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      Watsons Bay Game Fishing Club on the Wharf by Doyles on the Beach Restaurant

      contributed by Bluedog, taken on 15 May 2015
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      Sydney Game Fishing Club was formed in 1952 and right from the early days attracted some very high profile members from varying industry sectors including the legendary TV personalities Bob and Dolly Dwyer.

      Our clubhouse is situated on the end of wharf at the picturesque Watsons Bay on Sydney Harbour and has facilities for around 120 people. Our clubhouse also includes our own weigh station which allows temporary mooring of several boats.
      Sydney Game Fishing Club Limited is a public company “limited by guarantee”. The members own the club, but the club/company is not permitted to make any distributions to its members. Essentially all profits are reinvested so that the assets of the club have been built up by the efforts of all the members over the years. Membership is generally around 400, with some 80 or so boats of varying sizes between 17’ and 76’ being registered with the club.

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