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Old 15-02-2017, 09:49 PM
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Getaway Outdoors WA Kayak Classic Atomic Rnd 3 Murray River List

Round 3 of the Getaway Outdoors Kayak classic season is on the 18th June 2017

This round will be held on the Murray River an hours drive to the south of Perth, renowned for big and very angry bream this arena is always a very popular one. The Murray river provides plenty of opportunities to fish canals, flats or timber. The serpentine river is accessible and also provides some exceptional fishing at times, anglers also have the option to head into the town canals if they are up for the long paddle. The options are endless.

The pre fish ban for this event will commence on the 12th of June.

If you would like to enter this round please get your entry in ASAP.

If you would like to enter and pay on the day you will have to let us know that you will be attending prior to the event.

Rules for this event can be found here
http://www.breammaster.com/forum/showthread.php?t=67432

The entry form can be found here http://www.westoz.fish/wp-content/up...try-form-2.pdf

Once you click on the above link it will open in your browser, you will then need to open the pdf with Adobe Reader so that you can fill it in and e mail it online.

There will be a small snack pack provided on the day as well as a breakfast of bacon and eggs (fire restriction dependent) as well as cereal tea and coffee in the morning.

Entries will only be confirmed once we have received a completed entry form and full payment.

For more info and chat on this event also check out the WA Bream Classics Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TheWesternA...azine/?fref=nf

If you have any questions or would like an entry form e mailed to you please feel free to contact us at wafm@westnet.com.au

Please do not send PM's, IM's, facebook messages or anything other than e mails or phone calls as unfortunately we may miss your request.

Any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Getaway Outdoors WA Kayak Classic Z-Man Rnd 3 Entry List


1. Mark Firth
2. Ben Oakes
3. Paul Williams
4. Jenny Gardner
5. Joseph Gardner
6. Massimo Salomone
7. Jesse Choy
8. Steve Owens
9. Shane Owens
10. Darren Meeson
11. Jeff Corkill
12. Ian Abercromby
13. Craig Leatt-Hayter
14. Stu May
15. Robert Sgambelluri
16. Matt Williams
17. Michelle Pardini
18. Robert Cockshutt
19. Alex Greisdorf
20. Brad Gange
21. Mirek Soucek
22. Hamish McNabb
23. Eric Chong
24. Jon Field
25. Dave Wallace
26. Stuart McCarthy
27. Rene van Doorn
28. Andy Mitchell
29. Hudson Kent
30. Lionel Mundri
31. Paul Siemaszko
32. Robert Peach
33. Brad Patman
34. Tom Harders
35. Brendon Knowles
36. Matt McCarthy
37. Joe Franco
38. Graeme Kovacevich
39. Suzie Siranovic
40. Didier Blanquart
41. Colin Peasey

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John Sorrell
Sean Higgins
Kim Mcintyre
Brett Dowsett
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Just above the entry list is says round 2 but its actually round 3
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Says Round 3 now...
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Old 21-05-2017, 09:27 PM
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Stick me on the list Ian
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Stick me on the list Ian
Let's get you your first comp fish!
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Let's get you your first comp fish!
that's the idea!
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Going to be a real challenge finding fish with all this stuff on the news/social media
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Certainly nothing good about it at all, however seems to happen every year now.
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Old 27-05-2017, 08:17 AM
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Have send you another entry form Ian, since it didn't arrive last time.
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May want to rethink the Murray as a venue - thousands of dead bream in the river since Wednesday last week - looked to be a 100% kill - 1cm bream to 45cm bream. Will take months if not years to recover.
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Old 29-05-2017, 10:14 AM
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Aye was out there today. Had a look everywhere was dead bream even seen some mulloway too
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May want to rethink the Murray as a venue - thousands of dead bream in the river since Wednesday last week - looked to be a 100% kill - 1cm bream to 45cm bream. Will take months if not years to recover.

Personally I wouldn't re-think anything other than tactics, we may as well not do comps if we want to change the venue when something doesn't go our way. 2016 Kayak Grand Final for example, crazy weather but the show goes on!!! It breeds champions and separates boys from men, people who take it how it is and people who want all conditions favourable. I can guarantee you that if it goes ahead, which it most probably will, you will be surely proven wrong that there is no fish there. A 100% fish kill is beyond insanity - people just need to re-evaulate their archaic ways of thinking and try new things.. Actually pre-fish for a start, not going by what their mate who only uses z man motor oils said, go pre-fish different areas to see for themselves rather than going by social media. Especially since a few people have been finding fish.. It just goes to show people need to rise/harden up. A study was done which showed that breeders which are clued to certain lures, have spawn which also inherit this knowledge to some extent; thus making them smarter as time goes on. Much like this, they also attain resistances to disease and shock depending on what sort of genetics they have. The fish are not all dead, they just need a smart angler to find them.
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Unfortunately about all the dead fish

But do agree with Deathpact2003
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I did find Fish last Sunday but very little and I will find more this weekend and next.. ps well said deathpacts .
Last Sunday was the best pre fish in 2 years up river pass murray bend... 4x32+ and 2 x 40 plus i drop.
I notice them that they were in groups and moving fast.. and wanted the grubs in a fast retrive action.
Got a fish finder you will do well on the day.
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