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    Fishing - Chill Out at Colmslie for Brisbane City Council

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    Event description

    Chill Out

    10-17 year olds

    Kids 10-17yrs will have a ball at a 2 Bent Rods Fish Wise™ activity.

    Learning all the basics of fishing including bait gathering, how to tie fishing knots, bait hooks and cast a fishing rod.

    Finding out about the different rules for different species, how to identify your catch etc.

    Participants will be given plenty of tips to make their next fishing trip more successful.

    All fishing equipment and bait are supplied. 

    Bookings are essential.

    2 Bent Rods staff have Blue Cards for working with children and have an abundance of patience.

    We recommend you bring a hat, water bottle, sunscreen and wear clothes that can get wet.

    This activity has been funded by Brisbane City Council as part of their Active and Healthy Program. Chill Out is for 10-17yr olds.

    2 Bent Rods is a multi award winning family business established in 2004
    Event organisers for the Qld Kids Fishing Classic
    Visit out website to check out all our programs

    Other important information:

    • Tickets required for all attendees. Places are limited.

    • If you can no longer attend, please cancel your booking via Humanitix to free up your place to those who are on the waiting list. Alternatively, contact 2 Bent Rods at

    • Humanitix fees are non-refundable.

    • If the class is cancelled/postponed due to bad weather, we will notify you beforehand via text and email. This will be either the night before or morning of the class, as weather is very hard to predict further out from the date.

    • Suitable for ages 4 years and over, parent/guardian supervision required.

    • Minimum numbers apply for classes to go ahead. Classes may be cancelled or postponed if requirements are not met. We will contact you if this occurs.

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