Monthly Archives: January 2012

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Tailor Fishing WA

10/01/12 - Author: admin

When I’m not out targeting my local offshore demersal bottom dwelling fish with soft plastics and jigs, I like to target the inshore pelagic species of my area such as the hard fighting Midwest Tailor. This afternoon I headed out [...]


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Snapper Fishing SA

12/01/12 - Author: Jamie Crawford

Over the past five or so years there’s been a definite evolution in snapper fishing down here in South Oz. Our standard snapper equip throughout the 80’s and 90’s was a fast tapered 8 – 12kg overhead rod rigged for [...]


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Fishing in Hervey Bay

- Author: Scott Mitchell

It sure feels like everything goes faster as we get older and I am often left thinking about where did that time go! We have now been in Hervey Bay Queensland for five years now and I can say it [...]


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Trip from hell! Part two

- Author: Johnd

So we were heading north back toward Princess CharIotte inlet. I thought Captain Bligh made some bad decisions at sea, but we just made one that turned out to be worse. Because the boat we were in was much bigger [...]


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