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25 - 28 March 2021.

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GoFish Nagambie 2021!
It’s more than just a fishing competition,
it's a fishing festival.

Prize Pool
Cash, Boats and Caravan's are all up for grabs in 2021.
Tournament
The $80k cod is one cast away. Fish by boat, kayak or bank.
Festival
Relax at the hub after coming off the water.
Expo
All your favourite tackle stores and brands in one place.

The Tournament

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The biggest fresh water fishing competition in Australia is back in 2021.

The Prizes

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Everybody has the chance to win at GoFish Nagambie. We have prizes for everyone, whether you pull in a monster cod or no fish at all. 

The Festival

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The GoFish Nagmabie Festival is the perfect gathering place for fishos, families and friends to gather, relax and chill-out. A place full of great gear, great yarns, great laughs and great entertainment. 

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GoFish NagambieWednesday, January 13th, 2021 at 7:12am
Righto time to call out your mates

Tag a mate who always has cod thumb below 👇
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GoFish NagambieMonday, January 11th, 2021 at 8:00am
💥BRAG BOARD 💥

This 95cm beauty was caught on the banks of the Nagambie Lakes Leisure Park last week.

Well Done Matt @de_grandi24

Share your catches below 👇
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GoFish NagambieFriday, January 8th, 2021 at 5:45am
GoFish Nagambie Tip – Trolling V Casting Series

They both have their benefits and their downsides, but it doesn’t mean that one is better than the other. Over the next couple of weeks, we will take a closer look.

TROLLING

It consists of casting your lures out behind the boat, kayak or canoe and moving along at a slow pace, the perfect speed to get your lure working properly. Hard body lures are the most common and popular to use when targeting natives as they have the ability to dive easily and are extremely snag resistant.

This technique was among the most popular back 20 years ago and still is for a range of species around the world. It’s a very straight forward technique and can be a lot more relaxing and chilled than standing up and casting all day.

This technique is great for people who cannot stand all day, e.g. elderly, people with back injuries and even kids who have short attention spans, because you can put the rod in the holder and leave it there.

In saying that, it’s not something that I recommend. For those who are keen cod anglers, you want to hold your rod all the time and ensure you are fishing it correctly. You want to continue to feed line out and bring it back in so that your lures is always within a metre of the structure. The more your lure is in the strike zone the more fish you will catch.

GoFish Nagambie 25th -28th March 2021