Read on to see the full results from the Forster MegaBREAM event for 2004. Special thanks to Chris Machonachie from the Forster Beach Caravan Park for the tank sponsorship. SIX TEAMS SHARE BREAM MEGABUCKS BOUNTY At a perfect weekend of breaming in Forster, NSW, six teams shared in a $22,500 cash bonanza. And, on a … Continue reading Forster MegaBREAM Results
33 year old Merimbula abalone diver Chris ‘Slick’ Wright (6/10, 3.23kg) mastered wet and windy conditions to snatch the title and relegate fast finishing angler Dave Welfare (6/10, 2.96kg) to second place. On a weekend that saw many competitors fail to secure legal sized fish amongst a myriad small specimens, Wright managed to boat the … Continue reading Wright conquers conditions to claim Glenelg !
TEAM FISH BRAIN WIN INAUGURAL COAST EASTER BREAM CLASSIC What better way to celebrate Good Friday than a spot of tournament fishing, and in a field of 19 boats, Team Fish Brain (Liam Fitzpatrick and Brad Dicker) topped a highly competitive field to win the inaugural Gold Coast Sportfishing Club’s Easter BREAM Classic. The co-operative … Continue reading Gold Coast Easter BREAM Classic Results
Mick Collins, a 39 year old Sydney fishing guide achieved several personal milestones in his most recent weekend of tournament fishing. He weighed his first and second ever limits of five bream at an ABT BREAM event, but more importantly, he won the MotorGuide sponsored leg of the Quintrex National BREAM series with the sum … Continue reading COLLINS CREELS AT MOTOR GUIDE HAWKESBURY BREAM QUALIFIER
TEAM AIRLITE WIN INAUGURAL AUSTRALIAN OPEN AT an ambitious tournament held in the middle of Australia’s largest city, Team Airlite, consisting of Bowral’s Scott Towner and Penrith’s Darryl Schroder, pipped a talented field to take the biggest pay cheque ever offered at a BREAM event. The BREAM Australian Open was held in Sydney Harbour, with … Continue reading Australian Open Final Results !
See how the 34 teams fared and who made the cut for the final day, and the chance to get the $10, 000. And remember only the top 5 go through to shootout for all that cash, so there’ll be 10 restless anglers trying to sleep tonight. Sydney Harbour BREAM Challenge: Australian Open BREAM Challenge … Continue reading Australian Open Day 2 Results !
Plenty of limits on the first day of the BREAM Australian Open, held in conjunction with the 4WD and Fishing Show at Darling Harbour. Results as follow…. Only the top five teams progress to Day 3, so there’ll be a pile of nervous teams at the weigh-in tomorrow. Prizemoney is now $10,000, $6,000, $5,000, $4,000 … Continue reading Day One BREAM Australian Open Results
Lack of tournament experience didn’t stop first time competitor Wade Eaton from capturing the first round of the NSW BREAM series on the Clyde River at Batemans Bay. Topping a field of talented anglers in tough conditions, Eaton targeted deep fish, while many struggled with the Clyde’s visible but highly spooky bream population. Fishing within … Continue reading Eaton Delves Deep to Dominate Clyde
While Ira’s writing the Press Release for the Walpole BREAM event, here’s a look at the results of the first ever BREAM qualifier where every angler weighed a bream. PRO GRAND FINAL QUALIFIERS 1. Dror Pietsch 10 7.320 2. Stuart Gordon 10 6.615 3. Ian Sewell 10 6.370 4. Alan Zecchin 10 6.355 1. Dror … Continue reading EVERY BREAM-ER CATCHES AT WALPOLE
Temperatures soared and records tumbled during the inaugural Gippsland Lakes BREAM Challenge (Qualifier #1 of the Quintrex National BREAM Series) over the weekend (14-15 February). In an event which saw the all-time Big Bream record broken several times, 53 year-old Pambula (NSW) angler Kaj Busch blitzed the field and finished in first place with a … Continue reading RECORD SMASHING SEASON OPENER AT GIPPSLAND!