The Broome Fishing Club was established in the early nineteen eighties and has evolved significantly from its initial meetings in the caravan. The club now has a full club house and a myriad of fun activieies for all of its members.
The club has a large community presence and is a strong supporters of sustainable fishing practices and fisheries throughout the Kimberley region.
Visit the club website www.broomefishingclub.com.au
Exmouth Game Fishing Club was formed by keen fishermen in the early 1970’s and currently boasts a membership of over 250.
The Club is pro active in the preservation and conservation of Billfish and the club’s tag and release program is testament to the fact. At the time of writing Exmouth Game Fishing Club can lay claim to 147 record Gamefish captures of State, Australian and World record categories covering 28 species as recognised by Game Fishing Association of Australia.
Visit the club website www.egfc.com.au.
The Geraldton and District Offshore Fishing Club was first established in 1985. The Club started with approximately 25 members. In 1991 through the efforts of the club members and the generosity of the Geraldton City Council, the present club premises were constructed on the city’s foreshore.
We are quite fortunate to have a selection of top quality bottom fish, sport fish along with the “Monsters of the Deep”, Blue, Black and Striped Marlin, Yellowfin Tuna and Sailfish.
We host the Halco Tackle Abrolhos Islands Game Tournament, this 100% tag and release tournament staged at the Abrolhos islands each April is a must for any keen sports fisher.
If you are local to Geraldton come along to the club and enjoy the fun. To all members of the public be it locals or just passing through, check our calendar and drop in for a fish.
The club website address is www.geraldtonfishing.westnet.com.au
King Bay Gamefishing Club started in the late 70’s in the Dampier Archipelago and has been going strong ever since with a strong member base that still has a lot of original members as well as new members joining regularly.
Our club promotes Social interaction between members of the club and their guests with the option of taking advantage of the use of our Club Shack Accommodation out in the Dampier Archipelago available to all financial members and there guests through bookings.
Visit the club website www.kbgfc.com.au.
NGSFC – information coming soon. Please check back later.
NWGFC is one of the oldest game fishing clubs in WA, with a membership base spanning many Australian states, members of NWGFC enjoy the facilities of its home on the once isolated Rosemary Island in the Dampier archipelago. The club’s website has a fascinating narrative on the foundation of Rosemary Island.
Visit their website www.nwgfc.com.au.
Perth Game Fishing Club (PGFC) was formed in 1949 by a group of some 20 individuals who enjoyed a common interest in game fishing and had boats which could venture to Rottnest Island and beyond.
Originally known as the West Australian Game Fishing Association (WAGFA), the club changed its name to PGFC allowing WAGFA to function as the peak state body representing game fishing.
Visit the club website www.pgfc.com.au