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February 7, 2020
WIN CATCH FISHING LURES

It’s easy! Just sign up to our newsletter (using any of the sign-up tabs on our website) and every time you open our email you are in the draw to win a Catch Fishing lure prize. Catch lures have been developed using the latest technology, with input from pro anglers here in NZ and around the world, and are effective on just about every species that eats. For more info on how to fish them just check out many of the articles and videos right here at NZ Fishing World.

If you are already signed up, just make sure you open the email to be entered.  We don’t spam our subscribers, and generally send an email weekly when we have updated fishing reports and new videos and relevant fishing articles.

For more on Catch, check out their full range of products here https://www.catchfishing.pro/

Happy fishing and good luck out there.

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