Tackle up for the Home Valley Station Pentecost Pro 2019
With the Pentecost River teeming with Barramundi, anglers of all ages and abilities will be lured by a prize pool worth more than $20,000 and will compete over two action-packed days. Two new prize categories for this year are Longest Cumulative Barramundi (Female), with the prize of a Broome Pearl Pendant valued at $1100, and Longest Cumulative Barramundi (Male), with a $1000 cash prize.
Other categories include the Major Prize – Longest Barramundi – Champion Angler; Longest Mulloway; Longest Catfish; Longest Barramundi – Junior Angler; Strangest Catch, and the Brown Pentecost Water Pro Prize. Last year’s winning catch was awarded to Narissa Winton for her impressive 113cm Barramundi.
Voyages CEO Grant Hunt says: “Local anglers are spoilt for choice with some of the best fishing Australia has to offer right in their own backyard. The tournament offers a great opportunity for locals to enjoy spectacular scenery and Barramundi fishing before we close for the season on 14 October.”
Roll out a swag at the Station’s campground or take advantage of a special Locals Offer of $160* per room per night including breakfast, access to walking trails and entertainment at Dusty Bar & Grill.
Entry for the Pentecost Pro is now open, with early bird registration available until 21 September, priced at $145 per adult and $85 for juniors (15 years and under). After this date the standard registration fee of $155 per adult and $95 for juniors applies.
For more information or to register, contact Home Valley Station on (08) 9161 4322 or email email@example.com
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