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lamd10
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new to the ABT

Post by lamd10 » Wed Jan 11, 2012 10:11 pm

im looking to fish in my first abt bream tournament at the gold coast this year but in not sure how much it costs, i know its a $50 registration fee but how much if for each comp. Also do i need to bring my own PFD.

ps: i will be a non - boater

thank you in advance.

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Re: new to the ABT

Post by nathanl » Thu Jan 12, 2012 7:41 am

Yes its a $50 registration fee to join ABT then it is $100 per competition fishing as a non boater to fish the qualifiers. Yes you wil have to provide your own PFD and be self sufficient for the two days in terms of food, drinks, tackle etc. There is a few posts and articles around on the website detailing experiences and the dos and donts as a non boater which are worth a read.

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Nathan

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Re: new to the ABT

Post by Dodgyback » Thu Jan 12, 2012 9:48 am

There is no Goldcoast ABT comp this year. Just Bribie and Tweed.
I still hate Flathead

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Re: new to the ABT

Post by Drewy » Thu Jan 12, 2012 9:54 am

Good luck with the comps lamd10, you can land some great rides fishing as a non-boater and get to learn from some seriously good anglers. :)

I always suggest just 3-4 rods and a small amount of tackle to keep the fishing area clean and neat. There normally isnt a real need to carry a huge tackle box as a non-boater, just enough for a days fishing.

Cheers
Drew

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Re: new to the ABT

Post by Jparatore » Tue Jan 17, 2012 10:59 am

hi guys
i am looking at entering competions this year with my kayak.
could anyone pease give me some tips or post some photos on setting up a live well
thanks

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