Woodland Jetty Fishing Hotspots

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Fishing Competition At Woodland Jetty

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This Fishing Competition At Woodland Jetty organize by ADMIRALTY CITIZENS’ CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEES will be held at Woodland Waterfront Jetty on Saturday 11th February 2012.

Fishing Competition At Woodland Jetty Fishing Hotspots was created to share with those who are interested in fishing on tips and type of fishes caught around Woodland Jetty Fishing Hotspots. Registeration

  • All participants are required to register and pay a fee of S$5, inclusive of a BBQ dinner, Goodies Bag and 20 Lucky Draw prizes at 2.30pm.

Fishing Competition At Woodland Jetty Fishing Hotspots was created to share with those who are interested in fishing on tips and type of fishes caught around Woodland Jetty Fishing Hotspots. Fishing Competition Rules

  • Duration of the competition will be 2 hours from 3.30pm to 6.00pm.

  • Each participant is only entitled to use 1 fishing rod and the rod will be labelled for identification.

  • No live baits is to be used throughtout this competition.

  • In case of bad weather, the competition may be cancelled.

Fishing Competition At Woodland Jetty Fishing Hotspots was created to share with those who are interested in fishing on tips and type of fishes caught around Woodland Jetty Fishing Hotspots. Prizes

  • There will be 2 categories of prizes to be won, the first being the biggest/heaviest fish caught S$100 voucher and the second being the most number of fishes caught S$50.

  • Any objections must raised at the time of judging, and will be brought to the attention of the committee.

  • Judges decision is final upon the presentation of prizes.

Fishing Competition At Woodland Jetty Fishing Hotspots was created to share with those who are interested in fishing on tips and type of fishes caught around Woodland Jetty Fishing Hotspots. Disqualification

  • Anyone found to have breached any of the above mentioned rules will be disqualified immediately.

  • Anyone found to be cheating will also be disqualified immediately.


Fishing Competition At Woodland Jetty Fishing Hotspots was created to share with those who are interested in fishing on tips and type of fishes caught around Woodland Jetty Fishing Hotspots. Event Schedule for Fishing Competition

  • 1530 Hr - Start of Fishing Competition.

  • 1730 Hr - Distribution of goodies Bags.

  • 1800 Hr - End of Fishing Competition, Dinner & Giving out 11 - 20 Lucky Draw prizes.

  • 2000 Hr - Releasing of Wishing Lantern & Photo-taking.

  • 2030 Hr - Results & Giving out 1 - 10 Lucky Draw prizes.

  • 2105 Hr - Home Sweet Home.


Woodland Fishing Competition winner for biggest/heaviest fish caught Fishing Competition At Woodland Jetty Fishing Hotspots was created to share with those who are interested in fishing on tips and type of fishes caught around Woodland Jetty Fishing Hotspots. Woodland Fishing Competition winner for biggest & heaviest fish caught Farhan receiving prize voucher from MP Mr Vikram Nair

Woodland Fishing Competition winner for most number of fishes caught. Fishing Competition At Woodland Jetty Fishing Hotspots was created to share with those who are interested in fishing on tips and type of fishes caught around Woodland Jetty Fishing Hotspots. Woodland Fishing Competition winner for most number of fishes caught Ben receiving prize voucher from MP Mr Vikram Nair

Both are Woodland Fishing Competition winner for most number of fishes caught. Fishing Competition At Woodland Jetty Fishing Hotspots was created to share with those who are interested in fishing on tips and type of fishes caught around Woodland Jetty Fishing Hotspots. Both Ben & Kenneth Tang are Woodland Fishing Competition winner for most number of fishes caught

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3 Comments:

  • To organize this fishing competition at Woodlands Jetty is definitely a positive approach towards recognizing local anglers and the ever growing healthy weekend sport activity here in Singapore, particularly Woodlands Town. However, to have such rullling, banning anglers from using live baits in fishing is clearly an unfair and a questionable issue. Being a passionate angler myself, i found that there are no reason at all why the authirities should imposed such rulling in Woodlands Jetty. Anykind of baits, live or dead, will ever do any damage to our local water, there are millions of sealife died naturally every seconds, and the sea actually benefitted from this eco cycle. Therefore, i will turn up and participate in the competition for the love of this sport, and i will also taking the opportunity to bring along a letter of petition against the unfair rulling by the authority for banning live baits in Woodlands Jetty. I hope everyonen who have passion in fishing, to give me your support by signing the petition letter on that day...cheers.

    By Blogger Abdul Rashid, At February 8, 2012 at 5:35 AM  

  • I agree with you that organizing a fishing competition at Woodlands Waterfront is a good step taken to get more anglers to frequent it. However, I believe the authorities have their reasons for having the "no live bait" sign at the jetty. I wonder too why of all jetties in Singapore, only Woodlands Jetty is being banned from using "live baits". I applaud your initiative to garner support for the cause. I hope the authorities will give or issue out a proper explanation for the "no live bait" issue. I will be there to watch the competition. I just hope someone will catch a big fish and not assam/tambans for 3hours. Good luck for the competition!

    Farhan

    By Blogger asdasdasdasdad, At February 8, 2012 at 6:52 PM  

  • Thanks for your supporting notes n i hope to see u at Woodlands Jetty during the competition Farhan. Im not there xpexting to a big catch, without live bait i guess its near impossible for any angler to catch anything, however, as i said, im there just for the love of the sport, n i do think that if more ppl to show up n join the event, our voice is strong enough to be heard, so, why not grab ur gears n participate?, the more the merrier, this is thus n opportunity for us anglers to show to the authorities that angling has yet bcoming a popular pastime and had reached its benchmark, n perhaps more linient rulling could be bend in the future...cheers

    By Blogger Abdul Rashid, At February 8, 2012 at 8:51 PM  

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