Megabass Anthrax 83 – twitch it, pop it, crank it, wake it!

By Mat Cameron Even for the high standards and levels of ingenuity from Megabass, the Anthrax is nothing short of outstanding. It is arguably the most versatile surface lure on the market, which is of great benefit for the angler as the retrieve can be varied to trigger that strike from the fish. The 83mm […]

Rod Review: Samurai Infinite FIN-6-F69 2-6lb

Samurai Infinite FIN-6-F69 Apart from how well this rod presents, the first thing you will notice when you pick this rod up is how ridiculously light it is. It is like no other rod I have felt in it’s class. The skeleton grip setup not only looks good but it is exceptionally practical and gives great feel and […]

New Samurai Cruiser Travel Rods

The new Samurai Cruiser Travel rods have now officially been released on the market and to say that I am impressed is a massive understatement. This rod adds to, and complements the 9 other existing models in the legendary Samurai stable. So, Samurai now literally have every fishing scenario and fish species covered which is […]

Samurai X-tracta Pop! What a Rod

In the last few months I have been lucky enough to test out the new Samurai X-tracta Pop 100. At first glance I noticed the cosmetic detailing, wow! It’s one good-looking piece of gear. The second thing I noticed was when handling the rod, how light and comfortable it sat tucked under the arm. Lastly and […]

To Infinity and Beyond!

by Luke Galea Two weeks ago I had a very memorable freshwater kayak fishing session. It was freak’n awesome. I actually identified a very large freshwater pool on google earth but to get to it, I had to launch at a road bridge and kayak for quite a few kilometres to get to this hole that […]

Vic Bream Classic Nelson 2015 1st place.

by Dan Mackrell Leaving Colac late on the Thursday afternoon with a 3 hour drive in front of us Steve Parker and I had plenty of time to discuss what we thought the Glenelg River bream population would be up to. The curve ball being that we had heard the mouth had opened 2 days […]

Tackling Impoundment Golden Perch with Samurai Inflict Rods

by Chris Frith On recent venture to Copeton Dam, in northern NSW I was excited to put a couple of relatively new rods through their paces and see how they matched up to the punishment of Copeton’s king-sized natives. To further this point, the majority of my fishing time was spent pulling fish out of […]