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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : January 28th 2009
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, January 29, 2009 37 SPORT It's legal size only JACK SCRINE Assistant editor, Modern Fishing Jack Scrine FISHING INSIDE the harbour, the kingfish reports continue to flood in. Hoodlums up to 110cm have been reported around North Head, taken by down-rigging live squid and/or yellowtail to the depths the larger fish patrol. Collect your squid during periods of low light, targeting shallow depths featuring vegetative bottoms. Flicking plastics and poppers at the yellow markers inside the harbour con- tinues to be effective on the small kings, but if you're like many weekend warriors out there, you'll already understand just how crowded these markers can get. It might be worth heading outside the Harbour with live baits to get some breathing room. Consistent complaints about anglers tak- ing undersized kingfish are concerning. Take note: the legal size for yellowtail kingfish is 65cm, not 60cm. The legal length was increased by 5cm in 2007. Upgrade your brag mat if you haven't done so already. As the kingfish season wears on, the harbour kings become smarter and more suspicious. They've seen a lot of lures thrown at them already this season, so if you're strug- gling, consider changing down your line rating and hook size, or experimenting with a few differ- ent lure models, colours and sizes until something clicks. If all else fails, fresh bait is a reliable saviour. The little mahi mahi have started show- ing up in very good numbers around the offshore fish aggregating devices (FAD), with reports of very hot bites on small lures and small live baits. Most of these fish have been reported as undersized, but if a fish for every cast sounds like fun, it could well be worth the trip. Watch this space for confirmation that the big bulls are turning up. Bream, whiting and flathead bites have been capitalised upon in Botany Bay this week, with silver trevally (blurters) and rat kingfish also in the mix. Use fresh worms and nippers as bait for the bream, whiting and flathead, and pilchard strips or cubes for the silver trevally and rat kingfish. Mixed day under hot sun WESTERN Suburbs Cricket Club had mixed results on Saturday in sweltering conditions and again on Sunday against Randwick Petersham. First and fourth grades won, while sixth grade beat Sydney University. In first grade Wests (7-280) beat Randwick Petersham (278). After his stint as Green Shield captain Nathan Brown scored 144 not out in fourth grade 7(dec)-287 to Randwick Petersham 282. First grade are now 11th on the table, third grade fifth, fourth grade are sixth, and sixth grade are in fourth position with four rounds to complete the season before the semi-finals. First grade play Sydney at Drummoyne Oval this weekend and second grade plays at Pratten Park against Sydney. 7201K WK30 ABBOTSFORD JUNIOR FOOTBALL CLUB 2009 SEASON REGISTRATION Under 6 through to Over 35's Sunday February 1st and 8th 1.00pm to 5.00pm Henry Lawson Community Hall -- Abbotsford Public School Email registration available to returning 2008 AJFC players Additional information Web: www.ajfc.net.au/registration/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 2024128i iww wk30 It's almost that time of year again Since 1958 FC Five Dock has been providing local kids with the opportunity to play football in a fun, safe & family oriented environment. Today we cater for all ages & skill levels from 5 to over 35 year olds In 2009 we introduce the FFA small sided game Player registrations will be held at Club Five Dock, 66 Great North Road, Five Dock on the following dates and times: over 35 year olds. In 2009 we introduce the FFA small sided game format to nurture skill & creativity amongst the youngsters. between 11:00am & 3:00pm on • Sunday, 8 February 2009 Sd 14 F b 2009 Beat the • Saturday, 14 February 2009 between 6:30pm & 8:30pm on • Wednesday, 11 February 2009 • Wednesday, 18 February 2009 New players will require to provide an original proof of age. price rise Register by 18th Feb 2009 Contacts Max Oddi - 0412 360 340 Rocco Minutolo - 0412 743 717 Filomena Leone - 0425 310 416 www.fcfivedock.com.au An auxiliary of and proudly sponsored by FOR FURTHER ENQUIRIES Vicki / Registrar / Mobile - 0419 408 739 or E-mail : email@example.com Inter Lions invites players to trial. 2008 season was a great season. 2009 will be even greater. Come & join the leading club in the Inner West & City of Canada Bay area. • Direct Pathway - Mens & Girls / Women's State Leagues Teams • Players will be dressed in ERREA GEAR Available Teams: U5--U18 (Boys/Girls) All Age Men's/Ladies /O35's Registration Days will be held over the following Parks & Times • Wed 28th January, 09 Ron Routley Oval @ 6pm -- 8pm • Sun 1st February, 09 Arthur Walker Resv @ 9am -- 1pm • Sun 8th February, 09 Arthur Walker Resv @ 9am -- 1pm • Wed 4th February, 09 Ron Routley Oval @ 6pm - 8pm • Wed 11th February, 09 Ron Routley Oval @ 6pm - 8pm • Wed 18th February, 09 Ron Routley Oval @ 6pm - 8pm • Wec 25th February, 09 Ron Routley Oval @ 6pm - 8pm INTER LIONS SOCCER CLUB (INC) 2009 PLAYER REGISTRATION 2100060i iww wk31
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