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Flat out with flathead


THE last month of winter is upon us. June and July provide excellent fishing around southeast Queensland and August should continue to produce just as well. Flathead Flathead have been the most common capture, with excellent numbers turning up in all of the rivers and creeks around Brisbane. The ocean-fed rivers on the Sunshine and Gold coasts will see big …

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Murray cod closed season and closed waters

Qld Fisheries

A closed season applies to Murray cod from 1 August to 31 October in all Queensland waters in the Murray-Darling Drainage Division. Exceptions apply to some stocked impoundments. Closed waters also apply from 1 August to 31 October to allow Mary River cod to breed. See the full list of closed waters in freshwater areas. below. You cannot target Murray …

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Moreton Bay fishing magic

Moreton Bay

IT didn’t matter what report you looked at, snapper catches were prolific in June and July this year, prior to the closure. Moreton Bay And it didn’t matter if you were land-based, on a kayak or kicking back in style – quality snapper were being landed left, right and centre! Guy nailed a very nice 57cm snapper when fishing in …

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Fisheries Qld roving surveys underway

Qld Fisheries

Fishery Monitoring’s annual roving surveys are officially underway! Fishery Monitoring scientists have conducted 3 roving surveys on the northern Gold Coast beaches since the start of the tailor fishing season. Last Saturday, our scientists interviewed 37 fishers and measured 161 tailor! The largest tailor on the night measured a respectable 53 cm. You can help with this important work by …

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Cast nets illegal in NSW

cast nets

In early June the Tweed Heads Fisheries office received a direct call from a concerned member of the public reporting the illegal use of a cast net on the Tweed River at Tweed Heads. Fisheries Officers promptly responded to the information and caught up with the person who had used the cast net to take 230 Herring and 4 Diamond …

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Bundaberg – weekly report

Bundaberg fishing

BUNDABERG OFFSHORE & INSHORE Bundaberg weekly fishing report For the anglers wanting to head out this weekend, I would definitely be keeping a close eye on the weather report in case the wind drops off because it is looking a little blowy at the moment. If we do get a nice little window of opportunity, it’s a great time to …

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Noosa – weekly fishing report

Noosa fishing

The big wet – As forecast, the rains certainly hit us hard along the coast mid-week and Friday. This saw some localised flooding and yet more rain flooding the Noosa River. The swells were as predicted, and First Point had consistent 1m of swell reeling off down the point. The good news is the Noosa River channel will see yet …

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Gold Coast Coomera – weekly report

Gold Coast Coomera

Hi everyone, hope you are all having a nice week. It was fantastic to have much nicer weather on the Gold and Tweed coasts after the strong wind, big swell and rain battered us late last week. We have been lucky enough to see a return to sunshine and much lighter wind, making conditions a lot more pleasant for everyone …

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Daiwa 22 TD Zero


The all new 22 TD Zero rod range combines contemporary looks and Daiwa’s latest advanced designs and technologies, to deliver anglers a feature packed and diverse rod series. HVF Nanoplus blank provides optimum sensitivity and weightlessness, while the X45X Full shield construction used in the lower section of the blank increases torsional stiffness providing resistance to twisting, eliminating blank distortion, …

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Atomic Real Baitz

Real Baitz are an incredible innovation from the Atomic stable. The key to this range is the life-like appearance, feel and colours that resemble our most iconic bait species. We used three-dimensional scanners and printers to perfectly replicate some of the most popular bait species, right down to their fins. We also carefully crafted the tail designs to ensure that …

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