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  1. #16

    Re: Borumba Dam Charity Fishing Competition - 22nd-23rd February

    Booked an on site van and registered looks like being a great event and for a good cause.
    Cheers
    Ray

  2. #17

    Re: Borumba Dam Charity Fishing Competition - 22nd-23rd February

    I have just updated the list of sponsors.
    We are going to have an incredible list of prizes on offer from some extremely generous businesses.
    Don't forget our registration website is now online at www.borumbabash.org

  3. #18

    Re: Borumba Dam Charity Fishing Competition - 22nd-23rd February

    Going up on the friday now and coming back on tuesday will be organising a few hundred live shrimp to take up to kick me off but will also run some shrimp traps looking forward to nailing plenty of bass and yellas

  4. #19

    Re: Borumba Dam Charity Fishing Competition - 22nd-23rd February

    Quote Originally Posted by Allycan View Post
    Going up on the friday now and coming back on tuesday will be organising a few hundred live shrimp to take up to kick me off but will also run some shrimp traps looking forward to nailing plenty of bass and yellas
    Be great to see you there mate!

    Don't forget guys the early bird finishes on the 14th of Feb, get in now! :-)

  5. #20

    Re: Borumba Dam Charity Fishing Competition - 22nd-23rd February

    All registered and paid

  6. #21

    Re: Borumba Dam Charity Fishing Competition - 22nd-23rd February

    How amazing are our sponsors.
    We now have over $10,000 in prizes to give away.


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  7. #22

    Re: Borumba Dam Charity Fishing Competition - 22nd-23rd February

    Don't know if you are aware that Borumba has been closed to all water based activities due to Blue Green Algae blooms. Seqwater are monitoring the situation...

    Hopefully the dam will be re-opened long before your comp. Good luck with it all!

    Cheers

    Pete

  8. #23

    Re: Borumba Dam Charity Fishing Competition - 22nd-23rd February

    Hi Peter4.
    Yes mate we are keeping a close eye on things up there but hopefully by 3 weeks time it will be open again.

    I just added the latest sponsors to the list.
    We have some incredible businesses on board now with some amazing prizes.
    Thank you to all of our sponsors.
    Lance

  9. #24

    Re: Borumba Dam Charity Fishing Competition - 22nd-23rd February

    Lance has done some updates on the site over the weekend.

    If you weren't aware, the Borumba Bash also has an online raffle with first place valued at over $500. Lance has now updated the site so you can purchase these raffel tickets without having to go through the process of creating an account on the site.

    The tickets are $5 each and will be drawn on the Sunday. You can only purchase online or at the venue on the day. Online is only via paypal and the form is on the front page.

    Visit http://www.borumbabash.org/ for a full list of prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd.

    Remember early bird specials end soon!

  10. #25

    Re: Borumba Dam Charity Fishing Competition - 22nd-23rd February

    Don't forget guys that the ReelTackle Borumba Bash is on this weekend.
    Sadly the lake is still closed but we are going ahead with the event as it is primarily are charity fund raising event and social gathering.


    As a precautionary measure, we are removing the fishing boundaries so all contestants can now fish anywhere including the other lakes in the region as well as the famous Mary River.
    There has been a steady release of water from Borumba Dam for quite a while now and the local creeks are flowing at a superb level for fishing with crystal clear waters.
    2 guys staying in the Borumba Deer Park landed 24 beautiful Bass several mornings ago from Yabba Creek.They have also been catching a lot of nice Yellowbelly.
    The Mary River has been fishing exceptionally well, especially downstream of where Yabba Creek runs into it due to the water flowing from Borumba Dam.
    Please remember that Mary River Cod are a totally protected species and they cannot be targeted what so ever.
    There is a lot of cod being caught in the area at present so if you do manage to hook one, please treat them with the utmost of care by not removing them from the water, especially just to get a photograph.
    They are not an eligible species in the competition.


    This is going to a massive social event and even with the lake currently closed, we hope you can all still make it up for the weekend.
    Don't forget we have our huge roast dinner on Saturday night for $10 a head.
    This will be an awesome meal with hot roast meats and fresh salads closely followed by a series of live auctions that we will be conducting to raise some much needed funds for the charity event.
    Bring plenty of cash as we have some incredible prizes up for grabs and lots of them.
    There is no EFTPOS machines there but we may be able to process credit cards (Visa and Mastercards only) onsite if we have decent phone service.We will know more on this once we get up there.


    If you have any questions, you can call me personally on 0423235291 or email us at borumbabash@hotmail.com and we will do our best to help you out.


    Remember we have an online raffle going which will be drawn at Sunday's presentation.
    This raffle is open to anyone across Australia and we will send your prizes to you if you are a lucky winner.
    Tickets can be purchased from the main page of the event website at www.borumbabash.org.


    There is also an option for anyone who would like to just make a donation to the charity event.
    Thanks everyone for the amazing support we have received for this event and hopefully we will see many of you up there over the weekend.

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