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METHODS FOR CATCHING SNAPPER

Heavily affected by barometric pressure, the spring time snapper bite is dictated by pressure systems as well as tide changes. Get these in conjunction with one another and your in with a fair chance, get em’ wrong and its baked beans for dinner.

Ultimate Kayak Jetangler

The JetAngler by Aquanami is a revolutionary motorized kayak that can carry 2 passengers with a total weight limit of 160kg (350 lbs). It allows you to fish, hunt, explore, travel and rescue where only kayaks can go yet has the range of a power boat.

The Dillon Bush Equation

“A spinnerbait is just a spinnerbait.” Oh how I loathe this hollow line so commonly preached by the ever-growing band

Baysport 600 Offshore(2019 sneak peak) + Yamaha F150hp 4-Stroke

Baysport Boats are the biggest selling fibreglass boat brand for the last 9 years in Queensland, and during that time they have been getting better and better.

Flathead On Soft Vibes

To target flathead your vibe needs to find its way into their zone and that’s the bottom. Soft vibes have

Let’s Go Crabbing

When the fish aren’t biting , go crabbing . That’s what Gary Earl does and in this article Gary passes on his knowledge in crabbing and to remember the rules when crabbing

Entering the Strike Zone

The strike zone is different for different species and becoming familiar with each fishes preferred strike zone is a big key to success.

Estuary Perch Secrets

The cooler winter months might not be as exciting as summer but there are a few bonuses. One of them is targeting estuary perch!

Yellowfin Bream

Take a closer look at the little Aussie battler, the Yellowfin bream (Acanthopagrus australis). Considered by many as a timid

Huge Drum Net Confiscated

Last weekend our Swan Hill Fisheries Officers received a tip-off about this enormous illegal drum net

Just Add Water New Reef

Great news for far south coast fishers with the completion of the Merimbula Bay artificial reef in September. The reef consists of two enormous steel pinnacles installed approximately 100 meters apart, in 30 metres of water. These mammoth structures weigh in at over 90 tonnes each