SPORT FISHING AUSTRALIA 70
Sport Fishing Australia Issue 70
This issue of Sport Fishing Australia Magazine is packed full of great Winter fishing tips, techniques and location guides. Sam Hitzke delivers on the latest techniques using medium sized sinking minnows on pelagics. Luderick have traditionally always been fished for with weed suspended under a float using a long rod and centre pin reel. Shannon Kitchener shows us how to catch just as many on traditional threadline gear! Andrew McGovern takes on three Snowy Mountain dams In three days with some fantastic results. We look at the science of southern bluefin tuna tracking and research across southern Australia and Scott Gray talks about the increasing popularity of lure casting to SBTs. Peter Morris talks GTs and then we have a look at the latest tackle for squid in Egi 2015. Nige Webster outlines tournament strategy that shows how to catch flathead. All that and more in the latest edition of Sport Fishing Australia magazine!
Yak Fisher Issue 30
Achievement deserves recognition, and in this issue 30 of Yak Fisher presents the inaugural Yak Fisher Awards 2014, Congratulations to our winners, Yak Fisher raises a toast in your honour!Yak Fisher glitz and glamour aside, there’s plenty to get excited about in the Winter issue. Justin Wilmer pens a read that delves into Holding Kayak Position. Dave Magner thinks outside the square with a look at Vertical Jigging for. Bass. Tasmanian Trout are also on Yak Fishers Winter menu, as Gard Saxon walks us through his take on fishing the Apple Isles pristine salmonid waters. With cool winter water temperatures about, it’s often amazing what can be found sunning themselves high on the banks. To add to the winter fireside reading, there’s Yak Review of the Viking ProfishGT and Wilderness Systems Thresher, and Gear Review of Sea to Summit Fishing PFD, Scott Lovig Kayak Fishing Dry Pants, and AT Odyssey paddle. Winter issue is a fully loaded. Grab a coffee, sit back and enjoy