BIG ANNOUNCEMENT! $1000 PRIZE PACK, WIN A CHARTER & LURE PACK!

Total prize value over $1000!

**BIG announcement**

Announcing our biggest competition ever, a charter and lure pack worth over $1000!!!

Winner takes all in this very special random draw.

PRIZES:

6 hour private lure fishing charter for 2 people with Clint at Gold Coast broadwater, including tackle, lures, and Go Pro video of the day edited and uploaded to Youtube,

PLUS a lure pack worth over $400 retail value!

Comp is open now and ends 26 August at 3pm, winner will be randomly drawn with woobox from the Youtube video comments, and announced that evening.

Make sure you follow our facebook page or the below Youtube video to see if you’re the winner:

www.facebook.com/bradsmithfishingcharters

TO ENTER:

Click on the video link below, log in, then subscribe to our Youtube channel, click the bell to get notified of our latest videos, then comment under the video.

Head to this Youtube video to enter:

That’s it. Good luck!


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