It was a script that couldn't have been written any better in Hollywood with Team Daiwa's Jesse Rotin and Kate Callow producing an exceptional display of fishing to come from 3rd place to claim victory by just 20 grams with 10/10 bream for 9.52kg
2nd Place went to Team Samurai Rods Dan Mackrell and Declan Betts who weighed in 10/10 Bream for 9.50kg
3rd Place went to Team Lowrance Millerod's Paul Malov and Alex Franchuk who weighed in 10/10 Bream for 8.98kg
The Sunline Best Bag with a day 1 leading bag of 5/5 bream for 5.23kg went to Team Catchin's Mitchell Blomquist and Scott Scicluna.
The JML Anglers Alliance Big Bream went to Team EGM Revisited's Paul and Justin Conn with their 1.56kg monster Yellowfin bream.
With such a close field The Hurricane Monster Movers Prize was hotly contested, but with a cracking day 2 bag of 5/5 bream for 5.16kg Team Savage Trailer's Doug Phayer and Jim Blazewski moved a huge 30 places up the leader board to finish in 9th place and take out the Hurricane Monster Movers prize along the way.
While the weather at Mallacoota was harsh the fishing was exceptional and the anglers were rewarded for braving the elements. I just want to thanks all the anglers for making the journey to Mallacoota to fish the tournament as you made it a great weekend. A huge thanks to Daiwa and East Gippsland Shire for sponsoring the event along with all our amazing sponsors and finally last but not least to the township of Mallacoota and the Mallacoota Hotel for always greeting the anglers and Vic Bream Classic team with open arms. We can't wait to get back.