Winter doesn’t mean putting away the fishing gear – Part 2

As the alarm clock sounds you wake and roll over to see 3:30am on the screen. Feeling as though you

Winter doesn’t mean putting away the fishing gear – Part 1

Cooler weather does not mean putting the fishing gear away as there are still exceptional fishing opportunities to be had throughout these cooler months.

Gearing up for Snapper Season

The Snapper season is just around the corner for Victorian anglers and Jarrod Day this month gets us geared up and ready for when the reds come on the bite

The Coming Winter Fishing at its Best

Obviously they are not fisherman because the cooler months are some of the most productive and with a blend of local and transient species moving in to spawn ….

No Sounder, No Worries: Fishing Without Technology

  In these modern times just about everyone takes advantage of the advanced electronic devises we’re constantly surrounded with. From

Bridge Lizards: Flathead Around The Pylons

Some of the best fish attracting structure is the manmade variety. Unlike many other human exploits, constructions around estuaries, bays

Estuary Kayak Trolling

Trolling for estuary species in a Kayak hey. I think Jamie Robley may be onto something. This could be something

Flathead Fishin’ Made Easier

The humble flathead has been written about for years the how too and the how nots seem to come up

Flathead The Old Fashioned Way

Catching flathead the old fashion way on bait has been one of my great past times. As I was growing

Dusky Facts

When you think of targeting big flathead few anglers would consider heading to Sydney Harbour but as Al McGlashan points out

Cracking the Flathead Code

At the local tackle store I often see the mistakes people make when using soft plastics and the most common is

Winter Yakking

Winter may be here , but that doesn’t stop us Kayak Fishing . Jamie Robley prepares us for winter yakking

Flathead Tactics – Jamie Robley’s pro advice

Those Problematic Flathead If we rated various species of fish on how difficult they are to catch, the humble flathead

Winter Whiting Special

  Around ten years ago a small band of anglers who regularly chased bream and flathead with lures in east

Quintrex Dory Blade 520 + Yamaha F60hp 4-Stroke boat review

Looking for a tinnie great for crab fishermen and large tinnie fans out there because this is the king of all ninnies….

Luck Or Skill?

If you know John Didge you will also know that he has lots of questions but he also has lots

Pursuit Sports Fishing Part 2

Every year the run of pelagic sport fish,especially Spanish Mackerel and Tuna sees anglers heading to the northern cliffs.Watch as Tim Lee captures the….

A Little Angling Luck

Fishing is just luck? As Rod MacKenzie explains in this article, there are skills involved when catching big fish in snags

Fishing’s three second window

Rod MacKenzie will have your grey matter ticking as he separates fact from fiction in relation to the thought patterns of fish.

TROLLING THE ZEREK TANGO SHAD

The Tango Shad, since its release almost three years ago, has carved a reputation as one of the best flathead lures available. Its small profile, its ability to swim….

Top 3 Sounder Settings You Should Know About

A “depth sounder” is used to determine the bottom depth, structure, water temperature, rock location, bottom hardness etc. All these factors come into play when finding fish, especially……

Offshore Fun

Peter Le Blang makes catching Dolphin Fish easy with this informative article about using water and FADs to your advantage. With all

Spanish Mackeral and Wahoo at Flinders and Hutchies

Frank Oostenbroek has fished some great places and his description of fishing Flinders and Hutchies is nothing short of magnificent

Brisbane River Threadfin Salmon

As Winter approaches, the water starts to cool and the schools of King Threadfin Salmon and Mulloway thin out in the deeper water around the Port of Brisbane,

Big Tides and Barramundi

Don’t get put off fishing for Barra in big tides. Fishing in these conditions can be used to your advantage!

Poppers in the North

Fishing with Poppers for pelagics might look easy, but as Ben Knaggs explains it can be a little tricky. He

Soft Plastics, Blades or Hard Bodied Artificials. What to use?

Decision, decisions, decisions! Gary Brown delivers some of the answers to these decisions .This is a dilemma that many an angler will have when they next go for a fish when using artificials.

Fishing the Flats with Light Tackle

Scott Bradley is from the Fraser Coast area of Queensland. He regularly walks the flats using his light gear and

Top Water Turmoil

Be it a school of salmon in the south, queenfish up north or tuna in the east or west, seeing a bubbling school of fish actively feeding on the surface gets every angler’s blood boiling with adrenalin.

Chasing Tuna in New South Wales

The Winter months off Sydney and the South Coast of NSW are the prime time to target the schools of bluefin and yellowfin tuna that can be found off our coastline.