2nd to 5th April 2020. See you there!

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2nd to 5th April 2020

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GoFish Nagambie 2020!
It’s more than just a fishing competition,
it’s a fishing festival.

Australia’s largest
prize pool

Fishing and outdoor
lifestyle fest

Everything you love
about fishing, amplified

The Competition

The biggest fishing competition in Australia, ever.
We’re talking three days of fishing the Goulburn. We’ve got all the key bite zones covered.
Your favourite natives species covered. Boats, bank and kayaks covered.
All of this provides some cracking opportunities to land big fish.

The Festival

The GoFish Nagambie 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. 

Nagambie. It’s close to everything and everywhere.

It really is smack bang in the middle of everywhere, right on the shores of the Goulburn River and Nagambie Lakes. 


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GoFish NagambieFriday, September 20th, 2019 at 5:42pm
☀️🐟 CHASING SPRING GOLDEN PERCH 🐟☀️

We've talked about the ideal lures and retrieval speed and techniques to land spring perch and this week, our attention turns to timing and temperature.

PART 3 - WATER TEMP + GOLDEN HOUR

☀️ Last hour of light
...or golden hours is definitely the best bite period of the day. Plan your trips around this time of day. While the water temperature is on the increase, the warmest time of the day is in the evening especially on a clear sunny day!

🌊 Water temperature
Water temp is one of the best indicators as to whether the fish are going to bite or not. If the water is too hot or too cold, you can guarantee the fishing will be slow going.

👉 14 degrees - the fish will be starting to feed and can be caught

👉 16 to 18 degrees - they should become extremely active once the water reaches these temperatures.

Get out there, go your hardest and send us some of your ripper snaps to share!!!
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GoFish NagambieThursday, September 19th, 2019 at 5:30pm
You've gotta live on the edge...
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GoFish NagambieWednesday, September 18th, 2019 at 5:30pm
🧮 GOFISH NAGAMBIE BY NUMBERS 🧮

Total number of fish caught across the competition

🐟👉 1,156

📸 Andrew Foudoulis
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