Tell us your fish tales – and win!

Everyone knows: “The worst day fishing is better than the best day working.”

Everyone knows: “The worst day fishing is better than the best day working.”

And around Greater Victoria, the fishing is always fantastic.

Whether you toss a line off the side of your kayak, sit with your feet dangling off the end of a long dock with a friend or take the boat out for a weekend of angling with the family, fishing is part of our culture.

Now your favourite hobby can even win you cash.

The Victoria News, along with Capital Iron, are presenting our annual Fish Tales photo contest – online now.

Three lucky winners with the best photos and “Fish Tales” will be selected by Capital Iron’s fishing experts to win Capital Iron Shopping Sprees!

First Place is a $250 Gift Certificate, Second Place  is a  $150 Gift Certificate and Third Place  is a  $100 Gift Certificate – plus there’s a random draw for three $50 Gift Certificates.

All you have to do is upload your favourite fishing photo and add a short description of why you selected this photo to qualify to win.

Go to to enter.

Good Luck! Deadline is midnight Sept. 13, 2015.


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