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2002 Boondooma Bash Results
  |  First Published: February 2003



THE RECENT 2002 Boondooma Bash was a success, with 67 anglers competing in the tournament. Over the course of the weekend 166 fish were weighed or measured, with 135 of those fish released.

After results were tallied, the Kingaroy Sportfishing Club took out the prestigious Champion Club award, while Ron Barker and Jacinda Schloss took out the Highest Point Scoring Male and Female awards respectively.

The longest fish landed on lure or fly casting tackle for the tournament was a 49cm golden perch landed by Mark Smith. The average length of the released fish was a very respectable 388mm. – QFM.

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Champion Club

1. Kingaroy Sportfishing Club1990.7pts

2. Brisbane Valley Anglers1558.9pts

3. Bundaberg SC1288.4pts

Highest Point Scorer (all species)

Senior Male - Ron Baker (Kingaroy SC) 709.7pts

Senior Female -. Jacinda Schloss (Kingaroy SC) 481.9pts

Junior Male - Jonathon Baker (Kingaroy SC) 624.4pts

Sub-junior male. Dylan Mott (Kingaroy SC) 421.5pts

Junior female. Carla Marskell (Kingaroy SC) 220.5pts

Sub-junior female - Grace Byrne (Maryborough) 333.3pts

Most metres of introduced species released

Ron Baker (Kingaroy SC) - 6.21m

Highest point scoring introduced species

Matthew Mott (Kingaroy SC) - 219.6pts (bass)

Highest point scoring native species

Ron Baker (Kingaroy SC) - 185pts (catfish)

Highest point scoring lure-caught fish

Matthew Mott (Kingaroy SC) - 219.6pts (bass)

Longest fish released on lure/fly casting

Mark Smith (Kingaroy SC) - 49cm (golden perch)

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