Semi-Hardz! Completely Awesome!

by Luke Galea To say that I am impressed by the performance of the new Atomic Semi-Hardz Minnows is a complete understatement. The main reason is….THESE THINGS CATCH FISH!! I mean REALLY catch fish. I have used them on 5 occasions now and they have not let me down yet. I have caught 10 nice…

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Bread and Butter

by Luke Galea There is no time like the present to head out and target some bread and butter species. They may be lack-lustre in the fighting stakes when compared to say “old bucket mouth Barra”, however, their prolific nature and high edibility prowess gives rise to them being a worthy adversary to target. Species…

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Atomic Shines on Shut Down Bass

by Zac Skyring Knowing Somerset for its schooling and aggressive bites on big Bass, I was getting excited as the weather suggested it would be a good days fishing. On arrival at the dam I was greeted with a 15knot cold south-easterly which was completely opposite to what was predicted. Knowing that this wind would…

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Power fishing for black bream

by Paul Malov “Power fishing” isn’t a term you’d often associate with fishing for black bream. Normally we would be talking about ultra light lines, long leaders and lightly weighted, natural looking presentations, however I threw all that out the window on a recent trip to East Gippsland Victoria. Maybe I have just been watching…

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Totally addicted to Bass

by Luke Galea I have just returned from a fortnight away visiting the family in Bundaberg and once again, chasing Bass in the picturesque Lake Gregory out of my yak, ranked very highly on my list of priorities. It was 2 days before the full moon and this for me personally is prime time to…

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Deepwater Bass

by Adrian Melchoir After many bites at the pie and some very close finishes, at the beginning of March I finally won a bass pro round!  Round one was held at Glenbawn Dam in the Hunter Valley in a 56 boat field. I believe that the majority of my success can be attributed to the…

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