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Bream Classic

Fishing Categories

Fishing Category Rules

 

 

 

 

 

 

Heaviest Bream Catch & Release - Individuals​​

  • Upsizing is available for all Catch & Release categories.

  • Entrant must be equipped with suitable live fish holding tanks. (An esky size container with adequate water to keep the fish alive).

  • Bream will only be accepted if in a healthy condition upon entry – the official’s ruling is final

  • Bream must measure 28cm or greater to be eligible.

  • Bream are to be taken to the nearest Release Station at the earliest convenience.

  • Upon arrival at the release station, fish are only to be handled by the officials.

  • Officials will tag and release bream entered into the Catch & Release competition.

  • The entrant who catches the Heaviest Bream (Lure Catch & Release) will win a prize to be announced.

  • The Heaviest Bream Lure for 2018 was Wayne Hamilton with a bream weighing 1.520kg.

 

Heaviest Other Species Catch & Release - Individuals

  • Upsizing is available for Catch & Release only.

  • Entrants must be equipped with suitable live fish holding tanks.

  • No Eels, Stingrays or Carp can be submitted into the competition. These will not be accepted.

  • Fish will only be accepted in a healthy condition upon entry – the official’s ruling is final

  • Fish are to be taken to the nearest Release Station at the earliest convenience.

  • Upon arrival at the release station, fish are only to be handled by the officials.

  • Officials will tag and release fish entered into the Other Species Catch & Release competition.

  • The Heaviest Other Species Catch & Release for 2018 was Shaun Donovan with a Mullet weighing .980kg.

Heaviest Bag of Bream Catch & Release - Teams

  • This is a category for Teams of 2 – 4 people.

  • Upsizing is available for Catch & Release categories.

  • Entrant must be equipped with suitable live fish holding tanks. (An esky size container with adequate water to keep the fish alive).

  • Bream will only be accepted if in a healthy condition upon entry – the official’s ruling is final

  • Bream must measure 28cm or greater to be eligible.

  • Bream are to be taken to the nearest Release Station at the earliest convenience.

  • Upon arrival at the release station, fish are only to be handled by the officials.

  • Officials will tag and release bream entered into the Catch & Release competition.

  • Each Team Member may continue to upsize their fish at a designated weigh-station until end of the competition.

  • The Team with the Heaviest Bag of Bream at the close of fishing Sunday will win a prize to be announced.

  • Winners of the Heaviest Bag of Bream Catch & Release for 2018 was the Bolch Family with a total bag weight of 11.03kg.

 

Heaviest Bream Catch & Release  - Kids

  • This is a category for those aged 16 and under.

  • Upsizing is available for all Catch & Release categories.

  • Entrant must be equipped with suitable live fish holding tanks. (An esky size container with adequate water to keep the fish alive).

  • Bream will only be accepted if in a healthy condition upon entry – the official’s ruling is final.

  • Bream must measure 28cm or greater to be eligible.

  • Bream are to be taken to the nearest Release Station at the earliest convenience.

  • Upon arrival at the release station, fish are only to be handled by the officials.

  • Officials will tag and release bream entered into the Catch & Release competition.

  • The winner of the Kids Heaviest Bream Catch and Release for 2018 was Paige Hamilton with a bream weighing 1.385kg.

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Heaviest Kept Bream - Individuals

  • Bream must measure 28cm or greater to be eligible.

  • Entrants may only enter ONE (1) Bream per day into the kept categories.

  • The entrant with the Heaviest Bream at the close of Sunday competition will win a prize to be announced

  • The winner of the Heaviest Kept Bream for 2018 was from team 004 with a bream weighing 1.49kg.

 

Heaviest Kept Other Species - Individuals

  • No Eels, Stingrays or Carp may be submitted into the ‘Other Species’ category. These will not be accepted.

  • The person who weighs in the heaviest kept other species will win a prize yet to be announced.

  • The winner of the heaviest kept ‘other’ species for 2018 was Russell Conway with a Mullet weighing 1.21kg.

 

Heaviest Bag of Bream Kept - Teams

  • This is a category for Teams of 2 - 4 people.

  • Each Team Member may contribute one fish per day toward their team's bag.

  • The Team with the Heaviest ‘kept’ Bag of Bream at the close of fishing Sunday will win a prize for each Team Member to be announced.

  • The winners of the Heaviest ‘kept’ Bag for bream for 2018 was team 004 with a total weight of 7.14kg.​​​

 

Heaviest Kept Bream - Kids

  • This is a category for those aged 16 and under.

  • Bream must measure 28cm or greater to be eligible.

  • Entrants may only enter ONE (1) Bream per day into the kept categories.

  • The winner of the Kids Heaviest ‘Kept’ Bream for 2018 was Jackson Peacock with a bream weighing .940 kg.

 

Heaviest Other Species - Kids

  • No Eels, Stingrays or Carp may be submitted into the competition. These will not be accepted.

  • The Winner of the Kids Heaviest ‘Other’ Species for 2018 was Noah Paterson with a Mullet weighing 1.19kg.

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