Family Fishing Competition 2019

NEW LENGTH-BASED COMPETITION!

When, where, how and who


SATURDAY 9 MARCH 2019 (Ad coming soon ... )

 

REGISTRATION 

Part 1 - Register your Vessel and participants on Registration Form and send to erin@obc.co.nz  

Part 2 - Register your details on this website www.fishingcomp.co.nz.  Then login again and request to join the Leaderboard 'FFC2019'.  Ask your team mates to do the same.  (Children or 'others' without an email address can have their photos uploaded under the Skippers login on the day of the event)  It's easy and we'll show you how in due course.

SAFETY - Read PDF here

FREQUENTLY ASKED Q'S - Read PDF here

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITY - The FFC2019 is a fundraiser for the ARHT (Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust).  Contact erin@obc.co.nz 

 

 

THANK YOU TO OUR 2019 SPONSORS

A special thank you to the following Sponsors for their support.  We appreciate all assistance in making this a wonderful event for all members and their families. 

Without sponsorship from these companies this huge event would not happen.  We ask all OBC members to support these great companies/individuals, many of whom are fellow Club members. 

We always refer Sponsors first where applicable.


ARHT - Providing professional, efficient, emergency air ambulance, search and rescue services
Banana Boat® - For all your suncare needs, we've got you covered™
Barfoot and Thompson (St Heliers) - Mike Symonds
BTG - Delivering complete IT solutions
First Rate Mortgages - Expert NZ mortgage brokers.
Marine Workz - Sell and service Mercury Engines, Outboards, Racing Engines and Repowers for New Zealand boaters
Odorex - Eliminate fishy smells from hands, clothing, boat interiors, fishing gear, tackle boxes and more with Odorex®!
Schick® - Go beyond a close shave, Free your Skin and break away from life's little stresses
Seaboss Boats - Manufacture and sell high quality 5 to 7 metre fishing and leisure boats
White Island (Whakaari Management Ltd)Boat and Heli tours to White Island, departing from Whakatane, Rotorua and Tauranga. 

 

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