BAIT FOR ANGLERS: This SeaJay 3.5 Nomad HS and Redco trailer from Bundaberg Marineland could be yours as it's up for grabs at the Catch a Catty competition on August 25.
BAIT FOR ANGLERS: This SeaJay 3.5 Nomad HS and Redco trailer from Bundaberg Marineland could be yours as it's up for grabs at the Catch a Catty competition on August 25. Contributed

Reel in tinny prize by casting a line

THE Catch A Catty Family Fishing Competition offers you the chance to hook some big prizes this month.

The only catch is anglers must be present at the draw on Sunday, August 25 in order to win.

The senior prize package includes a SeaJay 3.5 Nomad HS powered by a Yamaha four-stroke 4HP outboard, complete with its own Redco lightweight trailer.

The package comes with river safety gear and boat and trailer registration, all thanks to Bundaberg Marineland.

The SeaJay Nomad HS has a unique v-nose entry that helps slice through swell and chop while the bottom flattens out toward the transom, allowing greater stability at rest.

This model is a great car topper and appealing for the estuaries and rivers.

Powered by a Yamaha four-stroke 4HP outboard, it is lightweight, compact and economical.

The Yamaha F4 has been designed to be ultra-easy to use and transport.

This Yamaha small-engine tinny delivers a user experience that stands head and shoulders above anything else.

For more information about the SeaJay Nomad series, call Bundaberg Marineland on 4130 0500 or call into the store at 95 Targo St, Bundaberg to check out other models.

For the juniors, thanks to Koastal Kayaks team who manufacture kayaks from their Commercial St business in Bundaberg, there a kayak for a girl and a boy to be won.

Fishing from kayaks has become increasingly popular and offers a more environmentally friendly option.


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