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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. […]

Atomic Prong wins First Comp for Connor Duffy



“It was no ABT but hey, we all started somewhere” You could say the release of my “Sight Casting Big Bream on Atomic Hardz Bream Shads” video has sparked my addiction to competition style fishing. After receiving praise from anglers and a local Sport Fishing Club (the hosts of the Corio Bay Classic), I was […]

Getting the Most out of a Deep Bite



by Dan Mackrell Down here in ‘not so sunny’ Victoria the bream fishing in winter is in stark contrast to the conditions faced during the warmer months. Gone is the clear, warm water and with the cooler temperatures and increase in rainfall conditions change quickly. The systems dirty up, water temperature plummet and the humble […]

Changing Plans Delivers 1st at Ballina Marineland Bream Classic



by Zac Skyring Last weekend saw the annual Ballina Marineland Bream Classic held on the Richmond River. Our pre fish two days before had found very few quality fish in the lower reaches. The run in tide was producing extremely clear water so fish were timid and hard to find. We had previously nailed some […]

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 […]

Big Bream, No Worries…



by Grayson Fong As many of my followers know, my proximity to Redcliffe Peninsula just north of Brisbane, has yielded a soft spot for me over the years. It’s unpredictability for different species, big and small gives me the itch to get out there and see what I can catch. Being a east facing peninsula, […]

Versatile Vibe



by Aaron Sharp Chasing bream on Atomic Semi Hardz Vibes is a lot of fun, in fact I’d say it is now one of my favourite bream lures. During my last trip to the Clarence River, a location where I’ve had great success on Atomic Metals before, I thought I’d change it up and start […]

Bread and Butter



by Luke Galea There is no time like the present to head out and target some bread and butter species. They may be lack-lustre in the fighting stakes when compared to say “old bucket mouth Barra”, however, their prolific nature and high edibility prowess gives rise to them being a worthy adversary to target. Species […]

Technique: Tapping the Slack, Atomic Shiner 45



By Dan Mackrell With the first rays of sunlight creeping through and having just positioned myself perfectly with the electric motor, I checked the drag to ensure I had adequate pressure to pull any fish out of structure as quickly as possible. First cast was a bit wide so I feathered the spool to stop […]

Black bream on Atomic K9 pups



By Paul Malov It’s late January on Victoria’s south west coast, the water has warmed up, light winds and plenty of feisty black bream about that are ready to hit surface lures with aggression. On this day, i chose to fish these small surface lures on 3lb straight through Unitika fluorocarbon. The reason I chose […]