THE Hobie Kayak Bream Series presented by Daiwa returns to NSW for the final Australian, Hobie Fishing World Championship qualifying event on September 13 and 14.

St Georges Basin on the NSW south coast will host Round 13 of the series in what is set to be one of the most competitive rounds in Hobie Fishing history. The arena is approximately 40 square kilometres in size with an average depth of five metres and was made a recreational fishing haven in 2002.

Kayak anglers from up and down the coast will descend on the venue, arguably one of the state’s most superb yellowfin bream fisheries, all vying to claim a place at the Hobie "Worlds" in Amsterdam.

The Palm Beach launch location provides easy access to Erowal Bay, Sussex Inlet, Sepulchre and Garden Islands giving anglers plenty of options, from the flats to deeper drop offs or even the artificial reefs, to maximise their chances at a place on the podium.

Don't miss your chance to be one of two lucky anglers from the tournament who will qualify to represent Australia, for the first Worlds ever to be held in Europe. Entrants will be chasing pike, zander and perch against competitors from more than 20 nations on the incredible Vinkeveen Plassen just 20km south of Amsterdam.

Head to for full event details and make sure you get your name on the list to be in with a chance of standing on the podium and qualifying for one of the last spots at the Worlds come October.

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