The countdown to GoFish Nagambie’s Pre-Sale is just around the corner, in fact, it’s just 6 days away until you can lock down those highly sought-after entries! There is some key information to get through before the pre-sale kicks off.
Read on to stay up-to-date with all the latest tournament news.
Pre-sale and Entries
You will be emailed your presale code on Tuesday the 27th November that will give you exclusive access to purchase your GoFish Nagambie entry from 9am on Wednesday 28th November. If you have any concerns, don't hesitate to drop us a line to ensure you don't miss out on your ‘golden ticket’ to compete for the big bucks.
Here's a checklist of all the details you will need to have for the registration process:
If you're an angler (boat passenger, kayak or land-based fisho) in addition to you personal details, you'll be asked for your;
- Fishing Licence, not required for anglers under 18 or over 70 years of age. This can be presented at the Tournament.
If you're a boat captain (person registering the boat) in addition to angler details, you'll be required to provide the following details;
- Boat Name
- Boat Registration
- Boat Licence
- Boat Type (size)
- Insurance Provider, number and expiry date, if you have one. Please note, this is not a requirement to compete, just highly advised.
Rules and Regs
Nobody likes a rule breaker. We take our rules and regs pretty seriously, so read up, and make sure you’re acquainted with them. They’ve recently been updated. Take a look at them here;
Here are the details on the all-important fishing hours and presentation times
Fishing hours are as follows;
Friday and Saturday – Sunrise until Sunset
Sunday – Sunrise until midday
Will kick off from 1:30pm Sunday at the Festival Hub
The festival kicks off from Midday on Thursday 25th April. For competing anglers, this is your orientation, boat launching and a chance to soak up the atmosphere at the festival hub.
GoFish Nagambie provides anglers with exclusive bank fishing access to otherwise inaccessible river frontage.
In addition to the 5km of public bank fishing areas within the tournament zone at Majors Creek, Lake Nagambie, Goulburn Weir and Picnic Point, we’ve also secured an additional 13.5km of exclusive GoFish Nagambie bank fishing access on private land.
Only GoFish Nagambie competitors will get a chance to fish these extraordinary bank locations across the three days, with the access we’ve secured, that $80k Murray Cod could well be caught from the bank!
GoFish Nagambie provides anglers with exclusive access to boat ramps that are otherwise inaccessible outside of the tournament.
We have formally identified 13 public and private boat ramps within the tournament zone including the brand spanking new Majors Creek and Loddings Lane ramps.
The GoFish Nagambie App
GoFish Nagambie will use the latest in app technology to judge the tournament.
The technology we use allows you to snap a photo of the fish, and then using the App adjust the measuring points on the screen. It will then automatically measure the fish for you and submit it to the competition's leader board.
The App also encourages safe handling practices by endeavouring to speed up the release process.
An account will be created for each angler listed in your entry, using the details provided in the registration process. Once registration is complete, each angler entered will receive an email prompt to reset their App password and instructions on downloading and using the app.
Handcrafted Lure and Fly Village
The Handcrafted Lure & Fly Village is a zone created exclusively for handcrafted lure makers and fly tyers to display and sell their amazing pieces of equipment and art.
The village will feature craftsman from across Australia selling and presenting their collections direct to the public. A range of awards will be given out over the event. These categories range from people’s choice to best lure and fly under $50.00.