Bassday Crystal Popper 70

Bassday Crystal Popper 70 Bassday are a high-quality Japanese lure manufacturer producing a range of lures to suit inshore and offshore fishing. The Crystal Popper 55mm has been in the line-up for years. Perfect for anglers looking for a small yet heavy lure that casts a mile with a small profile. They have now added…

Gamakatsu Single Lure Hook HD

Gamakatsu Single Lure Hook HD The Single Lure Hook Heavy Duty hook is a tin coloured, super heavy-duty hook for poppers, stick baits and even trolling lures. The hook features a 90-degree eye and an inline hook point. Built to a 3x strong rating, this is an excellent hook for GTs, coral trout and kingfish.…

Atomic Semi Hardz Soft Pop

Atomic Semi Hardz Soft Pop The Atomic Semi Hardz range is expanding with the addition of a soft touch, extremely life-like popper. The new lure will come in at 50mm and 75mm modelled of the extremely popular Pop 50 in the Hardz range. The new construction is a soft, hollow rubber with a hard face.…

How to catch bass on cicadas

Without doubt, one of my favourite ways to chase Australian bass is in small streams on the south coast of New South Wales. This is my home area, however, bass can range from the most southern parts of the mainland up to south east Queensland. All you need is a rod, a hand full of…

Majorcraft Jigpara new colours

JigPara new colours The Majorcraft Jigpara range of metal jigging lures have been a hit in Australia with the first shipment selling out quickly. There are dozens of options covering inshore to offshore fishing, bream to snapper and beyond. New across the entire range are three new ‘real fish’ colours resembling a pilchard, mackerel, and…

Majorcraft New Flourocarbon Leaders

Dangan Flourocarbon The Majorcraft Dangan FC or fluorocarbon is a new leader range for light and heavy tackle fishing. Majorcraft’s engineers have spent countless hours to ensure that the Dangan FC has properties such as flexibility, excellent abrasion resistance, and strong knot holding abilities. Fluorocarbon is a popular leader material due to its low stretch,…

Majorcraft JigPara Tungsten new Weights

Tungsten New Weights The Majorcraft Tungsten jigs now come in 40, 50, 60 and 100 gram weights. Tungsten jigs are designed for those days that you need ultra-finesse jigs to get a bite. The tungsten material offers excellent weight to profile margins meaning you can have a smaller jig that is weightier delivering a small…

Live baiting for kingfish in enclosed waterways

Kingfish are the NSW blue water mongrel. They fight hard and dirty, always putting your equipment to the test. Anyone not well equipped will learn the hard way, fast. There is a necessary standard level of gear required to land something decent. They taste amazing, sashimi, seared or thrown on the BBQ. That is why…

Chasing Murray Cod with the Atomic Slappa

Unfortunately, Murray Cod can be the fish of a 1000 casts, so cracking a pattern without experience can be a tough thing to work out. Now, this is where I hope to impart a bit of knowledge to make it a little easier. These are by no means hard and fast rules, instead more of…

Keys to targeting jewfish on breakwalls with plastics

Along the East Coast of Australia, particularly northern New South Wales into Southern Queensland, are a plethora of healthy river systems. They flow in and out depending on the tides, providing a range of fishing options for different anglers, from beginners to experts. Where these rivers meet the sea they generally funnel into the ocean…

How to target snapper on plastics

I love fishing for Snapper with Soft Plastics because I enjoy the challenge of targeting the bigger trophy fish, the fish of a lifetime. When all the hard work, research & countless hours comes together and you land, photograph & release that beast to fight another day, there is nothing better. I also enjoy the…

How to jig for kingfish

Kingfish are arguably the toughest and dirtiest fighting inshore pelagic fish that Australia has to offer. The best way to experience this relentless power is through jigging. Most people are of the opinion that catching fish on light gear provides the best sport, however I think holding on to a big fish with heavy drag…