Get hooked on fish game

FISHING card game inventor, Chris Mo, from the Tweed Coast
FISHING card game inventor, Chris Mo, from the Tweed Coast

RECREATIONAL Tweed Coast fisherman Chris Mo has landed a big distribution deal for a fishing card game he created.

The game called 'Bagged Out', in which 'Nobody wins with undersize fish', has been snapped up by a major newsagent distributor and is now available at bait and tackle shops, toy stores and newsagencies.

"I'm very proud that it's 100 per cent Australian made - the game is being printed by the renowned Queen's Slipper playing card company in Melbourne," Mr Mo said.

"It's designed to be fun, affordable (at $10) and educational?.?.?.?I created something that people can sit down and enjoy some good old-fashioned human interaction

"It's also a subliminal way to raise people's awareness on responsible fishing practises, size limits etc.

Anglers, he said, could have fun and learn about proper fishing practises at the same time.

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