Sparesboyz fishing fun day. It’s that time of the year again where keen fishermen young and old put their fishing skills to the test, all for a good cause at the Sparesboyz Fishing Fun Day in aid of The North Coast Courier Orphan Fund.

Hosted at Dudley Pringle dam on Sunday, April 28, the event will run from 6am to 2pm, with prize giving taking place at 10.30am.

Like previous years, the event is not a fishing ‘competition’ and there will be no measuring and weighing of fish.

There will however be loads of excellent lucky draw prizes up for grabs throughout the morning and families are encouraged to bring their braai’s and picnic baskets and make a morning of it.

The focus is on family fun and affording fishermen the rare opportunity to fish the very productive, untouched waters of the Dudley Pringle dam, which is not normally open to the public, for one day only.

Anglers can target any species of fish in the dam (including bass, tilapia and barble).

Kick boats, paddle ski’s and small inflatable paddle boats are allowed, however no motorised boats or sneaker motors will be permitted.

Food will be available for purchase, courtesy of Imbalito Hope College.


Space is limited and anglers are encouraged to book early to avoid disappointment. Early-bird registration means you pay last year’s prices!

·         Pre-registration: R120 Bank angler – R170 Watercraft angler.

·         On-The-Day registration: R140 Bank angler – R190 Watercraft angler.

You can enter at The Kingfisher Ballito at The Circle, Shop 3A (registration closes Friday, April 26) or online by completing the entry form BELOW (registration closes Wednesday, April 25).

You can either pay via EFT or Zapper.


Please deposit your entrance fee electronically to the following banking details:

·         North Coast Courier Orphan Fund

·         Bank ABSA

·         Branch 630229

·         Account No: 9109572488

·         Reference: Surname of Angler 1

Please email payment proof to entry will not be confirmed until the entry fee is paid.

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