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NSW: Eucumbene River

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Words: Kosta Linardos  Images: Kosta Linardos & Tim Haynes For many years I had seen the images, heard the stories and always wanted to fish the Eucumbene River just before the season closed. The months leadin...

NSW: Forster

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Words & Images: Dave Seaman The NSW Mid North Coast is made up of several coastal communities and towns that host thousands of transient visitors each year. Passing caravans, backpackers, nightly stopovers and, o...

NSW: Spinning Southern Rock Ledges

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Words & Images: Jamie Robley The fringe where salty seas clash with solid rock attract many different species of fish, as well as the keen anglers who chase them. Just like any other angling arena, our coastal ro...

QLD: Baitfishing Southern Reefs

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Bringing home a feed For many anglers the big hard fighting ‘pelagic’ species quite understandably become somewhat of an obsession. The power, stamina and brute strength these fish offer is what we all just love as...

QLD: Fishing The Noosa River

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The Noosa River is situated in South east Queensland approximately 2 hours north of Brisbane on the sunshine coast.  It starts deep in the Cooloola National park as a series of billabongs and swamps and trickles as a ...

QLD: Hervey Bay

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Situated three and a half hours North of Brisbane, lies a hidden sportfish mecca known as Hervey Bay.  Hervey Bay with it's close association to Fraser Island, and it’s gin clear waters, warm cobalt currents, and clos...

QLD: Hervey bay marlin

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Words and Images: Jackson Boric Every year between October and January in south east Queensland we experience a run of juvenile black marlin that are migrating for the first time in their life. Fisherman from north o...

QLD: Lake Macdonald

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In its almost permanent state of silence, Lake Macdonald is situated roughly six kilometres from the small township of Cooroy on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. The picturesque landscape makes for a lake that is a superb...

Qld: Peter Faust Dam

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The vibe in the group was starting to wane. Under a fading sun and with the faint waft of a nearby fire quietly passing, the past 48 hours on the water had resulted in little more than a solitary ego-saving barra. ...

Vic: Bemm River

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Bemm River is a little town in Far East Gippsland, Victoria. A four-hour drive from Melbourne and a six-hour drive from Sydney. Bemm River is home to a few bream tournaments, and along with near by Malacoota is one of...

Vic: Lake Eildon

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Words & Images: Stephen Vidler The mighty and magnificent Lake Eildon is fast becoming the stuff of legend when it comes to freshwater fishing in Victoria – and, indeed, Australia. With Fisheries Victoria unde...

Vic: Western Port Bay

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Western Port Bay is only an hours drive from the Melbourne CBD, it is the little brother of Melbourne’s Port Phillip Bay and separated from it by the Mornington Peninsula. Western Port covers 680 square kilometres and...

WA: Exmouth

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Words & Images: Dylan Skinns With the continental shelf laying only a few kilometres away from the sand, fishing on the shore side of the Ningaloo Reef is amazing and well worthy of a visit for any keen angler. ...

WA: Ningaloo Station

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While Exmouth is amazing and one of Western Australia's favourite game and sport fishing destinations; if you want to experience the same or even better fishing in a remote setting, Ningaloo Station may be the spot fo...