Important Announcement — Date & Venue Change!

Please note: We have had a change of dates & venue for the Basin Lure & Fly club nights.

The Basin Lure & Fly club nights will now be held on the Third (3rd) Wednesday of each month at the St Georges Basin Country Club ( – in the conference room up the stairs.

Welcome to the St. Georges Basin Country Club web site. The Club is packed with great entertainment, fine food and above all else, courteous and friendly staff.


Please see below for the new dates for 2016 (until October)

– Wednesday 18th May 2016 ***Catching Big Flathead and Jew fish with David Johnstone from Jervis Bay Flatty Flickers***
– Wednesday 15th June 2016
– Wednesday 20th July 2016
– Wednesday 17th August 2016
– Wednesday 21st September 2016
– Friday 21st October 2016
Once we have confirmed the dates from then on we will advise.

The club point score weekend will remain the same (it will now be the weekend before the club nights) and we will be putting out an online poll for the Rouge species to all members; the results will be notified to all via email, Facebook and Webpage forum on the Friday that week.

Questions please email:



Basin Lure and Fly Club was formed in December 2003. It is a not-for-profit organisation with any money raised being returned to the Shoalhaven area in the form of fish stocking and other general improvements to the waterways and recreational areas.

The Basin is a fabulous fishing estuary. Many fish species such as Bream, Flathead, Snapper, Tailor, Whiting, Estuary perch, Flounder, Trevally, Luderick, Salmon, Mulloway, Tarwhine and Mullet have been caught by members of Basin Lure and Fly.

The club’s main aim is to share with it’s members combined knowledge and the techniques involved in catching fish of all species using lures and fly. The club promotes catch and release to ensure that we help manage waterways so that future generations can enjoy this great sport.

The club information night is held on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 7.30pm at St Georges Basin Country Club, Sanctuary Point.

Information nights are used to share and give tips on successful techniques and inform members of ‘catching hotspots’. It is also a chance for members to arrange non-boating and boating partners for the monthly competition so experience and knowledge can be shared.

A Club point score competition is held on the weekend following the club information night. This can be fished in waters such as Shoalhaven River, Jervis Bay and estuaries south to Ulladulla, with a free BBQ following to dissect the weekends fishing and share stories.

The Basin Lure and Fly club also runs a Southern Bream Series (SBS) that is held from Sydney Harbour in the north to Mallacoota in the south. The SBS has a strong following with its welcoming and social atmosphere as well as offering anglers a chance to get involved in the tournament scene, with the chance of winning cash and prizes.

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