This page lists all top 10 finishes as obtained by our talented squad of anglers
Jason Lambert Secures 2nd place at Ballina
Searing Tackle Field Staffer Jason Lambert narrowly missed out on first place at the Round 19 of the Daiwa Hobie® Kayak Bream Fishing Series at Ballina on the weekend. Jason finished just behind in 2nd place and with this has qualified for the Grand final later on in the year. Below is Jasons write up of the event.
"Day 1, I made my way to the north arm that was a over an hour peddle and found a nice rockwall where I started casting Pontoon 21 Crackjacks 48 Deep in Green Tiger Prawn covered in Pro Cure Shrimp Scent. Soon I got my first strike and got my first fish that was just on 26cm. I then moved to the bridge and cast Damiki Shimp in Skin blue colour and soon started getting some nice fish including a 29cm.
Michael Maas takes out 3rd place at BREAM Super Series event at Mooloolaba
At the recent Daiwa Hobie Kayak BREAM Super Series event at Mooloolaba, Field Staffer and consistent top ten finisher Michael Maas took out a credible 3rd place finish. Here is his write up of the event
" Having never fished the Mooloolabah system before the tournament, I decided early on that I would treat this comp as if I was fishing the canals on the Gold Coast. After having success with the Damiki D Grubs in the last few years fishing pontoons and boats in the canals, this would be my go to lure and the canals the structure I would fish.
Pete Bostock takes 1st place at Maroon
Qld Field Staffer Pete Bostock took out 1st place at the ABT Hobie Kayak Bass Qualifier at Maroon Dam. Here is Pete's report
"Well my day started with an early morning drive out to Maroon dam with high expectations of a lot of small fish. I unloaded the Hobie Quest and filled it up with only 6 lures and 2 rods. Those lures were a P21 Greedy Guts 66sp in natural Brown, a P21 Greedy Guts 66sp in funa, a couple of lipless cranks, a walk the dog surface lure and a single spinnerbait.
Fish Arrow grabs 2nd Place at Maroon Event
Field Staffer Jonathan Chen grabs a 2nd place and qualifies for the Grand Final at a tough event at Maroon Dam in SE Qld. Here is his take of how the day went down
ABT Hobie Kayak Bass Qualifier – Maroon Dam Qld
The last round qualifying round of the Daiwa Hobie Bass Kayak Series held at Maroon Dam about an hour and a half from Brisbane. Originally I thought that the round was a tad bit far to drive on my own, roughly around 2,500km round trip. I was spewing that I had missed my opportunities in the closer bass rounds in NSW. When the opportunity arose to travel up to the round with a trailer load of kayaks I quickly jumped aboard.
We arrived in Brisbane on the Thursday night and went round for a BBQ provided by our sponsor Robert Searing. After raiding some of Rob’s shelves of a couple of lures we made our way to Maroon Dam to set up camp.