Club Events

Monthly Club Meetings

The Club holds monthly club meetings, often with guest speakers, covering diverse fishing topics and tips.

Meetings are held on every 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7pm at:

Port City Bowling Club, 4 Owen St. Port Macquarie.

Visitors most welcome. Check with Reception as to which room we are meeting in. Please note that it is essential that all Club members and visitors who are not members of the bowling club are required to sign in at reception prior to going into the meeting room.

Monthly meeting
Guest speakers Paul Wilson, Scott Nichols, Adam Gosling and Anissa Lawrence with 2014 President Don Dixon

Fly Tying Nights

The Club holds regular fly tying nights, with instruction and the sharing of techniques and skills, every third Tuesday of the month. Equipment and materials are supplied by the club at a nominal cost. Visitors are most welcome.

Fly Tie Nights are held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at the Port Macquarie Senior Citizens Centre, Munster Street, Port Macquarie.

Fishing Outings

The Club holds monthly fishing outings including weekend trips to well known fishing venues and day trips to local rivers and estuaries.

The Club has access to a number of fishing sites in the region, many of which are on private property.

Note: For organisational purposes, members must book in prior to the outing.

Fishing outing to Hat Head

Outing Info

A barbecue lunch is held at each Sunday Club outing at approximately 12 o’clock at the cost of $6 per person.

Bottles of water are provided FREE to members and their guest(s). Cans of soft drink are also available for $1 each.

The Club also provides FREE sunscreen and insect repellent and encourages members to wear protective eye-wear and a hat/cap.


For organisational purposes, members must book in prior to the outing.

Outing locations may change due to weather conditions or other factors. Check our Facebook page or contact the Outings Coordinator for further info.

Other Activities

Casting Days are held to enable skills to be improved under the guidance of experienced casters.

Club Patron Brian Henderson showing members how to form a "D" loop on water