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BAIT SPECIAL APRIL

OUR BAIT SPECIAL FOR APRIL 2014

10KG BLUE PILCHARDS ONLY $45.00

1KG WHITEBAIT $18.00

WE CARRY A FULL RANGE OF BAIT
PRAWNS, WA PILLIES, WHITEBAIT, HARDY HEADS, BONITO, GAR, MULLET GUT, CHICKEN GUT, MULLET FILLETS, WHOLE MULLET, SLIMEY MACKEREL, ANCHOVIES, SQUID, YELLOWTAIL.
LIVE BEACH WORMS.

TIME TO STOCK UP FOR THE EASTER BREAK.

NSW FISHING LICENCES

YES WE SELL FISHING LICENCES. WE SELL BOTH FULL LICENCES AND HALF PRICE TWEED ONLY LICENCES.
FULL RANGE OF BAIT AND TACKLE. LIVE WORMS MOST DAYS. OPEN 7 DAYS.

KIDS FISHING CONTEST - 11TH AUGUST 2013

We are running a kids fishing contest on the 11th August, 2013 in conjunction with the Octopus's gargen festival. All children 15years and under are eligible. All they have to do in come into shop on day and sign in.
First Prize is a Rod/Reel and 100 piece tackle box
Second Prize $20 gift voucher.

Entry is FREE
The contest is for the Heaviest Bream Only.
Weigh in is at 3pm at shop.
No Fishing licence is required for children and if you are helping them and not fishing yourself you do not need a licence either.
Hope to see you on the day.

Help stop the introduction of Paid Parking at Tweed Boat Ramps

There iS a facebook page dedicated to comments and info regarding the Tweed Shire Councils decision to conduct a survey about the feasibility of introducing paid parking at some of its most popular boat ramps.

Stop Paid Parking at Tweed Boat Ramps

I suggest you come and like the page and leave your opinion. Whether a local or tourist we value your comments.

Don't worry it is not in yet and you can use the Tweed Ramps for free if you are coming to the area.

Just don't forget to buy a fishing licence (half price for the Tweed river)

TWEED HEADS FISHING REPORT

PLEASE GO TO FACEBOOK PAGE - DRIFT TACKLE AND TAKEAWAY- "LIKE PAGE"

YOU WILL GET WEEKLY FISHING REPORTS THERE AND MORE CURRENT INFO, WEATHER CONDITIONS AND SPECIALS.

HOPEFULLY YOU WILL USE THIS FORUM TO POST YOUR PHOTOS AND SHARE ANY CURRENT HOT SPOTS.
Remember to hover over like button and then click on Add to News feed so you will get our posts added to feed.
Thanks - look forward to hearing from you.

EASTER FISHING

EASTER FISHING: First make sure if you are visiting that you have a current NSW fishing licience as inspectors WILL be out there. We do sell them here and will give you all your options including half price Tweed only licience, please remember that we do not make much out of these licience so we are doing our customers a service and will have to charge a fee for using our Eftpos facilities if you are not purchasing anything else in shop.

NEW FACEBOOK PAGE

CHECK OUT OUR NEW FACEBOOK PAGE - DRIFT TACKLE AND TAKEAWAY
"LIKE "
THE PAGE AND YOU WILL GET CURRENT INFO ON TWEED FISHING

JUNE FISHING

At the moment we are seeing chopper tailor and trevally in the river. Good flathead and now the larger sea bream.
We have got limited supplies of whitebait. Also slimey mackerel and gar for those bigger tailor.
Luderick are starting to be caught near the Boyds bay bridge. Unfortunately no weed in at this stage but we are on the lookout for some. 'We can point you the the right direction for you to collect some yourself but we can't get the Yamba weed at the moment.
Tailor and dart in the gutters at Bïlinga (Graham St)

GREENBACK TAILOR COMPETITION

hOPE YOU HAVE ALL YOUR TAILOR GEAR IN ORDER!!!!!!
PRIZES TO THE VALUE OF $30,000
1ST PRIZE - LARGEST TAILOR $1500 cash plus $500 in goods.
Many prizes for other species.
Major Entry Prize Draw - Tinne/Motor and Trailor
Entry and Contact details as follows
Phone 0400042192 Peter O'Donnell
Come and see us on your way down to sign on and just maybe we can point you to the right spot to catch the big tailor.

NSW Labor Government announced fishing bans.

On Friday 28th January the NSW Labor Government announced fishing bans at some of the state’s most popular fishing spots. Jervis Bay, South West Rocks, and the Solitary Islands at Coffs Harbour were all targeted in the latest round of fishing bans. Anglers thankfully aren’t taking it lying down. Local fishos from the far north coast are justifiably furious about closures to the snapper, pearl pearch and teraglin fishery, and proposed extensions to the Byron Bay MP. They organised their second protest meeting at Tweed Heads on Saturday 5th February.

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