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Last fishing trip entry form in tomorrow's paper!

Don't miss out on this great prize!
Don't miss out on this great prize! ANDY_BOWLIN

IF YOU haven't got your name in to win our incredible $2500 fishing trip, then a) where have you been the past few weeks?! And b) hurry! You've got until Friday.

Tomorrow is your last chance to get an entry form inside the paper and tokens will run every day in print until Friday.

You'll need two tokens to attach to your entry form before you post it to the address on the form by the end of this Friday.

One person is guaranteed to win in our region, so get your name in as many times as you like!

The prize includes an Odyssey Charter fishing adventure for two on the beautiful Sunshine Coast with tackle, accommodation and travel costs included. Plus we'll throw in a $1000 fishing voucher.

If that's not enough to float your boat, we're also giving away a $5000 BCF voucher to one lucky winner across the ARM footprint. Only one entry per person. 

All entries close February 17 and winners of the ultimate fishing trip and the BCF voucher will be announced February 25.

Head HERE for more information. 

Topics:  bcf fishing outdoor-living outdoors



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