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Teams aplenty at SSBS Tuross Round

“WOW, how cold is it?” was the catchcry of anglers fishing the seventh round of the Squidgy Southern Bream Series for 2011.

After days of rain and wind the day of competition in late July was fairly calm (if a little cold) for the 71 teams that took part in the Tuross round.

With 14 brave anglers competing in the kayak division, Samiki’s Jason Meech took out first place with 3/3 1.45kg bag. Jason’s bag also contained the Hobie Fishing Big Bream, a 0.625kg specimen.

Second place went to Team Hobie Fishing/Lox Rods Stewart Dunn with the only other 3/3 bag weighing 0.905kg. Rounding out the top three was Jonathan Chen with a 1/3 0.600kg bag. Special mention goes to Wayne Robinson on his fourth place 1/3 0.295kg.

The boating section saw 57 teams take to the water.

Stray Dogs/Tackleworld Nowra’s team of Johnny Nolan and Andy Parry were victors on the day with a 5/5 2.235kg bag. Johnny also secured the Damiki/Evinrude Big Bream prizes with a 0.890kg bream.

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Jonny Nolan took out the Damiki/Evinrude Big Bream prize

Second place went to team Mako eyewear, Andrew Baoullivch and Gavin Buttsworth, with a 5/5 2.190kg bag. Third place went to Shimano 2, Wal Balzan and Tom McLean, with a 5/5 2.155kg bag.

Full results are available at http://www.ssbs.basinlureandfly.org.au/ssbs-news/r7-2011-%e2%80%93-tuross-river-weigh-in/

This month sees the Squidgy Southern Bream Series head to Mallacoota for the first two day round of the calendar on Saturday and Sunday, 20th and 21st August. This round will be the last of the qualifying rounds for 2011 and full details and entry forms are available on the official website.

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