Dreaming of catching a 1 metre plus Barramundi?
Win a barra charter with Ryan Moody and this could be you!
Join our free fishing community and go in the draw for a chance to win a Hooked on Hinchinbrook charter for two people!
Simply enter your name and email below for a chance to win!
Enter your contact information above to go in the draw to win a Hooked On Hinchinbrook fishing charter. As a member of our fishing community you will also receive free training videos/blog updates from Ryan Moody, founder of Hooked on Hinchinbrook charters, who has caught over 2000 massive metre plus saltwater barra (plus numerous thousand pound marlin) for clients over the years. You’ll also get more information about his exciting new e-course Barra Basics and be notified when our next class enrollment opens. You deserve to live your dreams. We can help.
“I’ve fished for big Barramundi from the Cape to the Northern Territory for the past nine years on my TV show Fishin’ Trip with no success on the magical metre mark. However that all changed when we teamed up with Ryan Moody. We spent only one day with Ryan and we cracked the magical metre mark 3 times! We thank you Ryan for your knowledge, patience and your support. You make dreams come true!”Jason Kennedy - Fishin' Trip Presenter.
Disclaimer: The prize includes a one day fishing charter for two people with Hooked on Hinchinbrook charters operating out of Cardwell. The prize does not include airfares, meals, travel or accommodation. The winner will be notified by email and their name and suburb will also be published on our Ryan Moody Fishing facebook page. Prize will be drawn on the 30th December each year and is valid for one year. The winner will be drawn randomly from the Ryan Moody Fishing email mailing list. The charter date will be negotiated at a time convenient to both the winner and Hooked on Hinchinbrook charters. While we have taken every effort to ensure we accurately represent our charters, there is no guarantee that the winner or a member of their party will catch a metre plus Barramundi as this is subject to a myriad of variables out of our control.