Time to snap up tickets for Boyne Tannum HookUp

THE Boyne Tannum HookUp is set to attract a record crowd at the sign-up today as the annual fish-off celebrates its 19th year.

The sign-up will run from 7am-noon at Bray Park, Boyne Island, with tickets for seniors costing $85 and juniors $40.

Those who get in early will have the chance to win TVs and Go Pros thanks to Harvey Norman, with the winners picked at random.

After lunch, keen fishers can also sign on at Pat's Tackle World and Boyne Bait and Tackle to secure their tickets.

Here's what's on in the Gladstone region this weekend

The online option will be available on Saturday night for a quicker purchase.

Only 3000 adult tickets will be sold, with limited junior tickets available.

Boyne Tannum HookUp president Jeff Amos said the event would be jam packed with activities catering for the kids as well as mums and dads.

"We've got rides, slides, fishing simulators, fishing demonstrations, cooking demonstrations, and from the NRL we have Shane Webcke, Petero Civoniceva and more," he said.

"One of the big things we will be pushing this year is community health."

There is $270,000 to be won in the HookUp, including 10 boats, a Toyota RAV 4 and loads more.

The Boyne Tannum HookUp is one of the biggest family fishing events in Australia and attracts huge crowds.

The Observer is a proud sponsor of the event.



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