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Froth What You Fish - Beerfarm

Froth What You Fish

Ahhh, fishing. A jerk on one end of the line, waiting for a jerk on the other end of the line. There's nothing quite like getting out on the water, from the thrill of the first catch to sharing a few tins amongst friends. 

From the North West coastline to the South West region, we love getting outdoors and into nature just as much as the next West Aussie, so we created our very own fishing sticker to help you get hooked. 

If you're planning on heading to your favourite fishing spot this weekend, remember to share a photo of your catch of the day for your chance to Hook, Line and Sinker a carton of Beerfarm tins of your choice!

Win a Carton of Beer of Your Choice

1. Simply head to your local Beerfarm stockist (listed below), purchase ANY 4-pack of Beerfarm beers and ask for your free Beerfarm themed fishing sticker.

Divers Tavern
Caves House
Gracies General
Peppy Beach
Whistling Kite
LB Seascapes
CB Sam's Cellars
33 Degrees Esperance
Northampton Liquor
Con's Liquor Geraldton
Waterfront Hotel Denham
Kalbarri Cellars
Hillary's Liquor Barons
Rose Hotel Bunbury
Liquor Barons Eaton

2. Share a photo or video of your fish (brownie points if it's a video) alongside your fishing sticker, no matter how big or small it may be.

3. Tag #frothwhatyoufish for your chance to win a carton of Beerfarm beers of your choice.

4. Make sure you're following us.

We'll be picking one lucky winner each week to whoever brings their best fishing game, so pack the car with your fishing rod, some bait and some tins for the road and show us how much you Froth What You Fish! 

WA Fishing Rules

With 620,000 people fishing recreationally, it’s important to know the rules so we’re fishing sustainably and fishing for the future. Your Beerfarm fishing sticker will ensure you're throwing anything back that's too big or small and sticking to your daily bag limit, to prevent overfishing of our oceans.

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