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Trailerboats transforming game fishing

HAVING AN IMPACT: The evolution of trailerboat technology and capability has put game fishing within the financial reach of many anglers.This year’s Interclub will see an increase in entries with upwards of 140 boats tipped to hit the water.
Nanjing Night Net

WATER WARRIORS: Modern trailerboats are more than capable of heading out wide in and can match it with the big game fishing boats.

It’s atrend being noted across all game fishing tournaments this year and is being attributed to the new generation of trailer boats making the sport more accessible.

In days gone by, the relative costs of running a big marlin boat out to the Shelf meant you’re only option was to get on board as a team member of the millionaires’ club.

BIG RIGS: A number of the US designed Viking gamefishing boats from Port Hacking Game Fishing Club are heading up for this year’s Interclub.

But new technology has been slowing breaking down the financial barriers.

“These big trailer boats run on the smell of an oily rag compared to the cruisers and are well and truly capable of mixing it with the big boats,” NSWGFA president Gary Chenoworth said.

“It can easily cost you $1000 in fuel alone just to get out to the Shelf and back.

“The new trailer boats have a similar range and are financially within reach of a lot more guys who seem to be opting into the market for themselves.”

This year’s Interclub will have a great range of boats on display showcasing the new and classic styles.

“We had a big convergence last weekend for the Billfish Shootout and a lot of them will have hung around for Interclub,” Mr Chenoworth said.

“Port Hacking are bringing up five or six 50ft Vikings. Top Notch, a striking Cabo Express Entourage, will be part of a three-team attack coming up from Shell Harbour.”

There will be no sail past this year.Instead, 140 boats will line up at the heads between 7am and 7.15am on Friday for a spectacular shotgun start.

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