The Fishing Challenge is all about working with you, the competitor. For the last five years we’ve had a fantastic response to the Murray-Darling Basin section of the Challenge.
And again this year there are three target species in this section. Any angler fishing in the Murray-Darling Basin area (as per the map shown here) can enter.
Below are some important points for the Murray-Darling Basin category:
- The Murray-Darling Basin encompasses an area from south-western Queensland, western New South Wales, central western Victoria and the Murray catchment in South Australia.
- Fish eligible for the Challenge can be caught in any river or tributary flowing into either the Murray or Darling Rivers. To simplify any public river, tributary or creek that flows west of the Great Dividing Range and eventually into the Murray or Darling rivers is permitted.
- An extension to the Murray Darling Basin boundaries will apply in Queensland north from Chinchilla to Emerald and west to Longreach.
- Competitors can be from Queensland, New South Wales / ACT, Victoria and South Australia.
- Competitors may only upload one photograph for the competition. If the fish entered is in the Murray-Darling Basin category you may not enter a fish in your State category.
- Fish entered in this category are put down as Murray-Darling Basin (or MDB) and not State specific.
- Public impoundments that are west of the Great Dividing Range and open to fishing for the target species selected are eligible for inclusion.
- Private dams and impoundments are strictly excluded from the Challenge.
- There will be three target species in the Murray Darling Basin category. Prizes will be awarded as per each state.