How do I register for the Bundaberg Toyota Golden Barra Competition?
Who can enter the Bundaberg Toyota Golden Barra Competition?
What prizes are up for grabs?
Golden is Bundaberg Toyota Landcruiser & Bundaberg Marinelane Seajay Boat package ($150,000)
Gold Barra $5000 Shimano fishing gear pack
White Barra $5000 Tackleworld Bundaberg Fishing Gear pack
Silver Barra x 7 prizes
- $5000 Wilson Fishing gear pack
- $5000 Jackall Fishing gear pack
- $5000 Sunstate Hobie Kayaks
- $5000 cash Master Cabinets
- $3000 EJ Todd/Luckycraft fishing gear pack
- $3000 cash Lake Monduran Holiday Park
- $1000 Camex 50L Fridge Takalvans Bundaberg
How many Tagged fish are there this season?
– 3 x silver barramundi.
– 1 x white barramundi.
– 1x golden barramundi.
All Tagged fish caught should be reported to Lake Monduran Holiday Park.
Does it cost to enter the Bundaberg Toyota Golden Barra Competition?
When does the competition period begin?
The Competition will commence from midnight 19 October 2019 and conclude at 11:59pm on 19 February 2020
Where have the winning fish been Tagged and released?
How Do I Catch A Tagged Barramundi?
What do I do if I catch a Bundaberg Toyota Golden Barra Tagged Barramundi?
The Prize Claim Verification process is as follows:
- Entrants must take 3 clear photos of the Tagged barramundi
- One photograph of the Prize Fish on a ‘brag mat’ or alongside a tape measure or a ruler to clearly display the length of the Prize Fish and clearly identifying the Prize Fish tag.
- One photograph, close up, of the Prize Fish tag.
- One photograph of the Participant holding the Prize Fish showing the location in which the Prize Fish was caught.
- The Entrant must not remove the Bundaberg Toyota Golden Barra Tag until all photographs are taken and the photographs have been verified as readable by Lake Monduran Holiday Park. If the Bundaberg Toyota Golden Barra Tag is covered in algae, please remove the algae taking photographs.
- The Entrant must not clean, gut or scale the fish prior to taking the photographs and must leave the Bundaberg Toyota Golden Barra Tag in place when taking the photographs.
- The Entrant visit the Lake Monduran Holiday Park office or call 07 4157 3881 and quote the Bundaberg Toyota Golden Barra Tag number.
- The Entrant must send the photographs of the fish to email@example.com.
- Once the fish has been verified, the Entrant may remove the fish Tag and release the fish back into the Lake. The Entrant must then retain the Tag for final verification.
- The Entrant is responsible for delivery of the Bundaberg Toyota Golden Barra tag for final verification to Lake Monduran Holiday Park office, Monduran Dam Road, Monduran QLD 4671
The full Competition Rule and Prize Claim Verification process are detailed in the Terms and Conditions.
How do I safely remove the Bundaberg Toyota Golden Barra tag from the fish?
- Remove algae, weed or any objects covering the Tag. This can be done by scraping a fingernail along the tag or wiping with a towel.
- Once checked that it is a Bundaberg Toyota Golden Barra tag, it can then be removed from the fish by firmly pulling the Tag. In some cases, a little more effort may be required to remove the Tag.
When do I receive prize money if I catch a winning fish?
What if I catch Bundaberg Toyota Golden Barra tagged barramundi outside the competition dates?
How do I release a fish to ensure it has the best chance of survival?
- Minimise handling time out of the water (leave the fish in the water in the landing net until you are ready for a photo or in a holding tank with water from Lake Monduran).
- When holding a fish support its weight horizontally with both hands (don’t hold a fish vertically by its mouth or gills)
- Don’t lay a fish on a hot surface or allow it to thrash around on a boat’s deck.
- If possible release fish into cover along the bank or in snags to provide protection while they recover.
More tips for catching and releasing fish:
- Minimise capture time; use only tackle that is appropriate for the size and species of fish being targeted.
- Use fish-friendly knotless landing nets to minimise injuries such as skin abrasions, fin damage and protective slime loss.
- When bait fishing, use large non-offset circle hooks (minimum 5/0) to reduce the capture of smaller fish and deeply hooked fish
- When a fish is deeply hooked cut the line close to the mouth and leave the hook in place.
- The use of barbless hooks helps when releasing fish and reduces the damage caused.
How long does a barramundi have to be to be legal?
Are there any areas where I’m not allowed to catch barramundi?
If I find a Tag am I guaranteed to win?
Each Tag will have an individual Tag number on it and a phone number to call. If you catch a Tagged barramundi please record the Tag number, location and date it was caught, the total length of the fish and whether it was kept or released.
Who can I contact if I have more questions?
All entrants must ensure they adhere to legal fishing practises and local signage.