Video: Sea-Doo Adventure Fishing Tournament of New Zealand


While winter is in effect here in the states, over in New Zealand things are warming up and they have just wrapped up their annual Sea-Doo King Of Adventure Fishing Tournament.

The event begins by staging all participants in a line aboard their watercraft and with a shotgun style start, the riders race off from the starting line.  For the 18th annual event this year, there were over 20 Sea-Doo Fish Pro participants as well as numerous other watercraft riders.

The results are in for this year’s tournament which includes tallies for the men’s, women’s, and kid’s brackets.  Overall, it was Daniel Michev who took the trophy for Sea-Doo King heaviest snapper catch, weighing in at 5.30 kilograms.

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For more information, check out the full results below.
Berkley Women’s Heaviest Snapper, 1st Andrea Ungerer 4.75kg
Daiwa Kids Heaviest Snapper, 1st Milan Wilson 1.80kg, 2nd Ryan Johnson 1.55kg, Tekaea Doolan 1.35kg
Action Sports Direct Heaviest Kahawai, 1st Mark Greenfield 1.45kg, 2nd and 3rd Prize by lucky draw
GFAB Trailers Heaviest “other’ Species, Mark Greenfield 3.35kg (Trevally) 2nd and 3rd Prize by lucky draw
Woodbine Marine Heaviest Kingfish Prizes all by lucky draw
Legend of Adventure Fishing (most species) x 3, Mark Greenfield
Sea-Doo KING Heaviest Snapper overall. 1st Daniel Michev 5.30kg, 2nd Andrea Ungerer 4.75kg, 3rd Andrew Goodman 4.10kg, 4th Jonathan Abiva 3.65kg, 5th Eddie Braun 3.15kg
Sea-Doo Average Weight Snapper Winner 1.71kg Sean Wilson
Sea-Doo Mystery Weight Snapper Winner 2.92kg Steve Harford
Advantage Cars SSA Mag & Tyre Draw, Martin Koning
GFAB Trailers Lucky Draw, Ryan Johnson

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Brice Leckrone

Brice Leckrone

Brice is a Mechanical Engineer for 33% of the day and a PWC enthusiast for 100% of the day. When he is not at work or at the farmhouse with his wife and countless animals, he likes to be on the water. Having evolved from motorcycles and race cars that go way too fast for a married man, he now likes to ride watercraft that go way too fast for a married man.

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