11 December @ 8:00 am - 12 December @ 5:00 pm AEDT
Type of Competition
Lake - Loch Style
Number of Sectors
- Buckenderra - The cut off line for the event is Namungo Point across to Cobrabald Bay as shown in the accompanying map
Morning Session Times
8am - 11am. Steaming @ 7:40am
Afternoon Session Times
Session 2 3pm - 6pm. Steaming @ 2:40pm - Session 4 1:30pm - 4:30pm. Steaming @ 1:10pm (please note this earlier session 4 start time allowing a slightly earlier departure)
Details and Advice
The will be held at Buckenderra Holiday Village & Caravan Park on Friday evening, 7:30pm 10 November. There will also be a quick refresher brief on Saturday morning before steaming on the first session. Exact times and locations will be advised to entrants once finalised.
Competitors are responsible for their own accommodation, transport and meals. The comp will be conducted in accordance with the current FFA NSW/ACT COVID Safe Plan and the current NSW/ACT/LGA/venue COVID regulations in place at the time. Due to two other large groups also based out of Buckenderra that weekend and Snowy 2.0 ongoing, accommodation is once again at a premium in the area. We strongly suggest getting in early for cabin accommodation, although there is always plenty of space to camp.
This competition is subject to FFA Competition Rules.
The Competition Organisers reserve the right to allocate alternative competition sectors having regard to safety and other considerations as circumstances dictate at the time. This will be communicated at the Competitor Briefing or by email beforehand if appropriate and feasible.
FFA Competition Boating Policy applies to this event. Boats can be launched on the lake venues during the closed period but they must immediately be taken to their mooring point and should not travel more than 200m from their launching point if at all possible. PFDs (life jackets) must be worn in all boat sessions. PFDs are to be in current service date as required by Maritime regulations. Competitors are to provide their own PFDs and should not rely on boat owners to provide them. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES If a boat requires assistance oars must be held vertically. Other boats are requested to render assistance. In the event of an emergency on the lake mobile phones and radios can be used to obtain assistance but are strictly prohibited for any other purpose.
All competitors must take responsibility for their own actions. Neither Fly Fish Australia Incorporated nor individual FFA CHAPTERS accepts any responsibility for any injury or loss incurred by any competitor, official or any participant or observer during the running of this competition or other events. All competitors are required to hold a valid state fishing licence.