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Connor Rooks of Yamba with a bream he caught during the recent Tim The Bream Fishing Classic. Image: Contributed.

Tim The Bream is still out there somewhere

Connor Rooks of Yamba with a bream he caught during the recent Tim The Bream Fishing Classic. Image: Contributed.
Connor Rooks of Yamba with a bream he caught during the recent Tim The Bream Fishing Classic. Image: Contributed.

 

While the $10,000 for ‘Tim the Bream’ fishing classic is now off the table due to the event being done and dusted, there still remains a $250 voucher incentive to keep the dream going until he or one of his siblings is caught.
Organiser of the event Yamba president Vic Doe said they were still keen to hear from anyone who catches one of their tagged competition fish.
“We still have a $250 voucher available for the first person who catches one of the tagged bream dead or alive so people know we really tagged the fish.
And as sustainable competition organisers we also think its good for fisheries to know where the fish was caught.
We were really happy with the numbers of registered anglers and families who turned up for the weekend and participated in the event to”. Mr Doe said.
Mr Doe said Yamba Rotary will be running the

event at the same time next year and to stay update with information go to their Facebook page.
If you are lucky enough to land one of the tagged fish contact Tim The Bream contest registrar Gayle Doe on 0417 002 682.

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