Recipe thanks to Chef Jai Gibbons Ingredients 1 red rock cod, filleted and diced 2 rashers of bacon diced 1-2 tablespoons of fermented chilli bean paste 1 knob of ginger finely grated 1 tin water chestnuts, quartered 1 bunch shallots cut into 1 inch batons...
The Clayton’s Spearfishing Cup
What is Clayton’s? A non-alcoholic drink that is “the drink you have when you’re not having a drink” became part of Oz vernacular. Hence with Corona and social distancing running spearfishing meetings and organised dives is not opportune so the USFA would like to run an event that is not quite the event we have been wishing to organise for some time.
The idea of the Clayton’s is to spear one of each of the 10 species on the list (you’re given the species list and minimum sizes when you sign on, make sure you pack your cray gloves, wink wink); measure each specie you catch on a brag mate or similar measuring tool; take a photo showing the length of each specie; submit the photos with the USFA code you are given on the day clearly in the photo with each of your catch; if your any of your catch is the longest of that specie you win a spearfishing gift voucher; the spearo with longest overall length wins too and is the Clayton’s winner on that weekend.
If the Clayton’s receives good vibes, we will introduce a regular fixture of events, mixing up the species and size limits as per season. Who knows the name may change to be less tacky too…?
This is a fun, easy challenging day to take part in of, – go diving, spear the fish listed, measure them yourself, send in the pics of each fish and you are a chance to get a prize. there are some guidelines that need to be adhered to, so we have a smooth-running event to occur.