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Yellowbelly (Golden Perch)

Yellowbelly, Golden Perch or in some areas, Callop are a popular Aussie native species, these brutish fish hit hard and fight harder. It’s well advised to keep a tight grip on your rod when fishing for these hefty fish! So pack your baitcaster and a few spinnerbaits as we visit the ins and outs of […]

Snapper

When it comes to fishing in Australia, snapper are easily of the most popular and readily accessible saltwater species. When the end of July is marked off on the calendar, we begin to see posts on social media of keen anglers holding up beautiful winter reds at their favourite pier, rock platform or breakwall. Snapper […]

How to Choose the Right Leader

Your leader is one of the most important pieces of your kit, it’s the piece of line that has to withstand abrasions, present baits and lures properly, be difficult to see in the water and help with casting. This little piece of line is often overlooked, most people choose their leader based on required strength […]

Goulburn River (Thornton Area)

The Goulburn River is a well known legendary fishery in Victoria, it stretches from the Victorian Alps all the way down to Echuca, where it meets the Murray River. Whilst this beautiful river holds trout, redfin, yellowbelly, cod and other native species, we will be focusing today on trout fishing. One of the biggest hot […]

Whiting

King George Whiting are considered by many to be one of the finest table fish in Australia, not to mention they also provide great sport on light tackle, and provide great fun for anglers of all ages. One thing that I personally love about whiting is their accessibility, you don’t need a boat to catch […]

Stony Point Pier

Stony Point Pier can be challenging to fish, but it is a rewarding location and many highly rated species can be caught here, including squid, whiting,  flathead, snapper, and gummy shark. This pier is interesting as it is very seasonal, available catches seem to vary depending on the time of year, it is worth trying […]