The humble whiting might not be the first species that you consider when you’re fishing in Central Queensland, but it’s a fun and viable lure fishing target all year around. Mackay fishing identity Luke Galea explains.
The Bemm River system is spectacular, but not necessarily the easiest place to chase bream on lures. Luckily, we have kayak tournament champion Joel Crosbie to share his tips and advice.
This article provides a quick rundown on some fishing spots around the Scarborough (Qld) and Redcliffe peninsula areas. Plenty of opportunities for land-based, kayak and boating anglers to target a wide range of species.
The greater Sydney area has no shortage of fishing opportunities for lure tossers, as today’s guest Luke Kay shares in this interview. From the bays and estuaries to the ocean rocks, Luke takes us through where he likes to go in search of fish.
Fingermark are a challenging sportfish to find and catch, but Isaac Fenech does pretty damn well with them in the inshore zone, fringing reefs islands and headlands around Port Douglas in Far North Queensland.
Ewen Maddock and Baroon Pocket Dam are relatively small, lesser known fishing spots on SEQ’s Sunshine Coast. Loaded with bass, saratoga and cod, they create a unique and readily accessible opportunity for lure fishers.
Carl Dubois is one of Australia’s very successful kayak bream champions and in today’s episode he shares his tips and advice for fishing his home waters of Botany Bay and the Georges River.
Lake Wendouree trout feed aggressively during the winter months, and Kelsi Gull makes the most of that opportunity by getting out and chasing them multiple times per week over winter. Some great advice in this episode for anyone interested in extracting trophy trout from a shallow, weedy lake system.