The 6th Annual Riverina Classic Fishing Competition will take place in 2019
The Riverina Classic Catch and Release Fishing Competition is a great 3 days of fishing over a weekend in February each year. As a charity event proceeds are distributed to a chosen charity each year & also used to re-stock the Murrumbidgee River with native fingerlings securing a healthy and sustainable fishing future.
As a full photo entry competition, anglers have better flexibility on fishing hours & the entry of over-sized cod can be accepted in the competition as the survival rate of catch & release fish is increased by reducing the amount of time the fish spends in captivity.
Riverina Classic Catch & Release Fishing Competition 2019
Date to be Confirmed for 2019
The 6th Annual Riverina Classic Fishing Competition will be back in Darlington Point for 2019, to join in this great family fishing weekend see
Proceeds from the 2018 Riverina Classic will be distributed to CanAssist – Griffith & Coleambally Branches which will help
to support cancer sufferers locally and in the surrounding area.
Some funds each year are used to help re-stock the Murrumbidgee River with native fingerlings securing a healthy and sustainable fishing future.
Are you interested in sponsoring our next event? The Riverina Classic would not be as successful at raising money for charity each year without the help of our amazing sponsors.
To improve the survival rate of fish caught in the catch & release fishing competition the Riverina Classic is a full photo competition. To find out how to take you photos we have a handy guide.
To find out what is happening for the upcoming Riverina Classic fishing competition, follow us on Facebook. It gets more active closer to the event each year.
Darlington Point APEX
Apex is a volunteer community service organisation that offers active Australians aged 18 to 45 an opportunity to learn more about themselves, gain new skills, make new friends and help those in need.
It is because of the members involved in the Darlington Point APEX club that the Riverina Classic fishing competition started as an event which has become a highlight on the Darlington Point calendar each year.
National Parks & Forestry
For any persons considering entering the Murrumbidgee Valley National Park and or Regional Park or any National Parks or Regional Parks at any time please visit the National Parks and Forestry Corporation websites for important information.
Including but not limited to Safety Information / closures and all information required before entering any National Parks and or Regional Parks at any time.
Please be advised to be very careful after rain when road services can be extremely hazardous.
Boating & Fishing
Information about boating on waterways within NSW including licences, safety and rules can be found on the Roads and Maritime website.
Recreational Fishing Information
Information about recreational fishing in Australia is on the Department of Primary Industries – Fisheries page.
To fish you need a recreational fishing License which can be purchased online or locally.
Lifejackets are an essential piece of equipment while fishing, there are a number of different styles available. The RMS explains the different types of life jackets here.
Please Note: Inflatable life jackets require 12 monthly checks, information about what is required in the check can be found on the RMS website here.
The fishing waters for the Riverina Classic can be found on the map.