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The Macquarie Dictionary defines “extraordinary” as “beyond what is ordinary; out of the regular or established order”. Indeed, extraordinary describes the 5th Rhyll-Phillip Island Angling Club (RPIAC) competition for the 2020/2021 season for many reasons.
With the start of summer, angling members had high expectations for the competition held over ...
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-long fishing competition started on the 21st of November and concluded at the close of weigh-in at 5:30 pm on Sunday the 22nd.
Sunrise and a rising ...
Weather forecasts improved slightly for the 3rd Rhyll-Phillip Island Angling Club (RPIAC) fishing competition of the 2020/2021 season. The competition, staged over the 7th and 8th of November, enjoyed moments of calm conditions amid gusts of wind up to 20 knots, from the south on Saturday and the east on Sunday. Despite the adage “wind from the east, ...
With the coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions in regional Victoria progressing to the Third Step from 11:59 pm tonight, I welcome you to the Rhyll-Phillip Island Angling Club’s 2020/2021 fishing competition, which will commence this weekend!
The Third Step of Victoria’s roadmap for reopening allows outdoor non-contact sport, with ...
23 August 2020
On behalf of the Rhyll-Phillip Island Angling Club (RPIAC), I have a few important updates for your information.
Firstly, with sadness, I advise that Brenda Bates passed away on Monday, 17 August. Brenda’s friendly smile, heart-warming conversation and dedication to the angling club will be missed. We ...
I wanted to provide you with
an update from the Rhyll-Phillip Island Angling Club (RPIAC) concerning
COVID-19 coronavirus and the measures we have put in place. Most likely, you are aware of the Stage 3
restrictions that have been imposed, particularly those concerning social
distancing requirements and the ban on recreational ...
The health and safety of our volunteers, members and patrons is a priority for the Rhyll-Phillip Island Angling Club (RPIAC). Considering the global spread, infectious nature and rising number of Victorians who have confirmed cases of coronavirus COVID-19, I believe the RPIAC has a responsibility to act quickly and take steps to ...
The 8th Rhyll-Phillip Island Angling Club (RPIAC)
angling competition, held on the 14th and 15th of March, welcomed
Fishcare Victoria for a “Come ‘n’ try Fishing” clinic held on Saturday morning. Fishcare Victoria is a community based
not-for-profit organisation promoting responsible and sustainable fishing
practices. Facilitator, ...
Anticipation of an idyllic island paradise welcoming anglers
with calm seas, ample sunshine and moderate temperatures set the mood for the 7th
Rhyll-Phillip Island Angling Club (RPIAC) angling competition for the 2019/2020
season. This event, held over the
weekend of the 8th and 9th of February, promised dreams
of boats dotted across the water ...
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 ...