Fishing

Bassday Bungy Cast new colours

bassday bungy cast

ANNOUNCING two new colours to the versatile Bassday Bungy Cast range: C-264 and CT-287. The Bungy Cast is a sinking lipless minnow perfect for casting swiftly into boil-ups and bust-ups. Its solid, heavy 30g weight gives it great castability. Cast it like a bullet at faraway fish that aren’t otherwise easily reachable. If you’re offshore or coastal fishing, this is …

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Samurai Osprey all-rounder rods

samurai osprey all-rounder fishing rods

SAMURAI has released a new series of Osprey all-rounder boat rods with user-friendly actions and a wide weight range, perfect for any offshore fishing. The versatility of the Samurai Osprey rods is amazing and they can be used for bait fishing, working lures, trolling and casting. For the keen jigger, why not use them with a range of jigs including …

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Mental Moreton Island fishing for wahoo

moreton island fishing wahoo

Our crew arrived back at the Port of Brisbane around 11:30am, making it an early but productive day of fishing with the boys, with smiles all round. It just goes to show that it’s not about how long you spend out there, it’s all about being on the right spot at the right time. This was certainly a Moreton Island …

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Z-Man 3” TRD HogZ

z-man trd hogz

IS it a crab, shrimp, hellgrammite, yabby, prawn or insect? We’re not sure exactly what Z-Man’s new creature bait is but the TRD HogZ has already accounted for a stack of species in both the fresh and salt. Plenty of moving parts in the form of large antennae and fine legs create vibration and water movement, while the natural buoyancy …

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Samurai Cruisers travel rods

samurai cruisers travel rods

INTRODUCING Samurai’s new three-piece, 5’9” travel rods in two weight ranges in both spin and baitcasting, built specially for barramundi and cod. These are shorter travel rods for pinpoint accuracy, making them perfect for tight country, skinny creeks, mangroves and overgrown river locations. The 16lb and 25lb weights are ideal for your heavier creek needs, so why not keep one …

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TT Lures NedlockZ jig heads

tt lures nedlockz

DESIGNED for the US market as a heavy-duty jig head for the ‘Ned rig’, a finesse rig that has blown up in the States, TT Lures’ NedlockZ jig head was soon being requested by Aussie anglers for applications on home waters. The flattened head of the NedlockZ jig head combines perfectly with the buoyancy of Z-Man’s 10X Tough ElaZtech plastics …

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New Tango Shad colours

THE incredibly popular and successful Zerek Tango Shad has had five new colours added to its 50mm floating range. The five colours are all UV active – some with a lot of UV and others with smaller UV highlights. Each colour has been chosen for its effectiveness in different water colours and thorough testing has ensured these colours are fish …

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Company fined $40,000 for damage to marine plants

A COMPANY was recently fined $40,000 at the Hervey Bay Magistrates’ Court for causing damage to a substantial area of marine plants. Queensland Boating and Fisheries Patrol district manager Greg Bowness said Fisheries Queensland takes the destruction of marine plants seriously. Marine plants play an important role in sustaining fish habitats. “The company excavated about 8407sq m of soil from …

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White spot disease movement restrictions still in place for SEQ

TO help protect Queensland’s beautiful natural waterways for generations to come, fishers must not move raw prawns, yabbies and marine worms out of the white spot disease movement restriction area in southeast Queensland. The movement restrictions are in place from Caloundra to the NSW border and west to Ipswich. While we know prawns swim and could spread the disease as …

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Combing the Capricorn Coast

King salmon have come a long way in our area since the introduction of net-free zones two years ago. Side-imaging and down-imaging sounders mean that we recreational fishers are well aware of thready numbers throughout the area. This technology is impressive to say the least and being able to distinguish one species from another is next level. About 80 percent …

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