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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Prospecting for Gold with Atomic Semi Hardz Vibes.

by Chris Frith Golden Perch, or Yellowbelly are the prime target species of western NSW impoundments. These golden gems of the inland occupy the majority of my time on the water. In previous months I have been lucky enough to experience some hot fishing on Dams such as Pindari, as well as some more shut […]