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November Tournament Winners 2014

Our November online fishing tournament is now wrapped up and the winners will soon be receiving their prizes. We would like to thank all of our sponsors (featured at the bottom of the page) for their continued support and the tournament members who participated. Congratulations to all of the winners, you all produced quality fish to claim victory against a growing field of over 400 members. To view last months winners and this months target species head to the Leaderboard page.


Below is a collage of all the winners and their prize-winning fish. Click on the image to enlarge.


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Also on the money were our Lucky Draw Prize winners:

1st place $150 – Zak Hart
2nd Place $100 – Jason Henrich
3rd Place $50 – Brett Mensforth


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Zak Hart – Winner of $150 cash for his 39cm King George Whiting


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Jason Henrich – Winner of $100 cash for his 83cm Barramundi


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Brett Mensforth – Winner of $50 cash for his 43cm Whiting


LUCKY DRAW PRIZE – Remember, you don’t have to catch big fish to be a winner!

Each month we have three Lucky Draw cash prizes up for grabs. $150 for first place, $100 for second and $50 for third. Each fish submitted gives you one entry in the draw. The more fish you enter the better chance you have at winning so make sure you enter all of the fish you catch.

So get out there, Get Fishing and enter as many fish as you can! If you are not yet a member and want to compete in this month’s tournament click here to join. You can join anytime during the month.


The December tournament is now underway and already we are seeing some nice fish being submitted, particularly freshwater species such as Murray Cod and Golden Perch.


Please make sure your fish are alive in BOTH photos!

This month there were multiple instances of people submitting fish that were dead or had their necks cut. We know these were honest mistakes, however, the Tournament Rules state that the fish must be alive in both photos, therefore we were unable to accept those entries.


The Get Fishing Australia-wide Online Fishing Tournaments would not be possible without the support of our sponsors. We would like to take this opportunity to once again thank our sponsors for their ongoing support and commitment to this fast-growing, new-age fishing competition.


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