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    Living Water Freedivers Big Fish Comp - Feb 22

    February 06, 2014 2 min read

    A message from the Living Water Freedivers. We hope some of you can make it down to this great comp!

    The Living Water Freedivers is again running their annual Big Fish competition. This will be the competition's 15th year of running! The format of the competition is unique, with only one fish per competitor allowed, and the winner being the diver with the biggest fish.

    Thanks to Adreno, one of our longest and valued sponsors of the competition, who are once again sponsoring  this unique comp in beautiful Port Stephens with a 3.5mm Reversible Beuchat Wetsuit and 50 Adreno sign-on packs with Adreno hat, Adreno lanyard and Adreno sticker sheet.


    The boats taking off in a hurry to get to their favourite spots

    Come and enjoy a day spearfishing just chasing big fish!!

    Last year there were Kingfish and Cobia weighed in but there were Marlin and Wahoo sighted as well!

    Could this be the 1st year a Marlin is captured in our comp?

    Tyler Drake with a nice Kingfish that landed him in 2nd place in the 2013 Big Fish comp.

    Details: When: Saturday 22nd February 2014 Where: Port Stephens, Shoal Bay Boat Ramp (east of Nelson Bay CBD) Weigh in: Shoal Bay picnic area (next to boat ramp) Sign on: From 7.30am to 8.45am

    Start Time: 9 am A rolling start will be made from the starters boat.

    Finish: 3 pm - boats must be on the beach, people late will not be eligible to weigh fish

    Duration: 6 hours

    Cost: $45.00 includes late lunch and drink.

    Prize Money: Prizes will be awarded to at least the top 10 divers.

    In previous years the winner has taken home close to $1,000 in cash and prizes for 1 fish!

    Lucky door prizes are also being awarded for any diver who weighs in a fish so a 1kg Black Drummer can get you a prize.

    For more information check www.livingwaterfreedivers.org or contact Leigh McQuillan 0429 156 530.