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South Wagga Apex Fisherama

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When:
Sun 08 Mar 2020
Time:
06:00 - 12:00
Cost:
$15 per family or $5 each
Booking:
Not Required
Notes:
Event facilities may be modified in wet weather
Details:
Fisherama is a Family Fun event. It is the only time throughout the year that anyone is allowed to fish in the Wollundry Lagoon, right in the heart of Wagga.

Fisherama is a Carp catching competition, and there is plenty in the lagoon! Fish are weighed and recorded throughout the event, with various prizes handed out at the end. Prizes may not be for the Biggest fish, they might do a Smallest fish prize, they might do a Weirdest fish prize. You just have to be in it, to win it.

Fisherama is a great opportunity to get out and enjoy the outdoors, drag the kids out from in front of their devices, get out and enjoy some quality family time. This is also a great opportunity for any time-poor parents that have not yet had a chance to teach their kids to fish.

We do encourage the use of Barbless Hooks to help protect any unintentional catches, sometimes turtles like the look of the bait.

We want to give the community an opportunity to come together, and enjoy the beautiful surrounds of central Wagga, enjoy some family time, and help rid the water ways of these pests.
Location:
Wollundry Lagoon
Cnr of Best St and The Esplanade,
Wagga Wagga,
NSW
Contact:
Andrew McPherson on
  0428266938

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