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EJ Todd/Humminbird Leads the Garmin Rumble.

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Friday, September 1, 2017

Team Humminbird/EJ Todd currently leads the Garmin Rockhampton Rumble after session one, as the anglers are still working out solid patterns on the Fitzroy River.Team Humminbird/EJ Todd currently leads the Garmin Rockhampton Rumble after session one, as the anglers are still working out solid patterns on the Fitzroy River.

Team Humminbird/EJ Todd currently leads the Garmin Rockhampton Rumble after session one, as the anglers 

Team Humminbird/EJ Todd currently leads the Garmin Rockhampton Rumble presented by Lucky Craft and Sunline after session one, as the anglers are still working out solid patterns on the Fitzroy River.

Karim with a solid start to the day.

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Griffiths with a solid silver barra.

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With high expectations heading out this morning, many of the teams felt a 10 fish limit would be very easy to achieve, but after session one only 3 teams managed a full 10 barra limit.

Anderson with a chunky barra.

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MacLean with one of the limit caught today.

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In second place, last years Sunline and Lucky Craft Champions, The Fitzroy Phoenix is only 70cms behind with the current Team of the Year Bass Mafia/Strike King not far behind in 3rd place.

Millard with a nice low tide barra.

The current big barra of the event is in the hands of Asakura Lures at 91cm, but with 30 plus degrees forecast for tomorrow and an improving bite period, we feel the best is yet to come in the next 2 days.

Mick Weick from Asukura had to fish alone, so got this barra selfy.

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Current Standings

Position Team Name Partner One Partner Two State Session One Sessione Two Session Three Total Big Barra
1 Humminbird/EJ Todd Craig Griffiths Karim De Ridder QLD 668 0 0 668 78
2 The Fitzroy Phoenix Quintin MacLean Nathan Anderson QLD 598 0 0 598 79
3 Team Bass Mafia/Strike King Jon Millard Ethan Farrell QLD 578 0 0 578
4 Team Lucky CraftEdge Rods Steve Lill Colin Brett QLD 517 0 0 517 85
5 Somerset Tackle Robbie Rayner Rhyce Bullimore QLD 435 0 0 435
6 Rocky Refridgeration/Bass Mafia Mitch Anderson Shane W Day QLD 398 0 0 398
7 Asakura Lures Mick Weick Keith Stanford QLD 376 0 0 376 91
8 Team Hazard Laurie Carlill Peter Judas QLD 291 0 0 291
9 Salty Tackle/Murphy Lures Richard Hughes Andrew Harris QLD 282 0 0 282
10 Team Sunline Mick Slade Morgan MacIntyre QLD 275 0 0 275
11 Wagon Wheel Tim Higgns Gavin Gaw QLD 267 0 0 267 84
12 Bluefin Sports/Yamaha Paul Thompson Luke Foster QLD 251 0 0 251 81
13 Triton Boats/Edge Rods Rick Napier Dustin Sippel QLD 244 0 0 244
14 Barraadiction Andrew Harrison Charlie Prow QLD 242 0 0 242
15 Archer Bros Cale Archer Nathan Archer QLD 112 0 0 112
16 Slow Rollers Nathan Hooton Bryan Pisani QLD 74 0 0 74
17 Jem Lures  Jeff Harris Mark Harris QLD 67 0 0 67
18 Master Cabinets Glen Boyes Dale Smith QLD 56 0 0 56
19 Babes, Beer and Barra Brendan Pollard Mark Gifford QLD 52 0 0 52
20 Filthy Oars Benjamin Wyvill Derrick Saw QLD 49 0 0 49
21 Milton Mangoes Michael Waters Jeff Dyne QLD 0 0 0 0
21 Tackleworld Rockhampton Ben Gilbertson Ben Weston QLD 0 0 0 0
21 Anchor Management  Evan Matthews Jeff Harding QLD 0 0 0 0
21 SP Lures Rick Forrest Andy Talbot QLD 0 0 0 0
21 Gracemere Hotel Damien Fraser Brendan Bell QLD 0 0 0 0