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Series 7 of the Australian Fishing Championships featured more anglers and more fishing action than ever before. Filmed across a variety of Queensland's premier bream, bass and Barramundi arenas.


In a positive format change, AFC now features three teams instead of four, but two anglers per species. That means that there's six barra pros, six bass guns and six bream specialists on the water for each of the respective species.


As always, every fish landed in the AFC is released alive and caught on artificial lures.




ABT - Bass, Bream & Barra


Never content to rest on its laurels ABT in 2011 decided to take the tournament scene to the next level with a host of firsts, changes and, as always, improvements. Format changes, technological advancements and the supersizing of payouts and prizes are all in-store for anglers from 2011.






NSW Bassin Tournaments provides you with the chance to get a feel for competition fishing. Tournament fishing is exciting and a great way to meet new people.

Friendly, social tournament series where 2 mates , a father & son, mother & daughter , husband & wife (not advisable) can all fish together. It's a stepping stone to more competitive fishing tournaments, a great learning curve, you will have fun, meet new people and make friends for life.





In 2010 the addition of Shimano to the existing Southern Bream Series has increased the profile of the South coast Bream fishing scene.


Points are awarded for a win and the top anglers go through to the Grand Final in October. Qualifying format will be highest point scoring teams.








Following on from the hugely successful Berkley Summer Series of recent years, Berkley joined forces with BRP Australia to make a new competition and in early 2010 announced the Berkley Evinrude Teams Series. The series now features six qualifying one day rounds in some of the finest New South Wales bream fisheries with a huge Grand Final held on Sydney Harbour, fought over two days with a sensational finish arena at the 2011 Sydney Boat Show.