Posts Categorized: Fishing Tips

DAIWA FISHING TIPS: WHATEVER TREVOR BY JESSE ROTIN

For anyone who ever caught a Trevally before, you would know that doesn’t matter what size they may be they all give you a good run for your money. On the southern half of Australia, Silver Trevally is the most common of the Trevally species found in these waters. With…
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DAIWA FISHING TIPS: BACK TO THE FUTURE BY GRAYSON FONG

Since I started chasing bream on lures, the most common question I regularly get asked is ‘What retrieve do you use on your cranks?’ Sometimes I wish I had some real elaborate answer, like I use a double twitch-pause with a draw or a twitch- burn-twitch-pause routine. Well I guess…
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DAIWA FISHING TIPS: PELAGICS ON FIRE BY MARK BARGENQUEST

With winter nearly upon us it’s time to have one last shot at some autumn pelagic action, as water temps in the southern half of queensland drops below 22 degrees inshore pelagic predators become less active and many migrate offshore or back north following the warmer currents. Longtail tuna disappear…
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DAIWA FISHING TIPS: DEEP DOWN SQUID BY JASON LINARDOS

Fishing for Squid in Australia is most commonly done on shallow inshore reefs or landbased from piers or rocky headlands. One option thats often overlooked is the deeper reefs that surround our coastline. Reefs as deep as 30-50 metres most commonly associated with Snapper and Kingfish can hold great quality…
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DAIWA PRODUCT FOCUS: Bold & Beautiful Certate 16 By Andrew Badullovich

I’m fresh off the water after a shoot for Daiwa’s, The Next Level series of fishing documentaries. During the shoot, I was fortunate enough to trial the new Certate 16, and just want to exclaim my delight with this superb spinning reel! The word, “Certate” is typically heard among the…
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DAIWA FISHING TIPS: What’s working? by Ian Seeto

It doesn’t matter where your fishing or what your fishing for, the tides, moons, baits, lures can ultimately determine your success. Like all things though, it takes experience to understand which stars are aligning, something that often takes anglers years of fishing. In this article I thought I’d share my…
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DAIWA FISHING TIPS: Gorge’ous Murray Cod by Jackson Davis

The Northern inland rivers of New South Wales are well known for the boulder infested gorge terrain river systems. These west bound flowing rivers make there way through this beautiful country on there way to the Murray-Darling system. As much as possible, I make the journey to these rivers to…
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DAIWA PRODUCT FOCUS: TATULA BAITCASTER OUTFIT – IAN SEETO

Bait caster equipment is not something that has generally been a preferred weapon of choice. Until my relocation to the Far North last year spinning gear has always been adequate, even for the odd sweetwater trip. Sure I used bait casters from time to time but I never felt it…
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DAIWA FISHING TIPS: Whiting Without Boats by Marc Ainsworth

Catching King George is a serious option for Victorian anglers without a boat. Yes, it involves planning and yes, the sand can be annoying, but the rewards are worth the effort. Get it right and the family will be kicking you out the door to wet a line and bring…
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DAIWA FISHING TIPS: Barra Trolling by Mark Gercovich

Planning and packing for a nine week fishing trip through Queensland that was going to cover everything from Bluewater to barra, bass to mackerel was always going to be a headache, albeit it a good problem to have. One scenario that definitely got under my guard, but proved to be…
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