Shine on!

By Andrew Badullovich Atomic have produced some fantastic hard-bodies lures, and it goes without saying that the Crank 38 would be the most popular lure among anglers within the Atomic range. This said, there is less spoken of the Atomic Shiner 45. I was digging through my tackle box one morning, searching for a lure…

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Targeting Tricky Toga

by Luke Galea There could be no arguing that Saratoga would be one of the most spectacular looking freshwater fish there are. Their appearance verges on prehistoric and to be honest, they would not look out of place swimming around with the dinosaurs. Every scale is marked with unique red/brown spots like an Albert Nemertjira…

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Vic Snapper Luring

by Dan Mackrell At the end of each year, it seems that the majority of anglers living in Victoria immediately switch their attention to chasing Snapper. These fish enter the bays in huge numbers around this time of year to feed up and spawn. It truly amazes me how popular Snapper fishing is in Victoria…

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Cranking for blacks

By Paul Malov With the water now starting to warm up, it is an ideal time to start chasing black bream and a range of other species with the Atomic Crank 38s! I’ve recently cracked a common misconception that black bream will only eat a stationary/paused lure. This technique has slowly become my go to…

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Get Crankin

By Andrew Badullovich I love catching bream on hard-bodied lures, and the most effective method that I have come across on the far south coast of NSW is slow rolling an Atomic Crank 38 mid, through the shallows. The shallow estuarine flats are great locations to target bream, flathead and whiting; however, the fish can be quite timid…

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