We ask our members to follow the Club's Code of ethics, which gives a guide to doing the right thing when fishing, traveling, camping, etc. There's nothing hard for you to do there, just things we are sure you would like everyone else to do too.
Learn where, when and how to catch fish from the shore, under all conditions.
Learn what gear, rods, reels, lines, rigs and baits or lures to use for different fish species and conditions.
Learn how to cast good distances and accurately.
Enjoy the company of friendly, knowledgeable and experienced fishers and casters.
Lots of "how to" hints and tips from Club members.
Competing in State fishing and dry casting events.
Receive the monthly Club magazine Reel Talk
The Club owns an air conditioned holiday house at Kalbarri available for rent by club members at low rates.
When you join the club, you will be helped by one or more of the experienced club members, who will introduce you to members at a General meeting; at a Dry casting day, where training is available as covered in the Dry casting pages, and arrange for a time to talk to you about any aspect of fishing you would like some help with, in particular to set you up to go on a fishing field day.
Come to some Club events as a visitor, to one of our monthly general meetings, dry casting mornings or fishing trips. Read more
Annual membership fees cover from 1 July to 30 June. Fees for new memberships don't need to be paid until you have been advised your application has been approved.
Fees for all except Associate Membership are payable pro-rata for any membership started after July.
|Single adult membership.||$10||$100|
|Concession membership, for member 60 years or over. Conditions apply, contact the Club for details.||$10||$70|
|Family membership, includes partner and dependent children. Conditions apply, contact the Club for details.||$10||$120|
|Concession family membership, for member 60 years or over. Conditions apply, contact the Club for details.||$10||$80|
|Independent Junior membership, see Policy||$10||$65|
|Associate membership. Conditions apply, contact the Club for details.||$10||$30|
The Club has a Policy on unaccompanied juniors attending Club events for the protection of both the children and our Club members.
Come to a Club event to meet us, fill out and send us an Application for membership form (new membership) and the $10 nomination fee. The form needs to be signed by you and two financial Club members. Contact us for more information.
Once you have nominated for membership, you are entitled to all the benefits of memberships, including to receive points for competing in the Club's competitions and a copy of the Club magazine Reel Talk emailed or posted to you, but not to vote.
Your name and address will be published in next edition of the Club magazine Reel Talk, which is sent to all members, and will then be considered by the Committee. You will be advised in writing of the progress of your application.
Payment may be made by cash at a Club event, by cheque or money order in person or posted to the Club's postal address, or by direct credit to the Club's bank account as provided to you in correspondence. Contact the Club for more details.
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Membership fees for renewals of existing memberships become due on 1 July and must be paid by 31 July, as advised in the Club magazine. Please complete a renewal of membership form 2015/16 (for existing Club members only)
Club members are allowed to compete in State fishing and dry casting championships run by the Australian Anglers Association WA Division. The club allocates AAA numbers to Club members as listed in AAAWA Competition numbers