best fish
Rowan Wright, Kahawai, 1.79kg
Quintin Houpapa, redcod 1.88kg

Pete Lamb Fishing Junior section - best fish
Zac Snow, bluecod, 1.200
Olly Basalaj, Kahawai 2.078
Kendra Rudolph Terakihi, 1.056

RMR Decorators Kids section
Charlotte Rudolph, Parrotfish, 488gm
Olly Basalaj, spotty, 0.234
Celia Martin, Spotty, 0.198
Charlotte Rudolph, Spotty,180gm
James Pearce, Herring, 0.248
Tuku Rameka, Herring, 0.150
Emma Lutter, Herring, 70gm

Apco Interiors Ladies Section - best fish
Bex Rudolph, Trevally,1.370
Stephanie Fairweather, Kahawai, 2.098
Kendra Rudolph, Terakihi, 1.056

Photo Comp                                                                                                                                                                               

1st - Emma Cameron, 2nd - Brendon Page, 3rd - Ssam Cooper

RMR Decorators & REDHOT Marine
present the
Wgtn Boat & Shore Fishing Competition

RMR Decorators & REDHOT Marine present the Wgtn Boat & Shore Fishing Competition

15-17 June 2018

$10,000 Prize value

Sections

SECTIONS (1st 2nd and 3rd prizes)

  • AJ Bond Construction BLUEMOKI SECTION - heaviest moki from the shore - $500 cash
  • Kiwi Sizzler GURNARD SECTION - heaviest boat caught gurnard - Kiwi Sizzler 2 burner BBQ
  • Apco Interiors HAPUKU SECTION - heaviest hapuka - $500 rod/reel set
  • RMR Decorators KIDS SECTION - heaviest spotty, herring, parrotfish, mackerel. All kids get a prize
  • Apco Interiors LADIES SECTION - best fish, all ladies get a prize
  • Pete Lamb Fishing JUNIOR SECTION - best fish, all juniors get a prize
  • Shimano BOAT/SHORE COMBINED SECTION - heaviest trevally, kingfish, snapper
  • Extreme Boats BOAT SECTION - heaviest bluecod, tarakihi, elephantfish
  • Southern Bait SHORE SECTION - heaviest spotty shark, redcod and barracouta
  • Tasline Braid KAHAWAI SECTION - heaviest kahawai from the shore
  • Daiwa KAYAK SECTION - best fish 

 

Area - Te Horo to Wgtn to Castlepoint

Tickets - $30pp boat, $20pp shore, $10pp junior/lady/kayak, $5pp kids

Sponsors - RMR Decorators, REDHOT Marine, Extreme Boats, AJ Bond Construction, Apco Interiors, Southern Bait, NZ Fishing and Leisure (Kiwi Sizzler), Daiwa, Shimano, Nascan, Decoro, Kilwell, Pete Lamb Fishing, Baseline Imaging, Okuma, Halco lures, Tasline Braid, Black Magic tackle, Bite Fishing, Jig Ice Rescue, Burnsco Seaview,  Seaview Marina, The Realm Tavern Haitaitai, Alana Estate, NZ Fishing News, Swollo It Bait, Gasworks Miramar

Prizelist (subject to change)

First 20 ($20/$30) entrants at each shop win free bag of Ice

First 100 entrants at each shop get a starters pack with hooks / swivels and other fishing related product

All kids and Juniors get Prizes.

