Tournament Results

 This page lists all top 10 finishes as obtained by our talented squad of anglers

 

 


 

Team Pontoon 21 take 1st place at the Gamakatsu Elite Series

Field Staffers Khoi Pham & Denis Metzdorf capped off a great 2014 with a win at the first of the Gamakatsu Elite Series held at Bribie Island where they fished under the team name Pontoon 21. Below is a report from Khoi explaing how they took out the win.

"Team Pontoon 21 had a great year in 2014 finishing fifth overall in Gamakatsu Team of the Year standings and had the perfect start to the 2014/15 season by winning the inaugural Gamakatsu Elite Series event at Bribie Island 13-14th December.


Jarryd Aleckson takes 2nd Place at Gamakatsu Elites

QLD Field Staffer Jarryd Aleckson fishing as part of Team Lowrance took out 2nd position in the first Gamakatsu Elite Series. This new series is a high stakes high reward Teams comp. Bags limits are bigger, entry fees are higher and the payout is heavily skewed to the top. This brings only the most confident of anglers making it a tough competition where anyone could win. Below is a brief write up of the event from Jarryd

Top 3 result for Damiki at Hobie Grand Final in WA

 

  Pro Staffer Michael Maas fished the Hobie Grand Final in WA  last weekend and he capped off a great year with a fantastic result for himself and also for the Damiki. Here is Michaels report of the event

"   After having a great year in the Hobie Kayak Series with some consistent results and a 5th place in the Dawia Hobie Kayak Bream Angler of the year table, I was looking forward to competing in the Hobie Bream Grand Final in Mandurah WA.
   
Having very little experience fishing for Black Bream and having never fished in WA, I knew I had my work cut out for me fishing against the top kayak bream anglers from around the country......


3rd Place result for Alan Britcliffe at Toonumbar

In another terrific result for Searing Tackle, Pro Staffer Alan Britcliffe , secured a top 3 finish and qualified for the Grand Final. Here is Alans write up of the event;

"Toonumbar Dam, my favourite Northern NSW bass fishery and host to Round 4 of the Hobie Kayak Bass Series sponsored by Daiwa.
 
31km West of Kyogle, Toonumbar Dam was built across Iron Pot Creek in 1972. It holds 11 000 mega-litres of water and has a surface area of around 400 hectares when full.  This location has a reputation of producing good numbers of bass, and ideally a regular weekend haunt for many a Northern NSW bass angler.........