The club members fish in A grade. A grade veterans (55 and over), A Reserve grade, A Reserve grade veterans (55 and over) and juniors (8 t0 17 years).
The club trips are Bribie Island, Caloundra (Golden Beach) and Maroochydore River to the North, Jumpinpin and Broadwater to the South and Moreton Island to the east.
On average, about 30 competitors fish per trip and enjoy both the competitive and social side of fishing. Most trips will have a B.B.Q during or after the competition.
To join the Redcliffe City Fishing Club you must first fish 3 trips as a visitor to be graded. This doesn't apply to juniors. For adults there is a once off joining fee of $70.00 (if paid before 30th June, or $80 if paid after) and then there is the $40 annual membership fee. For juniors membership fees are $10. These costs include your insurance fees in case of injury or death. All general meetings are on the third Tuesday of every second month at the front bar of the Ambassador Hotel starting at 7:30 pm.
Unlike some clubs there is no trip fee except to Moreton Island. The Moreton trip fees are $50 to cover the cost of the barge but you still get free accommodation and a free BBQ brekkie. Once you become a member you can rent the club houses on Moreton for $20 for you and your immediate family. You can fish in South Queensland, Queensland and Australian titles. You will be able to join in on the clubs social activities which include: the young gun vs. old guard competition in Maroochydore where we have a B.B.Q and a few free beers; The Annual Trophy Dinner where there is $4,600.00 worth of trophies and $1,500.00 worth of trip vouchers; S.Q.A.F.C.A Annual Dinner with double the prize value; Christmas Tree, our Christmas event for members and their families. This is a fun day with kids races, ladies thong throwing competition, jumping castle and of course Santa Clause. The there is our end of year break up trip to Moreton which is three days long. Its loads of fun and i would love to tell you more about it but the club motto is "what happens on the island stays on the island" You see, it's not all about fishing but the adventure and enjoying yourself in the great outdoors.