The 2021-22 Snowy Trout Challenge will start on Friday 1 October after 500 large, tagged rainbow trout were released into 6 impoundments across the Snowy Monaro Region…
Trout have been release into:
- Lake Eucumbene
- Lake Jindabyne
- Lake Crackenback
- Black Lake, Bombala
- Murrumbidgee Pumping Station, Cooma
- Lake Williams, Nimmitabel
Now in its second year, the Snowy Trout Challenge (STC) is open to all anglers and is a region wide event across the Snowy Monaro that encourages visitation to the area and promotes the local waterways for fishing. The Snowy Trout Challenge runs from 1 October 2021 to 31 May 2022.
The rainbow trout were bred at the NSW Department of Primary Industries Gaden Trout Hatchery in Jindabyne…
“The NSW Government is pleased to support the 2021-22 Snowy Trout Challenge,” said an NSW Department of Primary Industries spokesperson. “This is a great initiative which showcases the Snowies region as our premier trout fishing destination and provides fantastic opportunities for families and kids to enjoy quality fishing for spectacular Rainbow Trout bred by the expert team at the DPI Fisheries Gaden Trout Hatchery at Jindabyne.”
The idea of the event is that anyone can catch one of the large rainbow trout, plus then can register their catch and go into the draw for monthly prizes. Additional prizes can be won for just registering for the event.
Each fish has been tagged with its own individual number on a White Tag for this year’s event.
To participate in the 2021-22 Snowy Trout Challenge, please register your details via the link at bottom. In return you will enter the draw to win a ‘Cash Prize’ generously sponsored by the Snowy Mountains Chambers Alliance. This prize will be drawn in June 2022 at the conclusion of the 2021-22 STC.
For every 2021* STC tagged Rainbow Trout you catch from 1 October 2021 to 31 May 2022, you are eligible to enter a monthly cash prize draw**.
To enter, you must register the details of your catch. Details on how to register your catch will be confirmed in the coming weeks.
*2021/22 STC tags are white. Pink 2020 STC tags are not eligible to enter in the monthly cash prize draw.
** Prize draws will commence once NSW is re-opened for regional travel.
The Snowy Trout Challenge is an initiative of local Chambers of Commerce and Snowy Monaro Regional Council and driven by volunteers who are eager to promote fishing in the region.
The participating chambers of commerce are:
- Bombala and District Chamber of Commerce
- Cooma Chamber of Commerce
- Lake Eucumbene Chamber of Commerce
- Jindabyne Chamber of Commerce
https://linktr.ee/snowytroutchallenge to register
To keep up-to-date on all things Snowy Trout Challenge, please follow the Snowy Trout Challenge Facebook page.
Facebook Gift Guide 2019
Snowy Mountains Cookies is excited to announce they have been selected to be a part of the 2019 Facebook Gift Guide.
Facebook and Instagram have created an online Gift Guide to support regional economies.
Over half of the 30 chosen business, including Snowy Mountains Cookies, are in a drought effected area. Facebook’s Director Mia Garlick states “It was developed to celebrate the innovation and success of regional small businesses across the country that play an important role support the national economy,”
Snowy Mountains Cookies creates premium, gourmet produce and has operated for over 13 years with core business derived from servicing the airline catering sector (including 10 consecutive years of supplying Qantas), hotels, function centres, food outlets and retail customers.
Products reaffirm the brand message, made wholesome and appetising by baking with ‘clean’ ingredients that are:
- Free of artificial colours
- Free of artificial additives
- Free of artificial flavours
- Free of preservatives
- Sulphite free dried fruits
Only premium ingredient options are used in our product range, with a focus on ‘keeping it natural by keeping it simple’.
- Free-range eggs – recipient of the RSPCA Good Egg award
- Butter, rather than margarine
- Quality couverture chocolate – steering clear of compound chocolate
- Ingredients most home pantries would stock – avoiding using tricky substitute products that mask nutritional table figure
One of Snowy Mountains Cookies owners Daisy Oayda’ states, “I believe starting and running a business like Snowy Mountains Cookies, which prides itself on its location base and name, is easier in a regional town like Jindabyne thanks to the support and genuine interest shown from local business and community, which is something that may not happen in a big city.”
Snowy Mountains Cookies is proud to have been chosen for this opportunity to help grow online sales and bring awareness to the small business in the regional town of Jindabyne. If you would like to see more Snowy Mountains Cookies products please visit .