Tournament Results

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

 

 


Denis Metzdorf takes out 3rd place at

Daiwa Hobie Redcliffe Worlds Qualifier

 

Facing extreme weather conditions, Field Staffer Denis pulled of a great 3rd place finish. Below is Denis take on the event.

"Preparing for this particular event is quite simple, a tray of Pontoon 21 Crack Jacks 48mm in both MR and DR a selection jigheads, I like to use 1/12th 1/0 mainly and a selection of 3 inch Damiki Armour Shads in various colours, they all work bounced on and off the reef edges.


Michael Maas takes 2nd Place at GCSFC - Dash 4 Cash

Field Staff Michael Maas and fishing partner Chris Maas pulled in a solid 3.74kilo bag at the gold coast for get 2nd place at the weekends Dash 4 Cash event. Below is Michaels take on the event.


"Here's a short insight to the tackle and tactics used in the recent Gold Coast Teams event where we placed 2nd weighing a good Gold Coast bag of 3.74kg. Running from the Southport Seaway we headed north to our local fishing waters of the Jumpinpin. We prefer to fish the nature structure in the deeper water when chasing bream in the winter months.

  After finding plenty of fish in our prefish weeks before the comp in water deeps ranging from 3 to 9 metres we decided this is the areas we would target on comp day.


Jason Reid takes 2nd Place at Georges River Event

Field Staffer Jason Reid took 2nd place honours at the Gamakatsu Hobie Series, Georges River event. Below is Jasons report of the event.

"I was one of 41 kayakers itching to hit  the Georges River and have a great day fishing for Bream. This is my home water and there are plenty of spots to hit around boats, pontoons, jetties, bridges, flats and oyster leases.

 


Joe Franco wins the Blackwood River ABT Event

WA Field Staffer Joe Franco takes out the Daiwa-Hobie Kayak BREAM Series - Blackwood River with a comfortable victory. Here is Joe's write up of the event

"What a whirlwind weekend, racing to finish work early in order to try get a look at the chosen arena for the WA round of the ABT qualifier. It wasn't to be, I arrived in Augusta at 4pm and settled into my cabin swapping yarns with fellow yak anglers before it was time to get to the briefing.



Day 1
Well my anticipation was high as with any event, the coffee prepared by the Getaway Outdoors crew went down a treat and before I knew it everyone was peddling and paddling like mad to try get to their chosen destination.