Fishing

Fishing TV organising the inaugural World Fishing Day on June 23, 2018

world fishing day steve starling barra

AFTER commissioning research that reveals fishing is a life skill that modern dads are no longer teaching their children, the market-leading video on demand platform for high quality fishing content, Fishing TV, is set to hold the first ever World Fishing Day on Saturday 23rd June 2018 in a bid to unite the angling community, bring new people into the …

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Z-Man BeanieZ

Z-Man BeanieZ

STAY warm while looking cool. With the weather cooling, it’s perfect timing for the arrival of the Z-Man BeanieZ. Made from quick-drying 100 percent acrylic, these comfortable beanies feature four top-seam knit construction and are embroidered with the Z-Man ‘Z’ in a one size fits most cool weather headwear option. A quality Richardson Sports product, a company that has served …

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Langford claims the Tonic Cania Clash

Cania Clash

Second place – Nick Anderson Nick is growing in confidence every time we see him at a tournament, and this second-place finish will be a great booster for the young man from the Lismore area. Coming to Cania for the first time, Nick was open about the fact he was just there for experience and hoping to learn from the …

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Tackling Moreton Bay tailor and snapper

moreton bay tailor snapper

SNAPPER, come on down! June is an awesome time of year for getting rugged up, grabbing a mate and searching for a feed of snapper. A few spots reasonably easy to access either land-based or by boat or kayak will produce a good feed. Traditionally, we like to start at the mouth of the Brisbane River and work our way …

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How do you use 10 tonnes of dead carp?

dead carp control plan

CURTIN University researchers are investigating options for the sustainable use of the dead carp biomass that could result from the potential release of syprinid herpesvirus 3 (carp virus), under the National Carp Control Plan. The research project ‘Assessment of options for utilisation of virus-infected carp’, involves laboratory-based processing trials as well as commercial-scale trials of processes that produce usable carp-based …

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Blade N Tails Ultralight Elite

Blade N Tails

THE Blade N Tails range of Live Fibre rods set a benchmark many years ago and the new Ultralight Elite builds on that solid reputation with a rod built specifically for lure fishers. The Ultralight Elite uses Fuji K-Frame silicone guides to deliver smooth casting and high performance whether casting small bladed lures or jigging soft plastics in the trees …

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Unreal fishing experience for young fishos

fishing experience

As the day went on and we continued landing many more grassies and other smaller reef fish, we decided to head off to see if we could land a tuna before pulling the boat out of the water. With no luck in hooking a tuna, we both stopped fishing for a second and took in the awesome glassed-out conditions. While …

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Mustad Fishing Gloves

Fishing Gloves

THE Mustad Fishing Gloves are designed to help anglers land fish without damaging their hands. These are heavy-duty, reinforced gloves designed for offshore fishing, however, in Australia anglers chasing raspy-toothed fish such as flathead and Murray cod will appreciate the build of these gloves. Specifically designed for handling fish, the fishing gloves feature a flip top on the index finger, …

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