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Results 2018 Lake Burrendong Classic

17 April 2018

Senior Cod

  • 1st Michael Fisher 765mm
  • 2nd Chad Williams 760mm
  • 3rd Terry Jackson 683mm

No Junior Cod registered

Senior Yellowbelly

  • 1st Richard Gear 620mm
  • 2nd Adam Glover 609mm
  • 3rd Jared McDonald 609mm (count back applied)

Junior Yellowbelly

  • 1st Jordan Wilson 610mm
  • 2nd Jaida-David Pearson 595mm
  • 3rd Lachlan Marks 555mm

Senior Catfish

  • 1st Warren Johnson 533mm
  • 2nd Tony Waldron 530mm
  • 3rd Jason Marks 525mm

Junior Catfish

  • 1st Rohan Miller 516mm
  • 2nd Jordan Robson 515mm
  • 3rd Lara Bennett 508mm

Senior Silver Perch

  • 1st Jane Beazley 476mm
  • 2nd Not awarded
  • 3rd Not awarded

No Junior Silver Perch registered

Pest Species

  • Biggest bag of Carp- 48. Michael McNaboe
  • Biggest bag of Redfin- 10. Richard Gear
  • Biggest Adult Carp- Michael McNaboe. 750mm
  • Biggest Junior Carp- Cameron Constable. 730mm
  • Biggest Adult Redfin- Richard Gear 390mm
  • Biggest Junior Redfin- Brooke Middleton 380mm

Record crowds for Easter Fishing Classic

17 April 2018

The 9th annual Lake Burrendong Easter Fishing Classic attracted bigger crowds then ever seen in the history of the event, and smashed every single fundraising record set by the not for profit weekend, that generates funds to improve local waterways.

Glorious, glass out conditions set in for the entire weekend, making for ideal family camping weather that saw a small tent city emerge around the waters edge for the three day event.  

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Record crowds for Easter Fishing Classic

Record crowds for Easter Fishing Classic

13 June 2017

A record 1,305 fishers entered the 2017 EASTER Lake Burrendong fishing classic over the weekend, with an estimated 3,000 people gathering in the holiday park.

A huge showing of sponsorship support saw 108 businesses throw contributions at the event, with over $50,000 in prizes drawing in fishers from as far as New Zealand.

Near perfect weather conditions greeted those in attendance, with the crowd starting to build from

the Monday before the event to enjoy glassed out boating and fishing conditions.

Nicholas Cowen, aged 11 couldn't believe his luck when he was handed the keys to a brand new car at the Sunday presentation, whilst Jackie Wake from Dubbo and Steven Penrose from Orange both went home with a brand new boat in tow. 

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