Spring, It’s the Season for Gold

by Chris Frith With winter behind us, albeit a very mild one, you cannot help but feel at least a little excited about the next couple of months of targeting yellowbelly in our western waterways. Spring certainly is the season that memorable yellowbelly catches are made, with the spawning activity making these gems of the […]

Straight up and down with Atomic Plazos.

by Chris Frith When targeting any species of fish, it is advantageous to identify primary structure types that will be likely to harbour your intended catch, this is particularly important to those chasing golden perch which are very structure orientated by nature. Most yellowbelly impoundments boast massive areas of standing timber, either scattered throughout the […]

Havin a ball in the Whitsundays

by Luke Galea After a very hectic work schedule, the opportunity to take my little tinnie up to the Whitsundays and fish around some of the beautiful islands was just way too good to pass up. I have this cracker little spot up there which just fires all day long. It is not a spot where […]

Bassday Kangoku Vibe Fires Up Fussy Bream

by Zac Skyring I was blading on a sunken reef recently on the Richmond River. My sounder was showing promise with smatterings of good bream schools. I was using an Atomic Bladz in my favourite Muddy Prawn colour and was receiving a few tentative nudges. I decided something more subtle might be needed so I […]

Exploring Skinny Water

by Zac Skyring It pays to never pass up skinny water. Some of the most unlikely looking sections of creeks can produce the biggest surprises. Those spots where you think would not be possible to hold any fish of substance can occasionally blow you away. There was a session in the far upper reaches of […]