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2016 Hobie Kayak Bream Series Calendar

February
Daiwa Round 1 - Bemm River, Victoria

Qualifying Round For The 6th Hobie Fishing World Championship And An Additional International Event (TBA).
Saturday & Sunday6 - 7 FebruaryMore Info & Entry List
Engel Round 2 - Blackwood River, Western Australia

Qualifying Round For The 6th Hobie Fishing World Championship And An Additional International Event (TBA).
Saturday & Sunday27 - 28 February
March
Mortgage Corp Round 3 - Mallacoota, Victoria

Qualifying Round For The 6th Hobie Fishing World Championship And An Additional International Event (TBA).
Saturday & Sunday5 - 6 March
Atomic Round 4 - South Sydney, New South WalesSunday20 March
April
Lowrance Round 5 - Scamander, Tasmania
Qualifying Round For The 6th Hobie Fishing World Championship And An Additional International Event (TBA).
Friday & Saturday22 - 23 April
Strike Pro Round 6 - Swann River, TasmaniaWednesday & Thursday27 - 28 April
May
TT Lures Round 7 - St Georges Basin, New South WalesSunday15 May
June
Rhino-Rack Round 8 - Gold Coast, QueenslandSunday5 June
Berkley Round 9 - Port Macquarie, New South WalesSunday26 June
July
Round 10 - Mandurah, Western AustraliaSaturday & Sunday2 - 3 July
Yamatoyo Round 11 - Lake Macquarie, New South WalesSaturday & Sunday23 - 24 July
August
Hogs Breath Cafe's Round 12 - Wallis Lake, New South Wales

Qualifying Round For The 6th Hobie Fishing World Championship And An Additional International Event (TBA).
Saturday & Sunday27 - 28 August
September
Ecogear Round 13 - Nelson, Victoria / South AustraliaSaturday & Sunday10 - 11 September
October
Power-Pole Round 14 - Bribie Island, QueenslandSaturday & Sunday8 - 9 October
Hobie Kayak Bream Series Australian Championship - QUEENSLAND
Friday, Saturday & Sunday 28 - 30 October

Subject to change and permit requirements

Huskisson New South Wales – 16/09/15 The tournament calendar for the Daiwa 2016 Hobie Kayak Bream Series, casts off in it’s 7th year with a return to one and two day events that will feature Hobie Fishing State Titles, Hobie Fishing World Championship and Australian Championship qualifying rounds. The series will venture to new and exciting waterways as well as revisiting some tournament favourites!

Partnering once again with ABT, Daiwa, Berkley, Atomic, Lowrance, Rhino-Rack, Strike Pro, Austackle, TT Lures, Yamatoyo, Ecogear, Power-Pole, Mortgage Corp, and Hog’s Breath Cafe we have put together what is going to be an incredible season for Kayak Bream Tournaments!

The 2016 series will kick off at one of Victoria’s favourite Bream Fisheries, targeting the “bruiser blacks” of Bemm River, Victoria in what is definitely going to be an event not to be missed!

From Bemm the series will travel across the across the Nullarbor not once but twice in what is Australia’s only truly “National” Kayak Series.  Western Australia will see rounds at two of WA’s favourite bream fisheries Blackwood River and Mandurah.

Victorian favourite, Mallacoota, a proven Mecca for kayak anglers, will once again host another epic round before we head across the Tasman, for the first time since 2013. A sensational week of Tasmanian Bream fishing will kick off in Scamander on the north east coast before we head south to Swan River for the second of two, two day tournaments to round out an incredible week on the “Apple Isle”.

New South Wales has a raft of one and two day rounds taking in Lake Macquarie, Port Macquarie, St Georges Basin, Wallis Lake and South Sydney in what is sure to keep the New South Welshmen happy.

The season’s penultimate round is way down south on the Victoria, South Australia border, at Nelson in early September.  From here we journey thousands of kilometres north to Queensland for the final Australian Championship qualifying round at Bribie Island.

Queensland will not only host rounds on the Gold Coast and pristine waters of Bribie Island but the Sunshine State will also be the location of the 2016 Hobie Kayak Bream Series Australian Championship! The location of the Championship will be announced later in the year.

 

It’s going to be yet another sensational year on the Hobie kayak fishing tournament scene with enough rounds to keep everyone happy,  For full details check out the calendar below or head to hobiefishing.com.au

See you on the water!