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Knot Tips Talk : Why You Should Use A Snell Knot

The advantages of using a snell knot instead other knots…

David Seaman

About David Seaman

David was born in the Riverina town of Wagga Wagga and was introduced to fishing and his first catch at the age of 4 along the banks of the Murrumbidgee River. At 14 he secured a regular column with Fishing News and a year later had his first article published in Fishing World. It’s been almost 4 decades since David penned his first publish article and through those years has contributed to almost every significant fishing and outdoor publication, both freelance and commissioned.

David was the first fishing writer in the country to regularly incorporate underwater images of fish, lures and habitat in his articles to better illustrate the world of the angler and the fish they chase. As a writer/photographer and illustrator David has worked on many collective works such as Better Fishing series, ABT Tournament Guide, How to fish with Dick Lewers, and magazines such as, Saltwater Fishing, Sport Fishing, Freshwater Fishing, Modern Fishing, FishLife and produced and filmed the acclaimed Wild River Bass DVDs.

David’s cameras are as much a part of his fishing gear as his rods and reels, and he strives to push the creative boundaries of his photographs, above and below the water.

David is brand advocate of Abu Garcia, Berkley, Lowrance.

www.droplizardmedia.com.au

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Tackle Talk : Rod Storage In Your Kayak

Bill Dunn, Kaydo’s Kayak enthusiast, talks about Rod Storage on Kayaks. There is obviously limited space on Kayaks when fishing , so having the best option for Rod Storage on your Kayak and keeping them in good condition is what this weeks Tackle Talk is all about

Bill Dunn

About Bill Dunn

Me....well my first fishing memories are at lakes Entrance and Bright, both in Victoria with my family when I was about 10-12 years of age. Since I have always taken a rod and reel when away,and whilst never been good at it, i find it very relaxing. Yak fishing started for me when i was in my early 20's on the rivers and coastal areas around the ACT, I would take my fibreglass slalom kayak and a rod, tent etc.

About 6 years ago I got a bit more serious and started looking into yak fishing again and it didnt take me long to realise it was a fast growing version of the sport.

These days, I still live in Canberra, and a few kayaks on, I still find it theraputic and at the same time challanging. More recently I have been helping new comers into the sport with advice and tips on kayaks and set up, the fishing I leave to them.

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Kayak 101

If you are one of the growing number of Kayak Fisherman or interest in joining the numbers this week it’s all about “yak fishing ” as we join 2 Mates Fishing as they shows us why this is becoming one of the fastest growing sports

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