The Seven Mile beach stretches from Greenwell Point to Gerroa in the north and at times it can be exposed to the elements. This hasn’t stopped it from being a great beach to fish from.

You could spend a whole life-time fishing the Shoalhaven River and Jervis Bay and still not fish all the great spots it has on offer to both the novice and experienced angler. If you really enjoy fishing, you'll find every type of fishing on offer from freshwater dams, rivers, lakes, the rocks, beaches to open ocean game fishing.
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Yakkin’ about Lake Lyell
Alex Hickson | December 2014

Looking over the main basin of Lake Lyell towards the western bank and camping area.

I get a few raised eyebrows and doubtful looks from anglers when I start to talk about the bass fishing opportunities at Lake Lyell, as it’s better known for its trout fishing. The truth is that the summer bass fishing at Lake Lyell can be as good as it gets for this now well established species.
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Save your spots!
Nabeel Issa | December 2014

What would you do if you lost all your GPS marks? Are you just one click away from disaster? Hours of hard work, sounding around, finding new ground, all gone! It’s a thought that would make most of us cringe.
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Which brakes for which trailer?
Christian Bold | November 2014

There is always confusion about what types of brakes are needed for what trailer. The majority of fishers will have a mechanical over-ride system fitted to their trailer. This is the most commonly used braking system. The problem is that the bigger and heavier the boat, the higher the rating your trailer needs to be.
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Mollymook Beach at times may look featureless, but don’t let that fool you. It can be one of the best beaches in the region.

Ulladulla makes a great base for exploring local natural attractions such as Morton National Park, Lake Conjola to the north and Lake Burrill to the south. Nearby Meroo National Park has a beautiful coastline with access 5km from Ulladulla. An easy, 2km walking track passes through native flora in the South Pacific Heathland Reserve and onward, providing access to great views from Warden Head Lighthouse.
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What’s the frequency?
Nabeel Issa | November 2014

Sound pulses are sent and when they hit an object they are returned to the transducer and an image is then displayed on the sounder screen.

Understanding the different frequencies your sounder is capable of using can make a great deal of difference to what you see on your screen.
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Fishing regulations changes
Tag | November 2014

The bag limit for dusky flathead remains unchanged at 10 fish.

“Both NSW and Victoria will have a Murray cod slot limit of 55cm-75cm”
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Summer lake bream
Jamie Robley | November 2014

Local angling identity Glenn Helmers with a Lake Macquarie bream caught by working a surface lure along a rocky point. This fish was hooked mid-morning, but it generally pays to be on the water nice and early.

Through our warmest time of year, the coastal lakes of the Central Coast can really fire up with bream luring opportunities. Considering the high prawn population that thrives within these lakes and vast, shallow margins, surface lures are right at the top of the list. Let’s take a closer look and see how best to make the most of the months ahead.
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The water in Lake Tabourie at time can be very clear, so you will need to fish as light as you can.

For this Beginners Guide I’ll start at a small coastal hamlet located about 30 minutes south of Ulladulla and 30 minutes north of Batemans Bay, called Bawley Point. Bawley Point is located in the Shoalhaven region of the South Coast of NSW, strategically located between the Murramarang National Park, Morton National Park, the Meroo National Park and the Kioloa State Forest.
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