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Membership increases in Nadi game fishing competition

Zanzeer Singh
Friday, February 21, 2014

THE Denarau Game and Sport Fishing Club expect an increase in membership with the staging of the second competition on Sunday.

The club, which has a total of 75 members, opened its season last month with the Tuna Levu Classic competition.

Club secretary Jared Wood said the registrations for the day-long tournament would be held at the Cardo's Restaurant on Denarau Island from 6pm today.

Wood said more than 30 anglers would compete.

"The interest has certainly grown since the first event," he said.

"Our membership should increase to 100 by the end of this month. The tournament will start at 7am. We expect the boats to be back in at Port Denarau by 5pm with the weigh-in starting at 5.30pm."

The entry fee for the competition is $30 per angler.








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