Sport Fishing Australia Magazine
Sport Fishing Australia Magazine Issue 78 –
Autumn is upon us, and as the seasons change a new variety of fish species and fishing techniques come into play for the sportfishers. Monster GT’s make for one of the toughest combatants an angler could ask for, and John Cahill can’t get enough of these bruisers. Logan Dixon gives some of his top tips for targeting bream on the flats in areas such as Moreton Bay in Queensland, while Simon Cardone ticks off a long held dream to fish the stunning Kimberley Coast with a few of his mates. Surface fishing is often associated with slashing strikes and surface disturbances, but Mark Gercovich changes tack and suggests a gentler approach can often be the key to obtaining a bite. For close to a decade Bryn Mathew has traveled thousands of kilometres across the top of the country in his quest for saltwater barramundi, from the remote upper reaches of wilderness creeks and rivers to the well-known congested boat-to-boat thoroughfares. In this article however, his first trip to Rockhampton was something special. Trevor Hawkins explores 3 Victorian trout streams over 3 days with the AFN film crew in tow, and discusses a few of his hints to fishing remote and overgrown wilderness creeks. All that and more can be found in this issue of Sportfishing Australia magazine!
About Sport Fishing Australia magazine
Sport Fishing Australia Magazine (formerly Saltwater Sport Fishing) was the brainchild of Bill Classon. Although initially dedicated to providing saltwater only information, it has subsequently grown to include freshwater content. The publication hits shelves quarterly and has been in existence since 1997. The magazine has always used our most recognised fishing journalists as well as emerging new talent to collate the best quality and most current fishing information. The publication has developed a captivating “text book” style over the years. This includes a mix of detailed technical information, great photography and artistic diagrams to ensure you walk away with the know how to improve your results.