Articles

610 Territory Legend – By Anthony Gomes

Fish and Boat magazine is all about big fish and tough boats. The 610 Territory Legend is, without doubt, a tough boat that will allow you to get out...

Going Live – By Jason Masters

Do you prefer a spin or overhead reel? Are you a plastic’s or hardbody lure caster? Braid or mono line? Lures or bait? Short or long rods? These are...

Chrome Overload – By Craig Latimore

The great NT runoff is over. If it wasn’t so depressing, I would laugh at that statement. In fact, it never really happened. Every cyclone that formed in the...

Fingered On 4LB – By James Falkenberg

Have I got a yarn for you guys this month! Well, to be honest, this probably excites me more than you guys, as I got to reap the rewards,...

The Fishing Machines of Rockhampton – By Lee Brake

I worked late on the Sunday and then packed the last of my gear before hitting the road from Mackay to Rockhampton. When I finally pulled up in the...

Offshore Marine Master 630 Cuddy – By Ben Keen

You may remember back in the January edition of Fish and Boat that I reviewed an Offshore Marine Master (OMM) 620 Walk Around. The write-up was glowing and deservedly...

Pop Till You Drop – By Luke Galea

There is a fine line between pleasure and pain, and throwing big poppers and stickbaits for giant trevally yields plenty of both. Despite the pain we inflict upon ourselves,...

Fast Food River Trees. By Nathan Johnston

After dropping in for a chinwag with the property owner, the four-wheel drive is pointed towards the river. A few paddocks and several internal gates later, the edge of...

Keepin’ it Real. By John Boon

In the modern day, technology is slowly taking hold. Walking through a shopping centre will only reinforce the point. How many people are sitting or standing with their heads...

300 Tuffy. By Anthony Gomes

It's no secret that I'm a big fan of the Polycraft boats, and out of the six boats that I've owned, two of these have been Polycraft boats. My...

Girls on the Macks By Josh Behrendorff

It’s not too often that I get a visit from the water police, mainly because of their limited resources up here in the north, so I always feel a...

Pieces of the Puzzle. By Dan Kaggelis

It’s been a month since the opening of the barramundi season and whilst there are plenty of anglers out there with barra runs on the board, I’m sure there...

Fishing the Channels. By Jason Nat Rogers

I love the run-off, it's that magic time of the year when you can catch lots of barramundi in the Top End of the Northern Territory. And I love...

Family Fun Beach Fishing Fraser Island – By Luke Fitzpatrick

Fraser Island, there is certainly something very special about the largest sand island in the world. Some people call it Fraser, others stick to the indigenous Butchulla name for...

One Cool Cat. By Anthony Gomes

Following on from the water test on the Fusion 19, published in the January edition of this magazine, I had lined up another boat, also from Reef Marine in...

Finding Fingermark. By Nathan Johnston

The highly sought-after Lutjanus johnii, aka fingermark carry a distinctive back spot the shape of a thumbprint just below their dorsal fin. The striking fish can take on copper,...

Goldilocks and the Three Snags. By Lee Brake

It’s amazing the parallels you draw. As a fisherman and a father to a two-year-old, I found myself pondering the children’s classic Goldilocks and the Three Bears this week,...

Sandy Straits Marine Tri Hull 4.5m Whaler. By Luke Fitzpatrick

Anyone who follows my Fish That Snag fishing and boating adventures on Facebook or through YouTube will know that I absolutely love fishing the flats along the western side...

Moon, Tides and Floods – The Fitzroy. By Bill Bowtell

There is no doubt that fishing is a bond. That inexplicable link between people of a like mind and thought process, which forms life-long friendships, fosters tolerance and broadens...

Big Barra Run Off Fishing. By Craig Latimore

The Northern Territory runoff is truly a wonderful beast and usually stretches from February to sometime in May. During the preceding months, there is a mix of massive storms,...