Noble Park Anglers Club

46-56 Moodemere St, Noble Park VIC 3174

(03) 9546 9978

Upcoming competition events


Estuary – 3 Rivers

7 adults caught 7 fish 3.95 kg


Upcoming Competition Events


Freshwater – Anywhere Saturday 13th of May 2024

3 Fish caught


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Exempt fishing competitions in animal care and protection legislation (parliament.vic.gov.au)

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Freshwater Anywhere


Bemm River Weekend 9th/10th/11th March 2024

75 Fish caught for the weekend totalling 39.55 kgs.

10 adults and 3 visitors fished. A 76 cms flat head was caught and released.

Come to the next general meeting to find out who are the winners.


Port Albert Estuary Competition 13th-14th of January 2024

Port Albert Fishing Competition January 13th-14th,2024

The weather was perfect, although it was a bit windy on Saturday morning, however the wind subsided around lunch time.  Sunset on Saturday afternoon was spectacular.

Some big fish were caught on Thursday and Friday outside the competition, the biggest one being caught by Don Elso, with a 74 cm flathead.

A total of 47 fish (23.5 kgs) were caught for both days.


As usual, the company was great and the fish and chips for dinner was nice – thanks to the club for sponsoring the dinner.

The general meeting will be held on Monday 5th of February, where the results will be announced.  We hope to see you there!


Get onboard & trawl through our site!

Come fishing with us or simply enjoy the conviviality, make friends, get away once a month on a fishing trip, book your family’s next weekend away at our Loch Sport Holiday House. These are some of the activities you can enjoy as a member of our club. To become a member, you first become a member of Noble Park Football Social Club, our parent club. Anglers membership is just $10 per annum for adults and children are free.


Noble Park Anglers Club is an affiliated club of NOBLE PARK FOOTBALL SOCIAL CLUB.


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