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Aerators on their way for Lake Burrendong to prevent fish kills

lake burrendong fish kills

The NSW Government will fast track the installation of up to four water aerators at Lake Burrendong, to reduce the risk of any further fish kill events caused by algae blooms, black water and oxygen depletion. Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Water, Niall Blair recently visited Lake Burrendong to see first-hand the fish kill that claimed more than a …

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Big barra lurking in Lake Monduran

big barra monduran

HAPPY New Year to all anglers. I hope Santa was able to take care of your wish list this year. With the warmer days and nights, the big barra have been on the boil. The first new moon of the year should prove to be a great time for catching some of those bigger barramundi lurking in Lake Monduran. The …

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Hot fishing options for Capricorn Coast

capricorn coast hot fishing

FIRST and foremost I would like to wish everyone out there in reader land a wonderful happy New Year. It feels like 2019 has come around fast. It only seemed like yesterday we were thinking about Christmas and suddenly the new year is upon us. The good news about January is there’s only one month to go for the saltwater …

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Hot weather stirred up quality fish on Gold Coast

stirred

Hi Everyone, hope you’ve all had a great week, it was nice to see a bit of a cooler wind change after an extra hot weekend on the Gold Coast. The hot weather has certainly stirred up some quality fish, let’s have a look some options to target. Coomera Bait and Tackle customers have reported plenty of Mangrove Jack action …

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Navico introduces new cutting-edge information displays

navico digital information displays

NAVICO – parent company to the Lowrance, Simrad, B&G and C-MAP brands – has announced the launch of a brand-new category of marine technology: the information display. Ushering in a new dawn of integration for boaters and marking the first significant evolution of the multifunction display, IDs combine a sleek design with a configurable interface that simplifies monitoring and control …

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How to game fish successfully

game fish

THIS series of articles will focus on fishing for blue marlin but will address other species too. I will start at the logical place, which is the start. The biggest problem with game fishing is learning how to do it with a high level of success. It is obvious that all the world’s knowledge is in books, these days the …

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Formosa Marine Active Transom

active transom

UNIQUE design features are a hallmark of Formosa Marine boats, and the recently released Active Transom on the Sea-Rod range is no exception. Active Transom is effectively Formosa’s way of saying: “Set up the back end of your boat how you’d like it.” You’ve got four transom options to choose from: Full Access, Dual Access, Single Access and Closed Access, …

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Stacer’s 589 Crossfire perfect for the Patriot Games family

Patriot Games

STACER, Australia’s premier aluminium boat builder, has teamed up with Patriot Games for one of the most extreme outback adventures yet. Patriot Games follows a family of five across Australia’s most remote country, putting Stacer boats, Patriot Campers and Ram Trucks through the ultimate test in an action-packed reality TV series. With such a big family, Patriot Games chose the …

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Okuma Cerros spin rods

DESIGNED in Australia to suit Aussie species and techniques, the Cerros family of spin rods from Okuma is built on quality 30T Toray carbon blanks and finished with SeaGuide Hero Hi-Grade 316 stainless steel, anti-tangle guides and Fuji reel seats. There are five 7’ models in the range: L, ML, M, H and XH, covering everything from bream and bass …

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Long weekend saw plenty on offer

plenty on offer long weekend saw noosa

With the winds and rain came a jump in swell early in the week which meant only the larger charter boats and bigger boats headed offshore. The full moon on Monday made conditions hard going but the bite was definitely out wider into the deeper waters of Double Island and the Barwon Banks, and the long weekend saw several cracking …

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