Keen anglers are being encouraged to take part in the Tackle World Bundaberg Lake Monduran Family Fishing Classic this month, with plenty of prizes up for grabs.
The event will take place on Saturday 22 October and Sunday 23 October with $1000 on the line for the biggest barra and biggest bass caught.
Secretary of Monduran Anglers and Stocking Association Amy Warmington said the event was taking registrations right up until its launch.
“We are looking forward to seeing as many people as possible head up to the lake for the weekend,” Amy said.
“You can still register for the event in person at Tackle World Bundaberg and in person on the weekend of the competition at Lake Monduran.”
Amy said the event would have something for everyone, with prizes on offer for those fishing and those who don’t.
“You don’t have to fish to win any of the prizes so you can actually register, get your ticket, come up and be in the chance to win any of the lucky draw prizes and raffles,” Amy said.
“We also have major prizes at the end of the weekend and one of them includes a boat and motor package, thanks to Adrian’s Marine Centre.”
Amy said the event was a great outing for the entire family, with a number of activities available for children.
“It is a family-friendly event and there will be activities for the kids,” Amy said.
“We have got coloured barramundi that will be placed around the dam and kids will receive tickets for how many they find and go in a lucky draw. “
“There is also a kids casting competition and plenty kids lucky draw prizes as well.”
Amy said there would be a range of food and beverage options at the lake throughout the weekend.
“We will have food and coffee vans at the lake during the weekend,” she said.
“One of the sports fishing clubs that are coming up will also do ordering for breakfast, so you can pre order the breakfast and they’ll cater for those who have ordered.”
You can find out more about the upcoming event here.
Registration costs are:
- Adults – $30
- Children (Under 16) – $5
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