Classic Catch Competition
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Every week Hook, Line and Sinker hosts Nick and Andrew will choose one Classic Catch entry to WIN a 47 litre EvaKool icebox and at the end of the season one lucky entry will win $5,000 thanks to the tough Mitsubishi Triton GLX-R.

To enter, simply click the link below and follow the prompts to submit your snaps.

Happy Fishing!

More about the prizes

Grand prize - $5,000 cash thanks to Mitsubishi Triton GLX-R

At the end of the competition one randomly chosen Classic Catch entry will be lucky enough to receive $5,000 thanks to the tough and dependable Mitsubishi Triton.

The Hook, Line and Sinker team use the tough new Mitsubishi Triton GLX-R to help them get the tough jobs done when they're on and off the road. And it's easy to see why. Triton GLX-R has four driving modes including full-time 4WD for when the going gets really tough.

The Mitsubishi Triton  GLX-R features include:

  • Super Select 4WD
  • Advanced safety systems
  • Active Stability & Traction Control
  • 3 tonne towing
  • Sports Mode Auto
  • Bluetooth® Phone Connectivity

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Weekly prize - EvaKool icebox

Nick and Andrew's weekly winner is awarded the best icebox money can buy - a 47 litre EvaKool icebox. EvaKool iceboxes are proudly Australian made for Australian conditions.

This portable insulated box with glass smooth inner and outer skins will hold anything (food, drink, medicines and even your fresh catch) 'on ice' for periods of between 5 and 15 days without the use of any external power source.

Just place your product in the EvaKool icebox and top up with ice. It is regarded as the best and most efficient unit of its class in the world.

Check out the entire EvaKool range at www.evakool.com


Entries
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    42kg barrel
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    10kg, 105cm
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    Dinner sorted
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    Cape Leveque G.T.
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    Queenie.... or a Monster!?

Latest Entries

Darrell Murray

Photo caption: 42kg barrel

Location of catch: Whyalla SA

Fish variety: Kingfish

Tackle used: XTA Diablo sniper 8000

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Lena Maag

Photo caption: 10kg, 105cm

Location of catch: River Heads Qld

Fish variety: Thread Fin Salmon

Tackle used: 10kg braid , circle hook.

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Leeroy Stephenson

Photo caption: Dinner sorted

Location of catch: Esperance, WA

Fish variety: Salmon

Tackle used: 20 lb line, 2x size 3 hooks, herring bait

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Liza Edwards

Photo caption: Cape Leveque G.T.

Location of catch: Cape Leveque W.A.

Fish variety: Giant Trevally

Tackle used: Light spinning outfit

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Brax Mossman

Photo caption: Queenie.... or a Monster!?

Location of catch: Gladstone Queensland

Fish variety: Queenfish

Tackle used: 3.0 circle hook with live mullet

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Blair Sewell

Photo caption: Mother of all Dhuie's

Location of catch: Jurien Bay

Fish variety: Dhufish

Tackle used: light 15lb outffit

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Jade Kynezos

Photo caption: 40kgs on the dot!

Location of catch: Thousand fathoms

Fish variety: Yellowfin Tuna

Tackle used: 7m deep diver, 15 kg line

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Cassie Berry

Photo caption: Double hook up

Location of catch: Kepples

Fish variety: COD

Tackle used: Bait

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Stewart Ayling

Photo caption: 20171007_173725

Location of catch: Cabbage tree point

Fish variety: Snapper

Tackle used: Gang hook and a pilchard

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Renee Brigden

Photo caption: Almost went overboard

Location of catch: Port Douglas

Fish variety: Nannygai

Tackle used: Squid

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Stewart Howard

Photo caption: 6’6 spearfish

Location of catch: Outer side Wilkes Passage

Fish variety: Spearfish

Tackle used: 15kg line.

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Ben Driessen

Photo caption: Barra!

Location of catch: Port alma qld

Fish variety: Barramundi

Tackle used: 2500 diawa spin reel with 4kg samaki rod

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Eyrnn Walsh

Photo caption: Long live the queenie
Location of catch: Exmouth
Fish variety: Queenfish
Tackle used: Clauser (fly)

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