The Lexa heralds a giant leap forward in reel innovation, by introducing Oil Seal – Daiwa’s reel sealing technology into a range of affordable yet feature rich reels. The new Lexa employs Daiwa’s famous “Super Metal” body design for incredible strength and hardiness but also features our latest innovations – Oil Seal and Zaion Air … Continue reading Daiwa Lexa Spin Reel
The introduction of the Tournament AGS rods by Daiwa signifies the future direction of Daiwa’s rod development. Hand crafted in Japan, Tournament AGS is the pinnacle of Daiwa’s rod development. Tournament AGS is Daiwa’s flagship rod series, developed over the past 3 years, to produce the lightest most technically advanced rod available. At the centre … Continue reading Daiwa Tournament AGS Rods
44 teams had a chop at the final Gamakatsu Teams Series qualifying round for the season at Port Macquarie. Click here for the full results on the GTS site.
Do rankings confuse you? Click through for an explanation about how it all works ….. ABT has several ways to rank anglers. The first is at an Event. Anglers are ranked from 1st downwards according to their place in that event. Ties are settled, if possible, through standard ABT rules. Event winners are rewarded with … Continue reading Rankings Explained
Graham Franklin (10/10, 6.19kg) took out the Fins Braid Lake Macquarie BREAM Qualifier, 14-15th July. Targeting fish in the mouth of Wyee Bay, Franklin put together two consecutive tournament limits over 3kg to secure the win by 180 grams from his nearest competitor. . Franklin explains how his tournament unfolded; “After a fair prefish where … Continue reading Fins Braid Lake Macquarie BREAM Qualifier -Final Results
In early 2012 Yamaha Motor Australia introduced the VMAX SHO into the Australian product line. The announcement of the introduction of this model was met with much anticipation and excitement. Finally Australian customers had the opportunity to purchase this range of outboards, the first fourstroke engines purpose built for the high performance tournament fishing market. … Continue reading Yamaha VMAX SHO – Purpose built for high performance fishing
Yamaha have joined the ABT family as a new sponsor of the 2012 Daiwa BREAM Series. Joining late in the season Yamaha are making up for lost time with a heafty $300 bonus on offer at each of the final two rounds for the highest placed boater running a Yamaha outboard. All you need to … Continue reading Yamaha Power Into Daiwa BREAM Series
The BREAM Classic Rankings battle is heating up as we head into the second half of the 2012 season. Borg, Hickson, Babekuhl, they’re all there in the hunt to be number one at the end of the season, and so is Austackle. One of the growing tackle brands on the bream scene, Austackle now headline … Continue reading Austackle Tackle BREAM Classic Rankings
55 boats and 22 yaks battled out this GTS round. Click here for full results on the GTS site.
The 2012 Humminbird BREAM Angler of the Year race like most AOY races every year will come down to the last event, and quite possibly the last day of the last event to decide who will walk away with title, or in the case of this year, the titles. We have a boater and a … Continue reading 2012 Humminbird Angler of the Year- The Race for the Crown and the GF