Monthly Archives: February 2012


Flicking for Salmon

19/02/12 - Author: Jamie Crawford

I love chasing big salmon in the surf, and in my book they tick a lot of boxes. They hit lures aggressively, fight hard, jump, grow to a reasonable size and they look pretty cool. Sure, they aren’t a regarded [...]

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Channel Plastics

- Author: Bushy

Right along the Australian coast there are a stack of estuary systems both small and large and most of them provide opportunities for some red hot plastics fishing in a maze of channels. Chanel fishing with plastics is easy and [...]

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Posted in fishing with soft plastics


Lake Lenthall (Lenthalls Dam) – Back on-line

27/02/12 - Author: Scott Mitchell

We have had our share of challenges over the last few years at Lake Lenthalls , which is the main water supply for Hervey Bay in Queensland and was once regarded as one of the state’s premier bass & barramundi [...]

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King George Whiting

- Author: Jamie Crawford

Although King George whiting are not classified as a sport fish as such, they are still are worthy target and are the highest-targeted recreational fish here in SA. Their popularity lies in their table quality, and most seafood-lovers agree that [...]

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