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Wednesday 5th March 2008
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By  BigJig Geoff


Minutes after the release of this statement, the MPFC Store has sold out of red spots.

Originally purchased as part of the infamous 1958 MPFC publicity campaign, these six truckloads of stickers

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Wednesday 5th March 2008
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By Ronny Reuters OBE (MP)

The annual Mirth Hour 2008 will again be held during the Manning Point Fishing Classic.  It will be held at 8pm on Saturday March 29th and will go for 45 minutes.

During the Mirth Hour all competitors, supporters and in fact all interested parties are encouraged to laugh like crazy and do all sorts of funny things.  The greater

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Saturday 23rd February 2008
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By  Fishing Phil

Looks like the India Power League Fishing (IPLF) competition has reported rumours of Fishin’ Phil’s accepting a $1.4 million Baht which is planning to rival the MPFC . The impact of this announcement has astounded the fishing fraternity and  Late information has revealed that ... more

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Sunday 17th February 2008
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By  BigJig Geoff

In a bitter twist to this years so far uneventful runup to the 2008 classic, rumours are spreading that the hated 'No Blog, No Grog' policy may once again be invoked.

A joint statement leaked by Fische und Getränk extremen and Giraffe brewery, suppliers (By appointment to His Majesty Sir Marcus of Copperi) of this

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Friday 8th February 2008
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By  BigJig Geoff

The Japanese Flathead Fleet is being sent to monitor catches at the upcoming Fishing Classic.

International concern is growing that the prestigious fishing event is no longer an excuse for a weekends drinking and fishing and is actually being performed for real scientific research.

A spokesperson for the JFF warned that international

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Thursday 7th February 2008
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By  Stillwater Steve

Everything seems to be coming up roses for the 2008 Manning Point Fishing Classic.

Earlier today it was announced that the 90's Pop band "Go West" are to be the offical headline act at the 2008 Opening Ceremony.

It is believed that the deal was sealed when Go West unveiled a remake of their 1990 hit "King of Wishful

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Tuesday 5th February 2008
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By  Stillwater Steve

News Just In

The Board of Control of Fishing in India (BCFI) has today released a statement condeming the coordinators and competitors of the 2008 Manning Point Fishing Classic.

Without producing any direct reason for their attack on the internationally acclaimed event it is believed to be linked to a fish caught by ... more

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Tuesday 5th February 2008
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By Ronny Reuters OBE (MP)

The German chapter of Poissons et boisson extrêmes, named Fische und Getränk extremen has been awarded the lucrative beer supply contract for the 2008 Manning Point Fishing Classic.  In a bid combining the local brewing skills of Mrs BigJig, their copetitive bid was placed above all

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Thursday 31st January 2008
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By  Barnacle Barry

In keeping with it's mission to stay in touch with the latest developments in high society the MPFC committee has engaged the services of the legendary Corey Worthington to arrange the world renowned season kick-off party.

Thousands of party goers are expected to attend the exclusive shindig - unfortunately for them they will have to be

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Thursday 31st January 2008
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By Ronny Reuters OBE (MP)

In a startling revelation it has been uncovered that the Application Committee of the Manning Point Fishing Classic is Ageist. Yes, the committee has totally dismissed the application by Zoolander Zac based upon his young age.

It is not the first time that the committee has taken the action to ban certain applicants, but we can reveal that

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