PRIME SPOT: Andrew Ettinghausen will return to the Capricorn Coast to film a new episode dedicated to the region’s great fishing and boating lifestyle.
PRIME SPOT: Andrew Ettinghausen will return to the Capricorn Coast to film a new episode dedicated to the region’s great fishing and boating lifestyle. Contributed

FISHING TAILS: TV show host ET returns to his top spot

HE might be from the wrong side of the border and played for the wrong State of Origin team, but Andrew Ettinghausen is a great fisherman, interesting character, and part of the community at Keppel Bay Marina.

With his vessel Escapade based in Rosslyn Bay Marina, this is one of ET's favourite fishing destinations, and he is back on the Capricorn Coast to film a new episode dedicated to the region's great fishing and boating lifestyle.

Keppel Bay Marina and The Waterline Restaurant have secured the opportunity for locals to meet and greet with ET.

Andrew will speak about his professional rugby league career, how he has built one of the most popular Fishing Lifestyle programs Escape with ET, and his role as Discovery Channels' Australian Ambassador.

All guests who register online for free in advance go in the draw to win a great Escape with ET prize pack, including a Shimano T- Curve Deep Jig Spinning 300 rod matched up with a Shimano Long Cast XT-A Bairrunner. With a 500 yard 80lb spool of Power Pro Braid and assorted Lures valued at over $600 plus a Coleman Camping prize pack.

To register go to escapewithet.eventbrite.com.au. Live entertainment by Ben Beasley.

MORE INFO

WHEN: Sunday, November 22, from 1pm to 5pm

WHERE: The Waterline Restaurant at Keppel Bay Marina - Rosslyn Bay

For reservations at The Waterline call 4933 6244.



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