Upcoming Events 61st Clifton Challenge 2019 Fishing Competition 2019 Newsletters Spring Review 2018 1st Quarter Review 2018 Newsletter Winter 2017 Latest News from our Facebook page Click here to connect to our Facebook page 2 months ago Photos from Oceana Power Boat Club's post Sun 3rd Feb Funrun to melkbos thanks to Harry ,James Denton, Annatjie and the staff at OPBC, along the way we encountered a big ass whale 🙈 LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook 2 months ago Photos from Oceana Power Boat Club's post Fishing competition in Witsands - 9 March 2019 LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook 2 months ago Cheddar Half boat, half plane that hovers 6-20 feet above water. Meet the Airfish 8. LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook 4 months ago Home Another great initiative is fishtory - Fishtory is an innovative platform through which members of the public can submit old angling photos, journals and newspaper records to help scientists track changes to marine fish stocks in South Africa. There are many of us old ballies out there with plenty of fish pics. upload them. http://fishtory.co.za/ Fishtory is a platform for members of the public to submit old angling photos, journals and newspapers to track changes to marine fish stocks in South Africa. LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook 4 months ago fishforlife.co.za Fish for Life - is an initiative which provides recreational anglers, ocean lovers and divers with a portal for submitting and tracking their catches and sightings, as well as uploading valuable historical fishing data. Whether marine or estuarine, angling is a popular pastime enjoyed by more than a million people across South Africa. While the number of recreational fishers has increased substantially over the past century, catch rates have steadily decreased. Despite the popular belief that anglers have a lesser impact than commercial fishing industries, the collective impact of the number of anglers has taken its toll on fish populations. In light of this, the South African Shark Conservancy (SASC) in collaboration with Rhodes University, the South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity (SAIAB), the Oceanographic Research Institute (ORI) and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), set out to determine what it entails to be a responsible angler as part of the FishforLife project. A national set of guidelines, called The Responsible Angler, was then developed which sheds light on responsible angling practices applicable to all disciplines and regions across the South African recreational fishing landscape. http://fishforlife.co.za/static//uploads/images/WWF%20WEB%20VERSION%20proof.pdf ... See more LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook 4 months ago A very big thank you goes out to each and every person who were involved in hosting yet another successful Children's Day at OPBC on Saturday: 1. Tapie Benjamin and his drivers from Eyona Transport and Tours for safely transporting the kids; 2. Phil Ress and Station 3 of the NSRI for the rescue demonstration; 3. Shaun Rubenstein and Jordan Zeely from Atlantic Outlook for the Kayak experience; 4. Nic Knights from Ocean Image, and Paul Lipschitz from Ocean Wonder for the boat trips; 5. Jaco Warrington from Viking Life Saving Equipment for sponsoring the goodie bags; 6. Colin Wolfsohn for sponsoring the Ice Cream; 7. Rochelle Wyld and the ladies from Bidvest Burchmores for donating not only their time, but also the Christmas gifts, personalised t-shirts (and more) to the kids, and the guys for the braai; 8. Arnold Swart for contacting and inviting the Durbanville Children's Home; 9. And last, but not least, to all the OPBC staff for your hard work. ... See more LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook 4 months ago RiverWise – October 2018 | Lower Breede River Conservancy Trust If you are a Breede River enthusiast and fishing person, then you can read their newsletter from the Lower Breede River Conservancy https://breede-river.org/2018/11/riverwise-october-2018/ RiverWise Issue 7 ~ October 2018The monthly newsletter of the Lower Breede River Conservancy Trust.START READINGBoating EtiquetteBe safe … and watch your wakeThe Lower Breede River is a conservation area and managed by the Lower Breede River Conservancy Trust (LBRCT). The rules listed below are no... LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook 4 months ago Photos from Oceana Power Boat Club's post OCEANA SURFSKI recently held their surfski race. Some images attached from that race. OPBC thanks them for their continued support. LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook 4 months ago If you are on holiday in that area... join the Yellowtail comp on the 26 - 30 December LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook 4 months ago LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook There are no objects in this facebook feed.