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butcher
28-03-2007, 08:09 PM
Looking to join a fishing club in the Logan Central to Springwood area. Any recommendations would be most welcome.

Thanks.

Butcher

DR
29-03-2007, 08:30 AM
Looking to join a fishing club in the Logan Central to Springwood area. Any recommendations would be most welcome.

Thanks.

Butcher

this is a good friendly club. http://www.sbsfc.org/

Noelm
29-03-2007, 08:57 AM
One of the biggest problem with clubs (i think) is trying to get one that is just a friends type of thing, I have been members of a few over the years and most will have a "hard core" of people who will fish every contest on a win at all cost mentality, then there is the few volunteers who actualy give their time to run the club and make it survive, as a side to this there will be the group who never do anything but whinge about the people who are running it but will not stand for president or anything that may require some free time work, a good club (if you can find one) will have a family type of setup, with events for really little "tackers" to the hard nosed comp fisho! and will be run by a bunch of people who think of the members (especially new ones) it can be hard to be the "new kid at school" so I hope I have not turned you off or upset anyone who belongs to a club, so just look at your style of fishing and look for a club that suits it is no use joining a full on Game Fishing club if you are a beach fishermna only, get the idea?

bullant_2401
29-03-2007, 11:12 AM
g,day butcher you,re not a mate of porridge are you? from murwillumbah.

SgBFish
29-03-2007, 03:30 PM
NoelM.
That is the same with any volunteer club, the names are just different. Nothing encourages people to work more than money.
Scott

jackson4300
29-03-2007, 03:52 PM
How you going
www.rhfc.com (http://www.rhfc.com)
Have a look, our main meeting area is redbank plains tavern and have members all the way to the coast. As Neolm has pointed out about the mentality of some people/clubs, we arent a trophy winning club, if you are after trophies look elsewhere. But we have a good club, A whole heap of people who get together for a good time, we have club boats, club gear such as tents bbq's, camping gear etc. Each month atleast once we have a designated club trip which everyone is invited and other trips may also be organised by members.

So yea, have a look around the site, also, easter weekend we are having a sasuage sizzle and raffles (almost giveaway, last raffle was 2 rods, 1 rod $120 the other $150, and were only $1 a ticket!!!).
Sasuage sizzles are being held out the front of BCF at Brownsplains.
If your interested or anyone else for that matter check out the site and there are some contact numbers on there. :)

dogsbody
29-03-2007, 04:14 PM
How you going
www.rhfc.com (http://www.rhfc.com)
Have a look, our main meeting area is redbank plains tavern and have members all the way to the coast. As Neolm has pointed out about the mentality of some people/clubs, we arent a trophy winning club, if you are after trophies look elsewhere. But we have a good club, A whole heap of people who get together for a good time, we have club boats, club gear such as tents bbq's, camping gear etc. Each month atleast once we have a designated club trip which everyone is invited and other trips may also be organised by members.

So yea, have a look around the site, also, easter weekend we are having a sasuage sizzle and raffles (almost giveaway, last raffle was 2 rods, 1 rod $120 the other $150, and were only $1 a ticket!!!).
Sasuage sizzles are being held out the front of BCF at Brownsplains.
If your interested or anyone else for that matter check out the site and there are some contact numbers on there. :)

what gives with your fishing club site it comes up as Small domain names. com?

Dave.

butcher
29-03-2007, 04:37 PM
Thanks fellas for your input and help.
Noelm, just out to have a fish and relax with a few fellow fishers. No decent club will work without unpaid volunteers, so those that do nothing but whinge will never be happy. Their problem if their life is that sad.
Will have to follow up on the Redbank Plains club. Sounds like a good crew to be around. Might have to venture down to Browns Plains on the weekend to have a chat to a few of those volunteers. Hope those sausages are good. Butchers are so picky about their tucker.
Thanks again fellas.

Butcher

Dogsbody : put "au" at the end.

Bullant: Don't know porridge from Murwillumbah

jackson4300
30-03-2007, 04:00 PM
oops my bad,
butcher got it,
www.RHFC.com.au (http://www.RHFC.com.au)
yes forgot .au