The Rhyll Phillip Island Angling Club (RPIAC) is a not for profit organisation which through its membership promotes, supports and assists in developing an interest in fishing as well as providing a social environment for non angling members. The club was originally formed in1989 by a group of anglers and has now grown to a membership base of over 170 members with its own clubrooms at the Rhyll Boat Ramp.
Members have opportunities to engage in competitive angling competitions organised by RPIAC throughout the year, RPIAC provides a great social atmosphere for its members at its club rooms which are open for social events regularly.
It’s Snapper-time and the Rhyll-Phillip Island Angling Club (RPIAC) held the 4th fishing competition for the 2020 / 2021 season, which also decided the annual winner of the Bill Wallis Trophy. The weekend...
The 2019-2020 Club Champion Results have been published.
Congratulations to all winners.
Due to Covid 19 restrictions the club was unable to hold a Presentation night. All winners will be notified and presented with Trophies.
For full results click here
2020 Annual General Meeting
Date: September 15th, 2020
Time: 6:00 pm
Due to Covid 19 restrictions attendance will be by invitation only. For details click here
President: Albert Abram
Vice Presidents: Norm Trickey, Sam Orr
Treasurer: Dave Fusinato
Secretary: Jill Trickey
Gerry Gibb, Daniel McCausland, Len Petch, Anne-Marie Richards, Peter Rowan, Ron Soolsma, Mick Toovey
““There are always new places to go fishing. For any fisherman, there’s always a new place, always a new horizon.””
- Jack Nicklaus