IT was a nippy end to the Slow Summer festival with a yabby fishing competition at Twisted River Wines on Monday.
Twenty children aged from two to 14 years old attended the fun-filled event.
Children gathered around one of the vineyard's dams armed with fishing poles and a net hoping to snare themselves a yabby.
Twisted River Wines co-owner Helen Armstrong said it was a wonderful event for the whole family.
"We had a fantastic day ... we try to do something a little bit different," she said.
Ms Armstrong said there were a number of competitions held across the morning.
"We had prizes of the most yabbies, the biggest yabby, the first blue yabby and the first person to be nipped," she said.
"It was fabulous, we had a ball."
Following the prize ceremony there was a yabby race with the owner of the first yabby to make it back to the dam's water declared the winner.
It was the first time the winery has held a yabby competition but Ms Armstrong said it will definitely be in its plans for the future.