SA Snapper

by Brad Corrie A typical day snapper fishing for me starts off getting to our snapper drop before sun up, setting the burley bag and flicking out baits. On this particular occasion, it wasn’t long and the reels started screaming and the rods were bending in the rod holders. We must have been sitting on a […]

Way out west!

by Luke Galea Well yeeehaaa!! I just love making the long drive out west in pursuit of toga and sootys. Well toga more-so of course but certainly the abundance of big brute sootys sure does fill in time between toga bites. Last Sunday my mate Rhys and I decided it was time to catch the […]

New Samurai Inflict Freshwater Action

by Brad Corrie A few weeks ago I ventured up the river with a mate of mine who has never thrown a lure in the River Murray, we launched at his private boat ramp and headed upstream towards Bow hill in search of some cliffs and it wasn’t long and we found some nice deep water […]

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 […]

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 […]

Wading the Flats

by Zac Skyring Wading the flats is one of my favourite ways of fishing in summer. Being able to sight cast big ‘elbow slapper’ whiting and quality size bream in shallow water always serves itself for an awesome days fishing.  When on the flats my favourite way to fish is with surface lures or shallow […]

SAMURAI INFLICT RODS

The Australian designed Samurai Inflict series represents the best of both worlds, Samurai quality at an affordable price. Over the last 12 months of R&D, using advances in technology and construction techniques, Samurai have been able to create a general estuary, bass and barra series built around quality Fuji components including K Series Alconite guides. […]

ZAC SKYRING WINS 3RD ROUND GOLD COAST BREAM SERIES

by Gamakatsu Congratulations to Zac Skyring. One of our newest team members who had an awesome day fishing the third round of Gold Coast Bream Series last weekend. He finished in 1st place for the day and 2nd place for Team of the Series, and also won the Lowrance/Simrad bonus award. “The bream fell for […]