Cranking Pontoons

by Bryce Calvert I have had some good success lately fishing some local waters that have a number of pontoons and jetties within close proximity of a boat ramp which makes it ideal for me to drop the kayak in and get a few quick hours on the water. Being time poor lately, I have…

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Whacking Whiting

by Dan Mackrell Making an early morning start to get a quick session in before work, it was simply a matter of launching the boat and spending the time to position the boat where sand meets the edge of the weed / reef. On this given morning it was easy to do as the water was…

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The best thing since sliced bread

by Matt Cameron One lure has quickly became my go-to lure when fishing canals and other man-made structure where bream congregate. This lure is the Atomic Plazo 2inch Prong, in colour white. This particular plastic is beginning to accumulate bream victims incredibly quick! Canal-dwelling bream love little more than bread and other food scraps. This…

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Bread and butter species basics

by Mat Cameron December along the East coast is a time when the weather is warm and the rivers are full of Garfish. These billed-blighters not only make excellent bait for everything from bream to marlin, but they are also tasty morsels and make for good eating over the Christmas holidays. A simple, yet effective…

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Crankin It Up

by Luke Galea Recently my mate Joe and I went exploring up a freshwater creek neither of us had ever fished before. I identified the likely stretch of creek from google earth the night before and I was reasonably confident we were going to lock horns with at least a few fish. The section of…

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Casting for Spanish Mackerel

by Dave McKenzie As we approach thewarmer weather, so too do we start to see the Spanish Mackerel show up on the Gold Coast. Truth be told, this year they never really left, but the numbers will certainly start to improve. Last season was phenomenal, and we can only hope this year is half as…

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