The Club Forster Bluewater Fishing Club held its monthly fishing competition on the weekend of January 18 and 19.
Six boats fished over the weekend and 139 fish were caught in total, netting a combined weight of 95.88kg.
Club publicity officer, Franklin Harshman, said conditions on the water were good but the fish had other ideas.
"The fish were somewhat elusive and you had to move to different areas to find them," he said.
Anthony Cresswell came out on top for the day with 312.6 points, hooking a monster 6.67kg snapper along the way.
Matthew Judd caught the largest flathead at 1.43kg, while Martyn Barry pulled in a 1.7kg teraglin.
Goran Kockar also caught a 2kg pearl perch and Kathryn Kelly nabbed a 0.88kg morwong.
Fourteen members fished in total.
Mr Harshman extended his thanks to those members who cleaned the fishing tables before and after weigh-in.
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Club Forster Bluewater Fishing Club conducts fishing competitions on the weekend of the third Sunday of each month offshore of Forster from midnight Friday to midday Sunday.
Weigh-in is adjacent to the Forster Harbour boat ramp from 11.15am to midday Sunday.
A luncheon and monthly prize presentation is held afterwards at Club Forster at 2.30pm.
Should anyone wish to join please contact president Wayne Hall on 0413 591 978 or email@example.com
Cost of joining the club is only $10 with a $5 yearly renewal fee and a monthly fishing cost of $5 when you fish.
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