Shimano 2015 Reel It In Flathead Challenge Day 2




Shimano Reel It In Flathead Challenge

The Kaydo Dash 4 Cash was just a warm up for some of the teams, as the inaugural Shimano Reel It In Flathead Challenge kicked off the following day , Saturday 14 November at Mallacoota for 2 days of chasing Flathead . Although the weather was on our side , the Big Lizards did not come out to play on the weekend. The teams enjoyed 2 days of fishing for Flathead with the aim for this challenge, best 10 Flathead over the 2 days , and the competition was firing up . Congratulations to all who entered and won , and it was great to be there and enjoy the challenge .

Here’s the Top 5 teams from the 2015 SHIMANO REEL IT IN FLATHEAD CHALLENGE

1st LIZARD TAMER. 1045 pts
2nd DUFFRODS. 990 pts
3rd DUSKY BUSTERS 981pts
4th TSURIBAKA TACKLE. 968 pts
5th HOOKED ON PLASTICS. 958 pts

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