Freshwater Fishing Australia 140

The September/October edition of Freshwater Fishing Australia 140 magazine is jam-packed with the latest techniques and locations, including our feature story by Andrew McGovern on Tasmania’s Monster . It is not often you experience fishing that completely blows away your lofty expectations in every possible aspect but that is exactly what Andrew experienced in thelatter half of last year over two separate trips to Tasmania.

Also in Tasmania, Trevor Hawkins looks back on many decades of fishing this iconic trout fishery.

AFTA 2016 Award Winners.  The Australian Fishing Trade Association (AFTA) hold an annual show on the Gold Coast used by trade members to showcase new and existing products to retailers.  See all the winners.

Getting Edgy for Gold.  Chris Frith shares some new ways of thinking on an old technique to get you primed for your next golden perch assault.

Luring the Monaro.  Andrew McGovern was lured to the Monaro Plains region in NSW many years ago and explains why a trip to the area will have the same effect on you.

Streams of the Monaro.  Trevor Hawkins takes a closer look at the best known Monaro streams.

Lure of Legendary Status.  When it comes to the popularity of Murray Cod lures, few if any can lay claim to rivalling the legendary status of the StumpJumper according to Rod Mackenzie.

Turning Follows into Golden Hits.  Watching a fish follow your lure before shying away at the last second is a scenario likely experienced by most Golden Perch anglers.  It’s part and parcel of the golden game; however, there are some techniques you can implement to convert more follows to hits.  Rhys Creed explains.

Hepburn Lagoon.  Trevor Hawkins discusses one of the most underrated trout lakes in Victoria.

There’s more of course, including all the regular columns and all the latest news and reviews.