If you plan to wet a line over the next few months, we can think of at least 85,000 reasons to register for the Export NZ Fishing Competition!
Extreme Boats, New Zealand’s most awarded aluminium boat manufacturer, is providing a gem. The 545 Sport Fisher is an easy model to manage, tow and store, without compromising on capability! The uncluttered layout offers plenty of fishing room, with the Sport Fisher model providing additional protection with the bimini top. Once again, Honda Marine will power the prize with a BF100hp outboard that is economical, reliable and offers plenty of grunt.
Supported by Honda’s 7-year warranty, the ultimate prize winner can rest assured that this engine will stand the test of time! Finally, the grand prize sits on the best trailer money can buy. GFAB Trailers are again constructing a marine-grade alloy trailer for the 545 Sport Fisher. Backed by engineering and design experience, the trailer has a low profile for stable towing and an easy launch or retrieve with a 12-year chassis warranty, further testament to its quality!
That’s not all! The 545 Sport Fisher will also be fitted out with the latest Lowrance electronics, SeaDek for added comfort, a couple of new rod and reel combos from Shimano and a Hutchwilco safety pack. Again, the boat will be a head-turner with another custom wrap from the amazing team at Brave Design, rounding out a stunning prize!
It’s simple, every angler who has a catch approved in the Export NZ Fishing Competition between 1st June 2022 and 31st May 2023 is in the draw. What’s better is that the Export NZ Fishing Competition is FREE to enter and has nine eligible species, meaning anyone can get involved (provided they’re over 18 years of age).
The Export NZ Fishing Competition also hosts a bunch of other useful information, rules and prize opportunities, so be sure to check it out while you still have plenty of time!
For more information click here.
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