Stefan Borg returns with a bang! KSFA anglers this morning the 5th of November spent the morning trying to catch one of their favorite fish in mullet match 3. Unfortunately the mullets did not seem to be so hungry! But still it was an enjoyable morning, with Stefan Borg stealing the show and...
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Frequently asked questions on our association:
Who can become a member?
Everyone can join our club. Competitions and leagues are held around Malta in various location so practically one must have his own transport to attend in every venue.
What should I learn from the club?
Joining KSFA will not guarantee you become a top fisherman. We just focus on shore fishing and basically one will only be learning and improving on the sports aspect of fishing. One must keep in mind that fishing is very complex and by joining KSFA you are not learning the natural fishing art.
How much will it cost?
It will only cost around 15 euros to pay your yearly membership fee, around 20 euros to compete in the singles, doubles league and mullet league.
But as all other sports you need to have good tackle, good bait on the day which will end up as a good expense to compete in all matches.
How long has KSFA been going on?
Kingfisher Sport Fishing Association has been been there since the early 90's. Founded by Steve Johnston the club has grown and matured and today we can say we are the leaders in Sport Fishing organisation when we come to sport fishing on the island. Our anglers have always placed in top positions and also participated in various international tournaments abroad with successive results.
What is the club's main aim?
Our aim is to use our sports as a conservation to our future. In all matches the rule of Catch and Release is always practiced and our members are always taught how to care for the future of fish and marine conservation. Lately we also partnered with the University of Malta and in most matches our catches are being monitored and studied by students who attend the fishing leagues and gauge our catch.
When should one become member?
One can become member whenever he wants, but it is advisable that one should join prior to a league starts.
Here are some different fishing techniques practiced in our matches:
Newcomer Ray Farrugia bags 1st Place in Mullet Match 2. The venue had to be shifted from the original rocky part adjacent to Freeport due to lack of space for the 17 mullet anglers, to ST Georges Bay also in B`Bugia. The bites were few and far between, and it took great patience and skill to lure...
Joseph Ellul Il Gower and Andre Borg maintain slim lead to win KSFA 2017 tournament. Andre and Il Gower are this years tournament winners after they managed to keep hold of the slimmest of leads winning this years fishing festival by a mere 180g over their nearest rivals Charlo Borg and...
KSFA mullet match 1 got off with a bang, literally as the match had to be postponed some 30 mins due to severe thunderstorms, around the Marscala area. Where this match was transferred after the original venue Marsaxlokk proved unfishable. The match started at 0725 under a constant drizzle, which...
Aaron Xureb shines in last match Wins KSFA Johnston Singles League 2017 This stormy morning of Friday Sept 08, welcomed the last KSFA Johnston Singles league match, it was a stark contrast from the other matches which were fished in heatwaves, as thunderstorms could be...
On the 8th September the finalists of this year's KSFA Johnston Singles League shall be competing the final match at the Manoel Island Yatch Yard. This venue has only been fished once and therefore again expectations will be high of having good catches. Goodluck to All. Meeting Time:...
On the 6th August, the top 10 competitors from this years KSFA Johnston Singles League 2017 met quite early at 05:00 next to the Valletta Breakwater to compete the first of two matches for the finals. As one has imagined since this venue was never fished before and there is a...