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Local Anglers To Celebrate "Gone Fishing Day" This Sunday

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Recreational Fishers around the region are being urged to drop a line in the water this Sunday for National Gone Fishing Day. 

The day is designed to be a celebration of Australia’s favourite past time with recreational fishers heading out on Sunday asked to register online via the Gone Fishing Day website. 

The event will also be celebrated locally with Port Lincoln’s Tackle World store putting up a $500 voucher for the winner of their Gone Fishing Day photo competition. 

Anglers wishing to enter the competition need to register in store to be eligible to win the voucher. 

For a photo to be entered in the competition it must contain a specific tag which will be handed out to those who register. 

More details can be found online via the Tackle World Port Lincoln Facebook page.

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