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    MBBC Reel Girls Fishing Competition 22nd April 2023

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    MBBC REEL GIRLS FISHING COMPETITION

    Bringing Hawaii to you
    Put on your best Hula grass skirt, whack a flower in your hair and fling a Lei around your neck.

    Entry $40 per angler - Skippers and Master Baiters Free
    Every ticket purchased could win the massive Major Prize thanks to our main sponsor of this event South Auckland Marine of a Mystery Weekend Away for two!!

    Tickets also include:
    All fish filleted and bagged
    Your fish Battered and cooked to perfection with crisp chips Aioli & Sauce
    WHOOPING 10% off all Ice & Bait at Gas Maraetai on the morning of the competition
    Dress up Gift packs for the first 20 entries

    Open to all MBBC Members and their guests - Tickets are limited so get in quick to secure a spot

    Briefing and pink wristband collection collection Friday 21st April at 7pm in the Maraetai Beach Boating Clubs downstairs Bar

    Competition Saturday 22nd April starts 7am

    You must all click going on the MBBC Facebook event page to receive up to date news and individual details on awesome prizes to win.

    This is not a Kid's Event - No one under the age of 16 years old can buy a ticket.

    Fishing Limited to:

    Hauraki Gulf, Waiheke Island - chart 5324

    This is a sustainable length competition - limited area makes it fair for all and a challeng for some, remembering its all about having fun with Friends.

    Prize Categories

    FISH PRIZES

    1st,2nd,3rd Snapper

    1st,2nd,3rd Kahawai

    1st,2nd,3rd Kingfish

    Average length Snapper

    NON FISH PRIZES

    Best Dressed Crew

    Funniest Photo 1st & 2nd

    Skipper of the day

    Master Baiter of the day

    LOADS OF SPOT PRIZES

    ALL Thanks to a locally owned business, a major NZ Freight Transportation Company.

    Competition Contact:

    Kim Gordon - 0212047312

    kim.gordon@hotmail.com


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