Brown’s Rocks Deep Water Breaming

by Mat Cameron Brown’s Rocks is an area on the Clarence River about 5km upriver from the mouth, which has the reputation for holding large numbers of big bream and other fish year round. Brown’s consists of lots of large, flat, plate-rocks, pockets of reef, boulders and rubble patches. The depth varies between 3-15m and…

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SA Snapper

by Brad Corrie A typical day snapper fishing for me starts off getting to our snapper drop before sun up, setting the burley bag and flicking out baits. On this particular occasion, it wasn’t long and the reels started screaming and the rods were bending in the rod holders. We must have been sitting on a…

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New Unitika Shore Game PE Review

By Cohen Morante It’s been nearly 4 months now since I began testing the new Shore GamePE braided line from the Unitika stable.I have been casting the 8lb on a daiwa 2500 sized reel and could not be happier with it’s performance. I have fished the line in all situations from deep blading to surface,…

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Way out west!

by Luke Galea Well yeeehaaa!! I just love making the long drive out west in pursuit of toga and sootys. Well toga more-so of course but certainly the abundance of big brute sootys sure does fill in time between toga bites. Last Sunday my mate Rhys and I decided it was time to catch the…

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Pink Cores on Top

by Dan Mackrell Warmer water temps get the bream a little more active and sees them feeding higher in the water column. There are so many different lures, retrieves and techniques to catch bream these days however I challenge you to find a more exciting method than throwing unweighted Atomic Pink Core Plazos to entice a…

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