Register for your chance to win a million bucks!

Fishos, there’s still time for you to register and become a millionaire by bagging a barra after Million Dollar Fish Season 6 draws to a close at the end of this month. All you have to do is register before Wednesday, 31 March – and keep fishing.

According to the competition’s terms and conditions, all seven $1 million tagged-barra remain active year-round, giving fishos even more reasons to wet a line during the Territory’s famous run off.

Anyone not registered before the season concludes is unable to claim the cash if they catch one of the seven fish between 1 April-30 September 2021.

SportsBet External Affairs Manager Brad Fanning said Season 6 of Million Dollar Fish has been an incredible success.

“On behalf of SportsBet, we’d like to thank everyone who has registered for Season 6 and encourage others who haven’t yet signed up to do so before 31 March for the chance to become $1 million richer.

“With more Million Dollar Fish swimming around Top End waters than ever before there’s never been a better time to sign up for Australia’s richest fishing competition.”

Since Million Dollar Fish was introduced in 2015, hundreds of tagged barramundi have been released across the Territory’s main fishing regions; Darwin Harbour, Tiwi Islands, Katherine, Kakadu and Arnhem Land. With seven $1 million tagged fish released, the chances of becoming a millionaire have never been better.

If you catch a tagged fish and you’re registered for Million Dollar Fish, call 1800 077 001 and quote the unique code on the tag. It could be worth $1 million.

Million Dollar Fish Season 7 begins on 1 October 2021, with registrations opening later this year. To register and find out more, head to and follow Million Dollar Fish on Facebook and Instagram for the latest info.

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