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Offline Taylyn it

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Pirtek Fishing Challenge 2018
« on: Sun 11 Feb 21:08 2018 »
2018 is the 10th year the Pirtek Fishing Challenge has supported leading
medical research organisations; the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia
and The Peter Duncan Neurosciences Research Unit at St Vincentís Hospital.
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    Re: Pirtek Fishing Challenge 2018
    « Reply #1 on: Sun 11 Feb 22:07 2018 »
    Already registered.  Ive got more chance of winning lotto then one of the fish species but its a great cause to support and as they say gotta be in it to win it.  kinda enjoy collecting the hats as well.
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    Re: Pirtek Fishing Challenge 2018
    « Reply #2 on: Mon 12 Feb 21:17 2018 »
    You and me both, it is for a good cause and it is one of the ones I support
    every year regardless whether I fish it or not.

    Jason
  • My Awards Mac Tuna Over 80cm Freshwater Cod Over 60cm Yellowbelly Over 50cm Whiting Over 40cm Cobia Over 100cm Spotty Mackerel Over 80cm Redclaw over 35cm Grass Emperor Over 45cm
  • Fishing is meant to be enjoyable, let's keep it that way.
    Jason