25 Results for author: Jill Trickey
The 6th Rhyll-Phillip Island Angling Club (RPIAC) competition for the 2019/2020 season was held over the weekend of the 11th and 12th of January. The Friday night prelude to the competition acknowledged the passing of a passionate and long-serving club member, Noel Macklin, on the 6th of January. Indeed, Noel will be missed by all and condolences are ...
The 5th Rhyll-Phillip Island Angling Club competition
for the 2019/2020 season was held over the weekend of the 7th and 8th
of December. Warm and stable summer
weather was absent on Saturday and revealed on Sunday. Clearly, the recreational boaters and anglers
were enticed by Sunday’s weather forecast as the carpark overflowed before many
The Rhyll-Phillip Island Angling Club had a long weekend of activity, hosting a community event and fishing competition between the 22nd and 24th of November. Fantastic Friday weather greeted Better Boating Victoria, Victorian Fisheries Authority and Maritime Safety Victoria to the clubroom, located adjacent to the boat ramp in the fishing village of ...
The Rhyll boating facility is
getting an upgrade thanks to the State Government’s unprecedented investment in
boating in Victoria.
Better Boating Victoria (BBV) is
overseeing the delivery of the government’s boating commitments and the Rhyll
boating facility upgrade in close consultation with Bass Coast Shire Council.
The upgrade will deliver a ...
Wondering whether the weather will worsen or weaken when woken was the sentiment for the third Rhyll-Phillip Island Angling Club (RPIAC) fishing competition for the 2019/2020 season. The event was held on the 9th and 10th of November and the weather forecast threatened with westerly winds up to 40 knots and rain. The proposed interclub Snapper competition ...
The second Rhyll-Phillip Island Angling Club fishing competition, for the 2019/2020 season, was held on the 12th and 13th of October. Saturday’s weather forecast was reasonably accurate, with winds from the east increasing in strength from fresh to strong. With the old adage “wind from the east, fish bite least” resonating with our anglers the ...
Welcome to the Rhyll Phillip
Island Angling Club’s 2019/2020 fishing competition!
Our first competition weekend
is scheduled for the 21st/22nd of September and we’re looking
forward to longer days and favourable conditions. The competition will test anglers, equipment and
good fortune, spanning Spring, Summer and Autumn. All eligible ...
The Rhyll Phillip Island Angling Club's 2018-2019 fishing competition concluded on Saturday the 25th of May with the 2019 Presentation Night dinner held at the Phillip Island Golf Club. The event gave members another opportunity to celebrate participation, achievements and successes throughout the season. Additionally, the evening provided an excellent ...
International Star Wars Day welcomed the commencement of the final 2018/2019 Rhyll Phillip Island Angling Club fishing competition held on the 4th and 5th of May. “May the Fourth be with you” was certainly a statement concerning the weather, providing ample wind and rain. Despite rumours of large snapper and an abundance of whiting, the ...
It was appropriate to turn back time for the 11th 2018/2019 Rhyll Phillip Island Angling Club fishing competition held over the 6th and 7th of April. Indeed, the end of daylight savings and the mild autumn conditions had many enthusiasts pondering whether they should have stayed, moved or tried something different. Without doubt, the most impressive ...