Best kid or junior at the prizegiving wins a 5pce microfleece size 10 (1 for girls, 1 for boys) sponsored by RMR Decorators and REDHOT Marine

Gasworks Special Eat & Drinks deals all weekend for Fishing
Entrants: Burger and a Pint $20 - just quote PETELAMB promo code
Friday ​HAPPY HOUR 5-7pm Saturday​ HAPPY HOUR 5-6pm Sunday ​happy hour 5-6pm, Kids Dine Free all night
5 x $40 bar tabs to give away
. HAPPY HOUR - $6 house tap beers and $7 house wine

Extreme Boats Inshore Boat section

Bluecod - $250 Daiwa rod/reel

Tarakihi - $550 Kiwi Sizzler cold smoker - (sponsored by Apco Interiors)

Elephant fish - Burnsco $250 tackle package

Apco Interiors Hapuku section

Hapuku -  $500 Penn rod and reel set - (sponsored by Apco Interiors)

Shimano Combined Boat & Shore section
Kingfish - Daiwa bent butt rod value $350
Snapper - $400 Kiwi Sizzler glass top BBQ
Trevally - Nacsan product value $250

Tasline Kahawai section
heaviest shore caught kahawai - Halco lures, tackle box,
NZ Fishing News Subscription, value $250

Southern Bait Shore section
Spotty shark (Rig) - Kilwell and Okuma fishing gear value $250
Red Cod - Daiwa Rod/reel value $250
Barracouta - Bite fishing tackle value $250

AJ Bond Construction Blue Moki section
heaviest blue moki from the shore - $500 cash
(donated by AJ Bond Construction)

Kiwi Sizzler Gurnard section
heaviest boat caught gurnard
- $450 kiwi sizzler 2 burner Gas BBQ

RMR Decorators Kids section – All kids get a prize  
(heaviest)
Spotty - rod and reel set value $40
Herring - rod and reel set valuer $40
Parrotfish - rod and reel set value $40
Mackerel - rod and reel set value $40

Rods for 2nd prizes.

Two x 5pce microfleece kits (girls and boys size 10) are up for grabs for the best photo from a junior or kid submitted (or a story at the prizegiving if no photos come through)

Daiwa Kayak section
Best scale fish - Daiwa rod reel set value $250
Sponsored by Daiwa

Apco Interiors Ladies section
Best scale fish - Penn $200 rod/reel combo
sponsored by Apco Interiors

Pete Lamb Fishing Junior section - All Juniors get a prize
Best scale fish - Halco lures, Tackle box, NZ Fishing News subscription value $200

Hard Luck

Okuma reel sponsored by Swollo It Bait

Best Photo Section

Seaview Marina boat launching voucher (boat fisho) or 3 x bottles of Alana Wine (shore fisho) 

WEIGH INS -​ At my Rongotai shop 15 Kingsford Smith ST ROngotai, Ph 043878150 4-5pm Friday
and Saturday and 3-4pm Sunday and at REDHOT Marine 67 Port Road Seaview Ph 04-568 3181

PRIZEGIVING​ - At Gasworks Miramar restaurant - bar 6-8pm
Sunday. 11 Tauhinu Rd.
Gasworks Special Eat & Drinks deals all weekend for Fishing
Entrants: ​Burger and a Pint $20 - just quote PETELAMB promo code
Friday ​HAPPY HOUR 5-7pm Saturday​ HAPPY HOUR 5-6pm Sunday ​happy hour 5-6pm, Kids Dine Free all night
5 x $40 bar tabs to give away. HAPPY HOUR - $6 house tap beers and $7 house wine

TIDES

Wgtn (Wellington Harbour)

Frid 15th High 5.46 am, low 11.55 am, low 18.07 pm. Tide Change 0.5 to 1.8 metre

Sat 16th high 06.45 am, low 12.53 pm, high 19.04 pm. tide Change 0.6 to 1.9 metre

Sun 17 th high 7.40 am, low 13.50 pm. tide Change 0.5 to 1.9 metre

Mana (Karehana Bay)

Frid 16 th high 10.56 am, low 17.13 pm, high 23.26 pm, tide Change 0.5 to 1.7metre

Sat 17th low 5.25 am, high 11.42 pm, low 17.53 pm, tide Change 0.5 to 1.7 metre

Sun 12th low 6.06 am, high 12.27 pm Change 0.5 to 1.6 metre

On the west coast the tide runs south on the outgoing and north on the incoming. Makara can be an hour early, the Wairaka rise can be an hour late, and Fisherman’s can be 2 hours early. South end of Mana on the 50mtr mark can be slack at mid tide.

