Evans Head Fishing Classic Sponsors
We at the Evans Head Fishing Classic know how important the sponsors are to the event. We need both anglers and sponsors, if one goes then the event will not continue, that is why we have a motto at Australian Fishing Tournaments that we want to pass on and keep the event going for the future.
Support the Sponsors that Support your Passion!
Gamakatsu Hooks feature micro barbs, conical points and have advanced manufacturing process to make the best in the industry. On top of this Gamakatsu offer more types of hooks than any other brand, making you choice easy!
Exclusive direct injection technology that sets the performance standard for outboard engines in torque, fuel economy and emissions.
POWER AND PERFORMANCE
The E-TEC direct injection system delivers the precise amount of fuel needed, so you’ll burn less at idle and throughout the RPM range. So, when you hammer the throttle and instantly get on plane, you’ll really feel the power.
All Evinrude E-TEC engines have no break-in period, an auto-winterization feature and never needs an oil change. You’ll only need dealer-scheduled maintenance every 3 years or 300 hours.
Produces fewer reportable emissions and requires no oil changes. Which means no worries about disposal or where the oil ends up. Every drop of oil in the fuel mix goes into combustion, not the air or water.
Club Evans, formally Woodburn Evans Head RSL Club is the hub of the beautiful Evans Head in northern NSW by providing a new, safe, inviting and exciting venue offering great food, awesome and free entertainment, feature shows, TAB, FREE WiFi, Foxtel and plenty of day time promotions for all our guests.
Wilson Fishing is an Aussie, family-owned wholesale fishing tackle supplier and manufacturer.
We specialise in developing quality products in Australia for Australian fishing conditions, employing over 50 staff members Australia wide. Wilson Fishing is famous for our Live Fibre range of Aussie built, Aussie designed fishing rods.
Founded in 1946, Wilson Fishing is a 100% Australian owned and operated business. Our history has seen us develop relationships with some of the world’s premier fishing and marine companies, including Kilwell, Mustad and Surecatch and now Zerek Innovations.
Since the introduction of the first High Definition System (HDS) Multifunction Display in 2008, Lowrance has launched a staggering number of new products and features that truly redefine marine electronics. Extremely easy to use, yet packed with the features anglers the world over know and love, Lowrance continues to set the bar for the best recreational fishing technology.
Frogleys Offshore is an Australian owned and operated family business originally founded in 1981 by Jeff Frogley and trading as “Jeff Frogley Agencies”. The business was and still is the national distributor of Fuji Rod Building Components, the worlds foremost manufacturer of quality rod building componentry.
In 1998 the business was acquired by Paul Starkey and Pat Rummery. At that time Rod manufacture in Australia was undergoing rapid change with most of the manufacturing going offshore. Seeing the need to diversify Paul and Pat acquired “Offshore Sports” which had as its main business the distribution of Gamakatsu fishing hooks in Australia. Shortly after this Paul and his eldest son Michael acquired Pats interest in the business allowing the business to be solely owned and operated by the Starkey family.
Following the acquisition of the distribution rights to Gamakatsu fishing hooks in Australia, the business has traded as Frogleys Offshore and now proudly distributes and represents some of the most reputable brand names in the fishing industry worldwide.
Liberty Oil established its first retail site in 1995. Since then Liberty has expanded across Australia. You will most likely find a Liberty branded site in urban, coastal and rural locations. Liberty is dedicated to supplying the consumer with reliable, cheaper and better-quality fuels than our competitors.
Richmond Valley Council (RVC) is a local government area on the Northern Rivers region of north-eastern New South Wales, Australia. RVC services an area of 3,051 square kilometres (1,178 sq mi) and draws its name from the Richmond River, which flows through most of the council area.