The aim of the Super Series is to provide a relaxed, regular competition to promote Catch and Release lure fishing in the Central Vic area. You may compete in the majority of rounds to be in the running for the overall "Series Title" or just come along and compete in a single comp for a bit of fun. Meet some other passionate lure casters, fish new water, hone your skills and be in the running to win some cash and prizes.

All rounds consist of one to three fishing sessions of 6-8hrs on either a Saturday, Sunday or both days.

Scoring will be a point system to determine the Round Winners and a running tally on the leader board kept to determine the Super Series champ.
• Each round will have a target species, either Murray Cod or Golden Perch. 1 point per centimetre will be awarded plus 10 bonus points for each target species landed.
• A flat rate score of 10 points for Redfin, Trout and Carp on lure (max 5 per competitor per round)
• Everyone will receive a bonus 10 points per round that they attend to go towards the series title.

The Super Series Champion Title will be awarded to the highest scoring lure caster of the series.  The Super Series champ will be announced and presented with a prize pack and trophy at the end of the final round.

As well as having the chance to become a Round Winner/Runner up or the overall Super Series Champion, in every round the top 3 point scorers will qualify to compete for the final round 'Champion of Champions'. This enables the people who qualified throughout the season a chance to compete for an extra prize against the other top three anglers during the last round.

A $30 entrance fee to the Super Series to be paid at registration for seniors per round to be in the running for the rounds prizes which is determined by the amount of competitors!

The Murray River Spinnerbaits Junior Super Series is for Juniors up to the age of 14 years with a $0 entrance fee. Prizes are awarded to the children on the same scoring system as the Seniors.

All fish are to be measured by the fishos themselves with the use of a brag mat and a digital camera then have their fish verified by competitor in another boat where possible, recorded on the catch cards provided and handed in by the required weigh in time at the end of each session.

Catch tokens will be handed out each round and are to be placed on the brag mats next to the fish when photographed to authenticate the fish was caught that day.
All competitors must abide by Victorian or NSW Boating and Fishing regulations, hold a current fishing licence and compete at their own risk.