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Sep 30, 2021

Weekly News Flash | 29th September 2021

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Weekly News Flash | 29th September 2021
Covid Level 2 Update:
The Club and restaurant are open for business but please be aware that we have to comply with Government restrictions around operating at Covid Level 2. We will do our best to accommodate everyone but there is a limit on the number of people allowed in the Club at any one time. We appreciate your understanding.
 

OFFICE HOURS

Monday-Closed
Tuesday- Friday 9:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday-10:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday- Closed

BAR HOURS
Wednesday to Sunday
12:00noon to Close
TIGHTLINES CAFE and RESTAURANT
Hours
Wednesday to Sunday

LUNCH 12:00 oon to 2:00pm Dinner 5:00pm to Close

For bookings phone: 07 578 6203 ext 4

TOURNAMENTS

Remember you can join the Marine Reflections-Top Gun Challenge at any time. Enter on line or at the Club $30 entry fee.

MONSTER TROUT TOURNAMENT
1st – 3rd October 2021
Have you entered for this fun event yet?

Details below

INTERCLUB 2021

It’s time for the TSFC team to reclaim the Log of Wood.

The more entries we have, the better our chances, so skippers, get your team together, get registered and get ready to bring the spoils back to the Club!

Thanks to sponsor DECORO, for helping make this event happen.
NB: It has been agreed between the two Clubs that this tournament will only be run if NZ is at Level1 status.

FUTURE TOURNAMENTS TO PUT IN THE DIARY:

20th – 21st November 2021, Decoro – Snapper/Kingfish Tournament

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13th – 16th January 2022, ALL ABOUT Construction – GAME ON Tournament ( Briefing 6th January)

28th – 29th January 2022, Raymarine – Trailer Boat Tournament ( Briefing 27th January)

11th – 12th February 2022. Stabicraft – Fish n Chix Tournament ( Briefing 10th February)

2nd – 5th March 2022, STONEY CREEK – One Base Tournament (Briefing 1st March)

1st – 3rd April 2022. Bay Marine/Yamaha – Billfish Bonanza ( Briefing 31st March)

CLUB NIGHT TOMORROW
Members draw for 28th September is $700, sponsored by Glass Art.
There are now additional meat packs to be won each week and our Raffle Master, Ken Wilson has introduced, for a bit of fun, a MYSTERY choice option. Come along and see what it’s all about.
We are allowed up to 100 people in the Club, so grab a mate or two and come on down tomorrow for a beer, a bite to eat and a catch up with your mates.
See you tomorrow!

SPOTLIGHT ON OUR 2020/21 WINNER FOR MOST IGFA POINTS FOR THE SEASON;

SAM JENSEN

Who is Sam Jensen?

If you don’t know and you were at our clubs prizegiving awards you would have certainly heard his name being called out to collect his fair share of certificates and trophies. Why? Because he’s a keen fisherman who has been lucky enough to have his love of fishing installed by his Dad and Grandpa who are always “keen to go, which helps a lot to find a crew at short notice” so they spend a lot of time together along with likeminded friends fishing and contributing to the TSFC’s Clubs records. Sam, his family and friends mainly fish on his Grandpa’s launch “Reality” which is a 43ft Oliver and they also fish on a 6.2m trailer boat named “Lawless”. Sam’s favourite place to fish has been either the Astrolabe or Waihau, this has been incredibly exciting for Sam who caught his first Marlin at Astrolabe when he was only 9 years old and because of that stayed one his favourite places. A great accomplishment at any age but for 9 year old Sam, it has set him on the way for his love of fishing and now a young man he now wishes to be more consistent with his game fishing over the next few years. His proudest moment is the last fishing season which seen Sam catch a 229 kilo Swordfish (a great catch considering Sam’s favourite seafood to eat is Swordfish steak done on the BBQ). Sam is well on his way to achieving his goal. I asked Sam – A: What is a fishing moment involving yourself that your friends and family like to share? A: “I had a good trip with one of my friends this season on his first day gamefishing. We managed to catch a Marlin at Astrolabe on a livebait which we were both stoked about. It weighed in at 150.5 kilos and was the first Marlin with me as skipper along with the first Marlin for the Angler” Not only a great day fishing for them but also another example of the great character of our club members that not only celebrate their own successes but the accomplishments of others. Well done Sam on all your achievements thus far and we look forward to celebrating your next ones as you embrace your love of sport fishing. – TSFC.

Volunteers
Are you or any of your family members keen to help out at the Club? Volunteers play a vital part in keeping the Club ticking over.
We are on the look out for volunteer Bar staff who can help at events, functions and tournaments. This is a great way to learn some new skills, interact with fellow Club members and visitors and become part of the team that focus on delivering top class events on behalf of the Club.
Call the office to register your interest 07 578 6203
19-20 TSFC YEAR BOOK
Copies are available in the Club.

www.tsfc.co.nz | 07-578-6203