Monthly Archives: October 2015

DAIWA FISHING TIPS: October, Bass time – Dave Rae

October is a special month in my bass calendar because it’s the month that produces a high percentage of large fish. I think the fact that bass are still moving upstream means that they are still relatively concentrated whereas by mid summer large fish have spread throughout the system. You’ll…
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DAIWA FISHING TIPS: Longtail Tuna Time – Mark Bargenquast

Finally winter has disappeared and along the south eastern coastline of QLD our summer species are arriving. One of the most sought after species for inshore/offshore sportfishos are northern bluefin tuna or as we like to call them longtails. Growing to over 35kg they are commonly caught around 8 –…
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DAIWA FISHING TIPS: Travelling with Rods – Vicki Lear

I have travelled to Darwin a few times now and always seem to have trouble when going through the airport with my rod tube.   I can travel from Sydney to Darwin okay but when returning, Darwin airport always seems to knock the rod tube back. Distressed at 12 midnight at…
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