Te Puna Hunting and Fishing Club Ladies Fishing Competition

Welcome to Te Puna Hunting and Fishing Club's first women's fishing competition! Our brand new Ladies Fishing Competition is running from 7:30pm Friday 15th January - Midday Sunday 17th January 2021. Briefing will be held at Top Shot Bar on Friday 15th January at 6:00pm. See below for the rules or check out the Te Puna Hunting and Fishing Facebook page for updates! 


Payment for entry fees can be made to: 

Te Puna Hunting And Fishing Club 





Competition Headquarters and Weigh Station: Top Shot Bar, 15d Minden Rd, Te Puna 

Registration/Entry: Must be entered and paid no later than the start of briefing.

Cancellation: There will be no cancellation of the competition.

Briefing: 6pm Friday 15th January. All entrants are asked to attend the briefing to hear any last minute rule changes and must be in attendance for any prizes drawn at the briefing. 

Start and end  times: Fishing begins: 7:30pm Friday 15th January 2021 - Midday Sunday 17th January 2021. Entrants must be at the event in person to claim any prizes. 

Prize Giving: 3pm Sunday 17th January

Weigh in time: 12:30 - 2pm Sunday 17th January 2021

Weigh in / Measuring requirements: 

Prizes are based on length. Additional rules are TBC around this. Expect confirmation by Dec 1st 2020. 


Specified species: The following are the only species and minimum weights/ lengths accepted for weigh in:

Kingfish: 75cm minimum length

Snapper: 30cm minimum length

Kahawai: no minimum length

Trevally: 25cm minimum length

Other fish species: As meets the requirements for the particular species. 


Variation to Rules:The competition organiser reserves the right to vary these rules up to briefing. Where any part of the rules are varied, the changes will be announced at the briefing.

Disputes:The competition weigh masters decision will be final. No correspondence will be entered into.

Disclaimer: Te Puna Hunting and Fishing Club, its members, or any of the event organisers are not responsible for the safety and wellbeing of entrants/parents during this event.

It is expected that entrants will take full responsibility for their own safety and will at all times adhere to the laws and regulations governing the taking of fish within New Zealand. 

Good luck: Have a great few days fishing. No fish is worth risking your life or well-being, so apply all the water and boating safety rules, and ensure entrants under your supervision are kept safe.

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