Moreton Bay Game Fishing Club

Latest news and results.

Fishing Report October 2017

Spring has sprung with fishing starting to heat up. However the northerlies have certainly made it difficult to get out there. The inshore reefs are producing snapper, amberjack, pearl perch and cobia from Mooloolaba to the Gold Coast. If you are willing...

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Fishing Report July 2017

The fishing around SE Queensland has switched over to the winter species with some great catches of snapper and pearl perch being caught on the outer reefs between the Gold Coast to Cape Moreton and north to Noosa. Use your sounder to find the bait and fish will be...

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Fishing Report March 2017

Winning team from Chaos. GARMIN “Back 2 Tangas 9” Results The MBGFC hosted the Garmin "Back 2 Tangas 9" tournament at the club facilities on Moreton Island on 3-5 March. With stellar weather of 10 knots a fleet of 33 boats, 92 senior male, seven female and eight...

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Fishing Report December 2016

All in all 2016 has been a good year for the Moreton Bay Game Fish Club with a lot of fishing activities by our Club Members.  Our annual tournament held in March was a great success with 31 boats entered and 215 anglers and crew taking part.  Our thanks to the...

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Fishing Report September 2016

Many thanks to all those who attended our Annual General Meeting held on 7 September. Also thanks to those who volunteered to take on this year’s committee positions. The new Committee for the 2016-2017 year is:- President:- Nick Currey Immediate Past President Paul...

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Fishing Report July 2016

The club has been very busy planning and running our signature event, the “Back 2 Tanga 8” tournament.  Each year this tournament just keeps on improving and this year was no exception with 31 boats and over 120 anglers and crew.  Due to a reasonable weather forecast...

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Fishing Report April 2016

Our "Back 2 Tanga 8" Annual Game fishing tournament, held 4 & 5 March, is now done and dusted.  What a fabulous couple of days it turned out to be.  The weather was great and the fishing was exceptional. A total of 31 boats entered the tournament along with 115...

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Fishing Report January 2016

Since the last edition of the Club Scene Magazine there have been a number of events worthy of mention including; the Annual General Meeting, Annual Presentation and Awards incorporating the Christmas party, working bees at Tangalooma and the latest on Club Boats and...

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Fishing Report September 2015

With the Christmas/New year holiday period only an arm’s length away, it is probably prudent to remind members that if they wish to stay at the Club land on Moreton Island they should send in their bookings to the Secretary as soon as possible.  The Club Committee is...

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Moreton Bay Game Fishing Club

Latest news and results.

Fishing Report October 2017

Spring has sprung with fishing starting to heat up. However the northerlies have certainly made it difficult to get out there. The inshore reefs are producing snapper, amberjack, pearl perch and cobia from Mooloolaba to the Gold Coast. If you are willing...

read more

Fishing Report July 2017

The fishing around SE Queensland has switched over to the winter species with some great catches of snapper and pearl perch being caught on the outer reefs between the Gold Coast to Cape Moreton and north to Noosa. Use your sounder to find the bait and fish will be...

read more

Fishing Report March 2017

Winning team from Chaos. GARMIN “Back 2 Tangas 9” Results The MBGFC hosted the Garmin "Back 2 Tangas 9" tournament at the club facilities on Moreton Island on 3-5 March. With stellar weather of 10 knots a fleet of 33 boats, 92 senior male, seven female and eight...

read more

Fishing Report December 2016

All in all 2016 has been a good year for the Moreton Bay Game Fish Club with a lot of fishing activities by our Club Members.  Our annual tournament held in March was a great success with 31 boats entered and 215 anglers and crew taking part.  Our thanks to the...

read more