Tim Smith has been predicting the best ‘Bite Times’ and ‘Tides’ around Australia for over 30 years. These guides are perfect for the tackle box, boat, pocket and gives a quick and easy reference to all tides around the state. There are plenty of tide adjustments for all ports in the state and the graphs are easy to read. Also included are solar and lunar details plus the ‘Best Bite’ times – These tables are unique to Tim Smith and give the angler the best bite times each and every day of the year, plus the best fishing days of the year. The booklet also includes: Fish ID • Knots • Rigs • Dangerous and poisonous fish.
  • The Murray River is home to the largest freshwater fish in Australia­ - the mighty Murray cod. In this book Brian Hinson and Bill Classon each draw on over 40 years experience to reveal the best methods to catch one of these legendary fish. There is also information on other fish species found in the Murray River, including trout cod, redfin, golden perch, silver perch and catfish. Detailed maps of the Murray River are included, with notes on the best fishing spots, techniques and more.
  • Fishing Around Bendigo opens up a world of opportunity to anglers. Roger Dark's book offers a wealth of hints, tips and advice on the area and will be a welcome addition to your angling library. More importantly, your next fishing trip should be more successful as a result of reading this informative and helpful publication.
  • New for 2017 - Available in March Fishing Atlas for Port Phillip Bay is a complete guide to fishing the bay and its estuaries, including GPS marks to get you amongst the fish!
  • Fishing Atlas for Victoria's Coastline

    Fully Revised & Updated - Available March 2017 Fishing Atlas for Victoria's Coastline is a complete guide to fishing Victoria's bays, inlets, offshore and estuarine waters, including GPS marks to get you amongst the fish. Where and when to fish and how to catch various species is covered with detailed maps identifying specific fishing areas from Mallacoota in the east to Portland in the west and everywhere in-between.

    The inland waters of Victoria offer a diverse array of freshwater fishing over an equally diverse geographical landscape. From vast dry plains to the west, where there are few rivers and lakes to some of the countries highest peaks to the east. Freshwater fishing in Victoria is extremely popular with an ever-increasing band of anglers heading out on weekends to tackle some of our best native sportfish such as Murray cod or yellowbelly, game fish such as trout or Chinook salmon or simply after a good feed of tasty redfin. For the most part, many of the waters listed in this book are within a relatively easy short drive from Melbourne, Victoria’s capital city.
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