Spring into some estuary perch
Dan Selby | September 2016

As spring emerges and the chill is a distance past, anglers optimistically look forward to the challenges and triumphs to come. A new outfit, refined rig or prospective new spot to fish are all motivators for keen anglers, as the days get longer and warmer.
full story »

The Moons shine
Gabe Quercigrosse | September 2016

Peter Barrett with a nice snapper under captain cooks bridge. Not a regular spot to catch them but they are there.

As the name implies, the Moons have been shining during the last few weeks with excellent catches reported. Personally I have landed over 50 mixed species including whiting, bream, trevally, flathead and school mulloway over the past three months.
full story »

Catch the right tide
Craig Mcgill | September 2016

Luderick are a favourite winter fish that can usually be relied on, even during the worst shut down. This doesn’t mean they’re not available through the summer, they’re a worthy opponent in their own right.
full story »

Good times ahead
Peter Le Blang | September 2016

Fishing along Pittwater and Broken Bay has been a little tricky to say the least over the last month. Over the next month, we’ll see better fishing, if you’re prepared to put up with the chilly mornings.
full story »

Simply fishing
Alex Bellissimo | September 2016

Fishing is about putting things into perspective. To have a meaningful relationship with this pastime you need to acknowledge and appreciate the significance of what you learn. Then you can take the next level. Advanced anglers lose track of how much they know and don’t know where beginners sit.
full story »

Kids out for fish and ships
Gary Brown | September 2016

As winter sports come to a close, the finals have been won or lost, you’ll find the number of anglers out fishing will increase. Parents will think about taking their kids out on the water. Our kids fished right through the year. It’s just a matter of rugging up and finding somewhere in the sun.
full story »

Winter kingfish reward patient anglers
Peter Le Blang | August 2016

With the bad weather recently along our part of the coast there haven’t been many opportunities to get out on the water to catch fish. But for those that are able to withstand the cold winds and rain there are still a few fish out there.
full story »

Kings checkmate on the reefs in August
Darren Thomas | August 2016

Luke Ashley with a nice offshore kingfish.

Some serious water temperature drops have invaded Sydney’s north side this month with most of our winter species arriving in good numbers and all on the lookout for a feed! Big schools of salmon, slimy mackerel, tailor and trevally are frequenting local reefs and shorelines with plenty of reports flowing in. Winter is one of the better times of year to catch fish. It’s all about changing target species and tactics, follow these tips to keep you in the zone to catch some good fish during the colder months.
full story »

Mixed bags are a recipe for winter fun
Dan Selby | August 2016

Fresh weed, well cocked floats and big brawling blackfish on light modern spin gear is simple, easy and a load of fun for all the family.

Recently the weather went south with a decent-sized fresh dropping water temperatures and reducing the salinity and visibility throughout most of the river. Good news for anglers is that these fresh water inflows deliver necessary nutrients that provide plenty of food for the macro invertebrates, crustaceans and molluscs. These are the main food items of baitfish and predators and will make for a great spring on the mighty Hawkesbury.
full story »

Latest Articles

Elbow slapper out in force
Gabe Quercigrosse - August 2016

Doors are open for dory
Craig Mcgill - August 2016

August fishing prime time for flathead
Gary Brown - August 2016

Blackfish rocking the winter fishing
Alex Bellissimo - August 2016

Off the rocks is off it’s chops!
Alex Bellissimo - July 2016

Grab a groper this July
Gary Brown - July 2016

Find the bait balls
Peter Le Blang - July 2016

Go deep for a tasty feed
Craig Mcgill - July 2016

Luderick for the taking
Gabe Quercigrosse - July 2016

Mulloway falling for live bait
Dan Selby - July 2016

Who knows what lurks in the depths
Darren Thomas - July 2016

Rocking good fun in winter
Alex Bellissimo - June 2016

Bread and butter species galore
Gary Brown - June 2016

Don’t put your rods away!
Peter Le Blang - June 2016

Harbour mulloway on the run
Craig Mcgill - June 2016

It’s whiting time in the Georges
Gabe Quercigrosse - June 2016