The 2011 Lake Moondarra Fishing Classic is well on the road to becoming the largest event ever staged on the shores of Lake Moondarra. In addition to recent announcements of special guests and all new entertainment aspects, organisers the Mount Isa Fish Stocking Group can now add a hit television show to the event line up!
Queensland’s only locally made, water-based outdoor adventure lifestyle program Creek to Coast and star presenter Scott Hillier will be filming a dedicated segment from the Fishing Classic for their 2011 series. The Creek to Coast program airs on the Seven network and showcases the best four wheel driving, boating, camping, fishing and water sports that Queensland has to offer.
Lake Moondarra Fishing Classic Event Coordinator, Katie Schrodter said that she is very happy with the way the 2011 event is shaping up.
“Locking in Steve Starling and the all new Fishing, Camping and 4x4 Expo where fantastic news and great for the growth of the event. Now to have producers of a show like Creek to Coast knocking on our door to film a segment on the event, we couldn’t ask for better recognition and exposure.”
The announcement of Creek to Coast’s attendance at the 2011 Fishing Classic times extremely well with the launch of the events all new website. “It has been a great start to a big year for the event, we have already received fantastic support from sponsors and just launched the all new Lake Moondarra Fishing Classic website,” said Ms Schrodter. (www.lakemoondarrafishingclassic.com.au)
The community was encouraged to stay tuned for more big announcements in coming weeks with Ms Schrodter hinting at more surprises to come. “People would hardly believe that we have even more surprises in the pipe work.”
The 2011 Lake Moondarra Fishing Classic will kick off on Thursday October 27 with a celebrity slide night at the Buffs Club, then move out to Lake Moondarra on Friday 28th for the first ever Fishing, Camping and 4x4 Expo, wrapping up with the presentation of over 30 prize categories from the fishing action on Sunday October 30. – Lake Moondarra ClassicReads: 1535