Collectors edition fishing lure

Moody Dog Memorabilia Competition

For all those lure collectors out there…. check this out.

Back in September 2016, you may recall, we caught our 2000th massive metre plus saltwater barra for clients. Made the nightly news and everything!

The fish was caught on a “Mutt” lure – bronze in colour – with some racing stripes drawn on by Ryan with a marker pen.

On 8th February 2018 we will be offering for sale – 100 ONLY – our “Moody Dog” combo commemorating the event.

It will consist of an Australian made Ryan Moody Fishing shirt and Old Dog by Dave Killalea “Mutt” lure in the exact colour combination we used to catch #2000.

Even better, both the lure and shirt will be signed by Ryan Moody and Dave Killalea. Absolute collectors items.

As a treat for our Ryan Moody Fishing community members, we will be GIVING AWAY two of these packs!

Watch the short video below for details.

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Dave Killalea making the 100 commemoratieve Moody Dog collectors fishing lures

Dave Killalea making the 100 commemorative Moody Dog collectors fishing lures

 

To get on the wait list to BUY one of the combos (on a first in first served basis) pop over to Dave's website and register your interest.

Moody Dog Combo Wait List

 

 

To get in the draw to win one, enter your name and email below to join our Ryan Moody Fishing community. You'll also get free fishing tips from Ryan every fortnight straight to your inbox plus go in the draw to win a barra charter for two with Ryan.

Moody Dog combo prizes randomly drawn from our community email list on 7th Feb and announced via email on 8th Feb 2018.

 

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About The Author

Ryan Moody

Ryan Moody started his fishing career on the reef boats before catching bucket list marlin for the likes of champion heavy tackle angler Johnno Johnson, INXS and the King of Sweden. Branching out in the late 80's to guided barramundi fishing, Ryan has made a name for himself as a Big Barramundi specialist and to date has put clients onto over 2000 metre plus barra. That is over 2 kilometres of metre plus barra! With attitudes changing from 'keep all you can' towards catch and release, Ryan has decided to share his extensive knowledge and hopefully inspire people of all ages to get out from behind the computer screen/TV and into the fishing outdoors lifestyle he has spent his life perfecting.

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