On the south coast the outgoing runs west and incoming runs east, island bay to Karori is normally 2 hours early. Be careful with wind against tide especially around Sinclair hear to Karori and around Baring head

MOON​ – New moon on the 14th June, so another words BIG Tides for the weekend. Sorry guys,
hopefully the weather will be good to compensate!

rules for the comp June 2018

RULES

  1. The Competition will run 5am Friday 15th June to 3pm Sunday 17th June 2018.
  2. All fish must be caught on rod and reel, or hand line.
  3. No unattended lines permitted.
  4. Two hooks per rig and 2 rods per angler permitted to be fished at any one time.
  5. Anglers must bring their own fish to the shore/boat un-aided unless in the kids section.
  6. Juniors, kids and ladies must be entered in the shore or boat section to be eligible for prizes in those sections
  7. Fishing may be done off the shore, rocks, boat or kayak.
  8. Fishing area – Castlepoint to Cape Palliser and along the south coast to Cape Terawhiti, inside Wellington harbour and up to 10 miles offshore. Cape Terawhiti up to Tehoro (on the west). Excluding the cook strait cable zone and marine reserves
  9. Skippers of boats must check in with Pete Lamb Fishing prior to starting fishing, and must check out upon returning from the days fishing. As a mandatory requirement all boats must carry an operable VHF radio, 1 flare and lifejacket per person, first aid kit and cellphone. VHF radio in kayak is optional.
  10. Weighins - Friday 4-5pm, Saturday 4-5pm, Sunday 3-4pm at Pete’s Rongotai shop and at Redhot Marine Port Rd Seaview. All fish must be left whole (no gutting) and be in good condition (kept on ice).
  11. The Competition briefing and updates will be posted on www.petelambfishing.co.nz and on Pete Lamb Fishing's Facebook page
  12. Boating can be dangerous and potentially life threatening. Skippers are responsible for ensuring the safety of their own boats, crew and boating equipment. All entrants, boat owners and spectators participate at their own risk. Pete Lamb Fishing Ltd, its employees, sponsors and volunteers (together "the organizers") accept no responsibility in any respect for personal injury, loss or damage to property arising out of or in connection with the Competition, regardless of cause. Each entrant releases the organizers to the fullest extent permitted by law from all claims or demands of any kind and from all liability which may arise in respect of any incident associated with the Competition. Each entrant also agrees not to bring any action, claim or demand against the organizers in respect of the Competition and agrees to indemnify the organizers for all the costs, claims, demands, expenses (including full legal expenses) arising in respect of their participation in the Competition. The holding of the Competition does not constitute an endorsement by the organizers that the weather or sea conditions are suitable for the boats and/or entrants.
  13. The Competition is held in the spirit of amateur fishing and fair competition. If, in the opinion of the Fishing Competition Committee, competitors have breached the spirit of the Competition then the Committee reserves the right to exclude competitor(s). The Fishing Competition Committee's decision is final.
  14. Prize list may change on the Fishing Committee's decision.
  15. The Fishing Competition Committee reserves the right to designate a restricted fishing area should the weather deem it necessary to do so. The Fishing Competition Committee's decision is final in all matters to do with this fishing competition. It would pay to check prior to the days fishing if there are any restrictions in place.
  16. Cancellation of fishing will be on www.petelambfishing.co.nz and on Pete's Facebook page. If Saturday and sunday are cancelled then the competition will be rescheduled to the next available weekend.
  17. Any prizes not struck will be drawn out of the hat to people present at the prizegiving.
  18. Anglers may only weighin one fish per specie, per day

     19. In the event of a tie the 1st angler weighing in wins

     20. One fish is only eligible for one prize

 

 
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