Compete against your fellow anglers to see who can be the MoTackle Bass Champion!
So how do you enter? Head in store to MoTackle and pick up a free Daiwa Fish Measure Lanyard and buy some Daiwa Steez Lures if you want to try for the bonus prize!
Then get out there and catch some Bass! Take a photo of your catch with your fish measure lanyard or brag mat so we can verify. Make sure your entry clearly features the Daiwa Fish Measure Lanyard so we know it's for this competition. There's also a Bonus prize for those entries caught on a Steez Lure shown in the pic (Bonus prizes for a JNR Angler- 15yrs or under and for a SNR Angler).
Finally upload your catches to our New Daiwa Fishing Tournament APP and compete against your fellow anglers to see who can be MoTackle's Bass Champion!
- Biggest Bass
- Mystery Length Bass
- Smallest Bass
With a JNR and SNR bonus prize for Bass caught on a Steez Lure shown clearly in the pic!
How To Enter
TERMS & CONDITIONS: Specific TD Black Rod and Tierra LT Reel models will be subject to stock availability. To be eligible for entry into the MoTackle Fishing Tournament, entrants must visit MoTackle (144 Pacific Highway, Coffs Harbour NSW 2450) and collect a free Token (i.e. Daiwa Fish Measure Lanyard). The photo must include the Token in their Bass catch on a fish measure mat or ruler. Entries into the Bonus Prize category must clearly feature a Daiwa Steez lure in the pic. Entries must be made between 15 February and 15 March 2020 via the Daiwa Fishing Tournament App (links below on how to download and access the Daiwa Fishing Tournament App). Daiwa Australia reserves the right to change, supersede or extend these offers at its discretion. By entering this competition, you agree to receive communication materials from Daiwa Australia for information on news, products and special offers. Daiwa Australia supports responsible and sustainable fishing practices at all times and encourages anglers to be aware of, and comply with their local, state and federal rules and regulations that apply to protect fish species and the sustainability of the industry.
Get the App
The app is available for both iOS and Android smart phones. Click the link below to access the app for your device.Google Play App Store