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Atomic GGS 38 Crank

by Tom Deer The Atomic 38 crank in GGS colour is my go to lure when chasing black bream although I do make a slight modification. In order to gain distance to the cast and to get the lure to suspend I often glue 1/2 a small split shot to the underside of the lure. […]

Walking the Walk

by Luke Galea “Walking the walk” – In other words setting foot in a meandering freshwater river bed and trekkin it. It would have to be my favourite type of fishing. The fish are never of a size or quantity off the Richter Scale, its physically demanding – but at the end of the day, […]

Forster Breaming – Essential Lures

by Matt Cameron Forster on the NSW mid north coast has the reputation for being one of the state’s premier estuaries, and for good reason. Many trophy bream, whiting, flathead, luderick and more have been taken from the flats and weed beds of Wallis Lake, but it’s the thousands of oyster racks and the lure…

Crankin It Up

by Luke Galea Recently my mate Joe and I went exploring up a freshwater creek neither of us had ever fished before. I identified the likely stretch of creek from google earth the night before and I was reasonably confident we were going to lock horns with at least a few fish. The section of […]

Hobie Kayak Bream Series Georges River

by Andrew Death The Georges River in the southern suburbs of Sydney was the location for the most recent of the Hobie Kayak Bream Series. This has been a highly anticipated round with the top two places from this round being offered the chance to fish in the Hobie Worlds Fishing Competition later this year […]

Wading the Flats

by Zac Skyring Wading the flats is one of my favourite ways of fishing in summer. Being able to sight cast big ‘elbow slapper’ whiting and quality size bream in shallow water always serves itself for an awesome days fishing.  When on the flats my favourite way to fish is with surface lures or shallow […]

Get Crankin

By Andrew Badullovich I love catching bream on hard-bodied lures, and the most effective method that I have come across on the far south coast of NSW is slow rolling an Atomic Crank 38 mid, through the shallows. The shallow estuarine flats are great locations to target bream, flathead and whiting; however, the fish can be quite timid […]

Team Gamakatsu Atomic win the 2013 ABT Bream Classic Championship

Paul Malov fishing with his father Alex Franchuk have recently beaten 67 other teams from all around Australia, to take out the season ending ABT Bream Classic Championship which was held at Mallacoota on November 5&6 2013. After a solid pre-fish, catching 6-8 legal fish and leaving a number of areas un-touched, due to previous […]