Monthly Archives: September 2012

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First Time Bass

06/09/12 - Author: Jamie Crawford

I’ve always had a keen interest in our native freshwater fish, and they were in fact the reason that I pursued a career in aquaculture. Growing up in the Adelaide Hills I used to fish some farm dams stocked with [...]


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Posted in Bass


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Flats of Fortune

11/09/12 - Author: Scott Mitchell

Hervey Bay was really put on the world fly fishing map with its better than average sized golden trevally that spend the summer months waving their tails at frustrated anglers casting both flies and lures in the hope of getting [...]


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Up north for ten days – Barra and King Salmon

18/09/12 - Author: Dylan Brier-mills

Saving my tuckshop money for six months it was finally time for the twelve hour drive to a remote creek in the far north. After travelling most of the way we decided to stop and roll out our swags on [...]


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Posted in Barramundi


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New Snapper Season

25/09/12 - Author: Jamie Crawford

Even though SA is recognised as our nation’s snapper state, we still endure quiet periods at most of our states popular snapper fishing locations. The larger fish that are quite prevalent and active throughout the warmer months have generally slowed [...]


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Posted in Snapper Fishing


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