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.

The Humble Squid

Gary Brown delves into in the Humble Squid in this article and provides you with everything you need to know , from tackle, techniques and cooking !

Trolling Hard Bodied Lures–Fishing Deepwater Part 3

What is flat line trolling? Simply tying your selected lure onto your leader and towing it behind your boat at any given distance using either your main motor or electric…..

Deepwater Lure Fishing Part 2 – Upriver Bridges

In part 1, Mark Saxon discussed fishing the downriver deep water sections of our rivers and mostly based it on structure

Deep Water Lure Fishing

Winter action on our breakwalls is something Mark Saxon gets very excited about. As a professional guide, he knows how to catch those

Bream by Kayak

When it comes to casting lures for bream, there are three types of platform from which we can do it, one is catching bream by kayak.

The Search for Jungle Perch

Trekking for countless kilometres through steep and unforgiving terrain, you push through dense vegetation and climb over large, slippery boulders.

2 x Yellowfin 7600 Southerner + Yamaha F250 4-Stroke with all the fruit + workshop fitout

We have not one, but two Yellowfin 7600 Southerns going through the workshop this week which are absolutely kitted out with the best electronics on the market. What absolute weapons these packages are, especially designed by some very experienced owners who have owned many boats throughout their life.

The Migration And Life Cycle Of Snapper

For many years the migration and life cycle of snapper stocks were a mystery, however, a determined research effort by scientists at Victoria’s Marine Science laboratory solved the mystery. A few years back I interviewed fisheries scientist Paul Hamer, who said snapper spawned in…..

Crays and Crabs

WARNING! WARNING! WARNING! This article is juicy and will have you salivating! Dan Kaggelis takes you through the best terrain to

River Fishing Basics – Your Guide To Catching More Estuary Fish

Every time I hit a new town with a river system in it, I’ve got to fish it no matter how big or how small it is. If it looks fishy, I’m in….

BREAM CREEKOLOGY

In the deepest darkest backwaters of an estuary, is where you will find Jamie Robley targeting bream. Join him as

It’s a Prawn Thing Live Shrimp

This lure catapulted to the top of the charts and, after more than 5 years on the market, still maintains its place at the top of the heap….

Winter Snapper Tactics

Lubin Pfieffer takes us on a winter snapper mission in South Australia, sharing his fishing methods and tactics. During the

Winter Blue Nose Bream

Hello and welcome to one of the coldest periods of fishing in a very long time. Many anglers around Australia

Hot Spot in Pittwater

Peter Le Blang is giving away his secret spot in Pittwater to give you tips on how to fish your

Fishing with Insight

Gary Earl introduces us to his fishing back yard, the Hunter Coast and Upper Hunter Valley Waters, and shares with

Cool Weather Bass

Taking the time to sound around an area is very important and plays a crucial role in successfully locating schooled bass, the next step is figuring out a lure and technique that the bass will respond to.

Unlocking Any Islands Secrets

Just like each and every angler has his or her favourite rod, reel or secret spot, many also have a favourite island destination to fish. A hugely popular choice for fisher-folk to wet a line, islands provide a diverse range of fishing options and, in essence, act as giant fish attracting devices.

Codzilla

A Hobby That Went Wrong  When I first asked Eddie Studman how the Koolabung lure range come to be he

Squidgie’s Guide To Flathead, Bream & Whiting

Last month I talked about targeting fish in new areas, places you have not previously fished. This month we focus

Catching BIG Winter Bream

In the last ten to fifteen years the humble bream have gone from a bread and butter species that have been targeted by anglers for decades using packet prawns and live nippers, to one of the most prolific and highly…..

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