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How to Catch Sydney Kingfish

By Mitchell Taylor Everyone knows that Sydney Harbour in the warmer months becomes home for many big schools of Kingfish. The huge schools of fish can usually be found boiling and busting the surface each day. Some days these fish can be easy to catch, and others can be very finicky. So, what wor...

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Three Ways to Catch Australian Bass in Winter

By Charles West With the cool months coming here there’s plenty of techniques that we can use on our lakes to catch Australian bass. In this blog we’ll look at a three of my go-to techniques that I use on my local weed and lily lined lakes.   When it comes to winter the rule of thumb is slow down...

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How to Catch Sydney Snapper

By Nick Clark Much has been written over the years about catching snapper in the hard fished waters of Australia’s biggest city, Sydney. Snapper are still definitely on the cards for Sydney anglers despite many years of considerable pressure from both the recreational and commercial fishing secto...

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How to Catch Mulloway on Lures

Joshua Davey When you think of iconic fish species in Australia, mullloway or jewfish as they are known around some parts of the country have to be up there as one of the most highly regarded and prized sports fish we are blessed to have gracing our shorelines. Best of all, they are very accessib...

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How to catch sooty grunter: A complete guide

By Robert Thornton With the sheer volume of great sportfishing options in Australia there are a few species that, despite being top sport on the end of a line, regularly fly under the radar. Sooty grunter are one of those species. Anyone lucky enough to tangle with these tropical brutes will be ...

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How to Catch Saltwater Barramundi: a beginner’s guide

By Robert Thornton  No Australian sportfish has a following quite like the barramundi. These powerful fish, with their wily hunting habits, huge growth potential and tendency to jump high when hooked have earned themselves a place in Aussie fishing folklore. While large specimens can be caught ...

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