Tag | July 12
The Australian Lure Expo is a celebration of Aussie lures and lure making being held at Fernvale Community Hall from July 28-29.
Gary Brown | July 12
I can’t quite remember when I started using ganged hooks, but my earliest memory was with my father using whole garfish and pilchard baits for chasing Australian salmon, tailor, bonito, kingfish, flathead and snapper. And I haven’t stopped using them since.
Jamie Robley | June 12
Blackfish or luderick are among the most prolific inshore and estuary species along the NSW coast. Although they are as common as fish like bream and accessible to anyone who lives along our coastal fringe, they don’t attract anywhere as much media attention as our other popular inshore fish.
Dan Selby | June 12
In Winter many forms of fish life go through transitions. Some species completely shut down into hibernation, some migrate to more favourable climes and others move into our estuaries to take advantage of seasonal food, favourable water conditions or urges to reproduce.
Dean Dawson | May 12
With the onset of Winter and its plummeting temperatures, pounding seas and driving rain, it can be a hard get excited about fishing. The thought of having to don a beanie and multi layers of warm clothing can cause many fishos to switch off until the warm months and pelagic fish return.
Glen Stewart | May 12
It’s only been the last few seasons that my trout fishing interests have been rekindled somewhat. Back when I was a part-time guide, it was pretty much all I did and by the time I finished up; I was burnt out with the trout.