Monthly Archives: July 2012

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Flickbaits turn a slow day into mayhem

03/07/12 - Author: Dylan Brier-mills

Always keen for a fish, the night before my mate and I looked at the forecast and it was 15-20 knots so that meant no offshore fishing so we were restricted to the creeks chasing Barra and Jacks once again. [...]


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Posted in fishing with soft plastics


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Spin Drifting Spawners

10/07/12 - Author: Scott Mcauliffe

One of the most prevalent freshwater fishing pursuits these days is the pilgrimage that many anglers make to the Eucumbene and Thredbo rivers in the Snowy Mountains in the weeks leading up to the close of the trout season to [...]


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Posted in Trout


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Memory Cove Overnighter

17/07/12 - Author: Jamie Crawford

There’s something special about spending a night at anchor, tucked in a sheltered cove or in the lee of an island away from the masses. To be honest it’s never a sound night’s sleep in a rocking boat (for me anyway), [...]


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Hiding away in the Maldives

26/07/12 - Author: Scott Mitchell

Anyone who has travelled specifically to experience great fishing will know that the best fishing is often found in remote locations that are difficult to get to. These destinations rarely offer anything for non-fishing partners or family either. This is [...]


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Posted in Fly fishing


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