$300 has Col fishing moreG

ONE CRABBIN': Colin Summers aims to do a lot more fishing and crabbing after winning the Fishing Bonanza $300 prize.

Picture by AMY GLASS. ag24/805/10WHEN Colin Summers heard he won the $300 Fishing Bonanza prize, he was a little disappointed ? he wanted the $10,000 grand prize.

But it wasn't all bad news for Mr Summers and he said he looked forward to picking up some crab traps and a new rod and reel from Blue Fin Sports.

"We don't get out fishing much,'' he said.

"I wanted to win the tinnie.''

Of course, The Morning Bulletin's fishing bonanza grand prize is still up for grabs and there are two more $300 gift certificates to give away.

The grand prize, sponsored by Bluefin Sports, includes an aluminium dinghy with a Yamaha 15hp outboard motor, a Lowrance X52 Sounder, an Icy Tek Esky and $500 worth of fishing gear.

The winner will also hook a boat licence course, insurance, registration and an afternoon's instruction by The Bully's resident fishing guru, Scott Lynch.

To win, readers need to collect the entry forms from The Weekend Bulletin on Saturdays. Then each Monday to Friday collect the token from The Morning Bulletin and attach to the space provided.

The last entry form will be published on Saturday. The last token will be on September 2.

Entries for the major draw close on September 9. The winner will be drawn on September 12.

Send entries to: Fishing Package, PO Box 397, Rockhampton, 4700, or drop them into The Morning Bulletin office at 162 Quay Street.



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