If you love fishing & like a chat: contact our Fishing Club to get hooked!!
Currumbin RSL Fishing Club was formed in 1980 when a group of local fisherman decided to hold a fishing competition in Currumbin Creek. The experience was so enjoyable that after consultation with the RSL, the decision was made to support the locals and form the Fishing Club.
Our location on the bank of Currumbin Creek is perfect for the club and weigh-ins and species identification were on in front of the Club using the old-school method of a scale hanging off a tree. Membership grew and club members erected the shed which still stands on the creek bank.
Currumbin RSL found space for the Fishing Club to build a clubhouse behind the Maintenance shed across the road from the club.
In 2011 the Fishing Club held the QAFCA State Titles for Beach and Rock Fishing with a successful turn up that made the QAFCA very happy.
The Club’s Estuary Competition is diverse consists of Mens A. Mens B, Ladies, Veterans and Junior Divisions with a Blue Water Competition for boaties. Competitions are held every two weeks (approx.) and include competitions against Seagulls Fishing Club and an annual trip to Woody Head.
The club conduct the iconic Two Up competition held each ANZAC Day to the delight of locals and visitors to the club.
To join the club contact either President: Leanne Gordon on 0408769926 or Secretary: Rebecca McAdam on 0407393279.
For more information, check out the Currumbin RSL Fishing Club’s website.