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How to rig squid strips

MOST anglers I have met over the years know that whole squid is a great bait for mulloway, however very few realise that you will catch just as many (sometimes more) fish by stripping large torpedo squid. The beauty of using strips is that you will catch mulloway from 2-42kg using this method, whereas if you rig squid whole and …

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Austackle Berserka

THE Austackle Berserka is a sinking, high-speed trolling/casting lure with a violent action. It can be trolled up to seven knots with ease. Mimicking a frantic and terrified baitfish, the Berserka is suited to all kinds of pelagics and other species such as mackerel, tuna, wahoo, dolphinfish and barramundi. With a resounding rattle, vivid flash and wild action, the Berserka …

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Tin Can Inlet starting to clean up

Apparently we are now in autumn however someone appears to have forgotten to tell that to summer as it’s been a pretty hot & muggy week with temps in the 30’s. Well two weeks after cyclone Marcia dumped heavy rain on SEQ Tin Can Inlet is starting to clean up although there is still some dirty water around. There have …

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Mossops Cleveland fishing report 05/03/2015

I think I will start with an apology for no reports over the last few weeks as the weather conditions got the better of everyone, even the keenest of anglers. However, on the brighter side of what we experienced over the last couple of weeks, the rain will bring the bait out of the creeks. As I said in my …

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Bundy a bit lumpy offshore

G’day, guys. Well, with the full moon coming up on Friday night and the weather forecast for the Bundaberg area looking like the winds will be up around 15 to 20 knots from the southeast, at this stage it might be a bit lumpy offshore this weekend. By all reports, quite a few of the bigger boats that headed offshore …

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Coomera fishing report 05/03/2015

The weather has been perfect for hitting the water and chasing a feed on the Gold Coast this week; let’s see what’s been happening. For those chasing a Spanish Mackerel the reports have been a bit hit and miss this week, everyone was keen to get out after the low moved through late February but the fish and bait are …

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Kawana fishing report 05/03/2015

With all of this fresh water about the word was to give it go but be mindful that there is plenty of fresh water around. Well that was an understatement. The fishing has run hot from last Thursday through and it doesn’t look like it is slowing down anytime soon. There have been marlin inside the Gneerings, big Snapper out …

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Corned beef fritters

Corned beef fritters are the perfect thing to fill up on before heading out for a day in the bush or on the boat. Check out this recipe by Melissa Frohloff. Ingredients 2 cups self-raising flour 1 cup milk 3 eggs 2 cups corned beef 2 tsp salt 1 large onion 270g tin Golden Circle corn 1 cup frozen peas …

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Freshwater fix from a quick flick

This was a good reminder for me to check the Seqwater website when water levels are down in dams. Hopefully I’ll get back into some Borumba fishing soon. Monduran Dam Recently I was lucky enough to head to Monduran Dam with my mate Jackson for a much-anticipated barra fish. This dam is huge and upon arrival we met up with one of …

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