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QUINTREX Making Waves in 2021 – By Dominic Fry

The team at the iconic Australian boat manufacturer Quintrex is set to release five reinvigorated models in the near future. The Fishabout, Top Ender, Cruiseabout, Ocean Spirit and Hornet...
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The Peron Islands in a trailer boat – By Chris Errity

For many years I have enjoyed fishing the pristine waters of the Peron Islands situated near the mouth of the Daly River in Anson Bay. There are two islands...
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Prawnology – By John Boon

Prawn imitation lures have been around for a long time. It seems though that over recent times “prawning” has ramped right up. By prawning I mean anglers tying on...
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Spanish Mackerel – An Icon Under Threat- Part 1: By Bill Bowtell

The run-out tide pushed wide of Sunken Reef forming a clear, and very distinctive, current line in the process. A flock of Little Terns wheeled and dived in the...
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Heavy timber tactics – By John Boon

There’s no other type of piscatorial pursuit that even comes close. It would be the closest thing to getting ready for war. The weapons must be of premium calibre...
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Barra fishing on The Adelaide River during the run-off – By Chris Errity

The Adelaide River is an extensive system situated only 60 kilometres east of Darwin. Due to its close proximity to Darwin it is heavily fished by the local angling...
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Summertime snapper an option on the Gold Coast! – By William Kitching

As summer begins in South East Queensland, and the annual flow of warm water is pushed down the coastline by the East Australian Current, pelagic fever starts to kick...
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Pimp my Rig: Part 2 – By John Boon

In part 1 we discussed using circle hook flasher style rigs and the results from a little bit of thinking outside the square. This time we will be looking...
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The Silver Lining – By Ben Keen

Edited: 1500 words. 6 images   1:   2: Joe Keen with a “school” Jew - this one went 88cm and was caught in 20 metres.   3: 4:...
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JP Fever – By Luke Galea

So admittedly, this wasn’t strictly a jungle perch fishing trip to North Queensland per se’.But rather a family holiday that may or may not have been hijacked by my...
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