I think that sometimes anglers get too obsessed with big fish such as Metre Barra, Metre Murray Cod etc… Yes, it’s nice to catch these larger fish, but if you scale down your gear, particularly when the meteries are being difficult to catch or simply not around, you can still have a lot of fun catching smaller versions of the same species. This has been the case over the last couple of days fishing in some Murray Cod High Country where the average size of the fish was between 45 – 60 cm. Using a Daiwa TD Sol 3-5 kg… read more →
We recently had the pleasure of guiding Mark Berg on a barramundi shoot for his Fishing Addiction series, as well as an episode for The Next Level. August can be a tricky month fishing wise, as it’s often the change-over month from winter to summer species. As it happens, we had a hot spell in July and plunging temperatures both on land and water in August, which did not make fishing easy. Knowing we had to produce quality fish, we made the decision to head north, as we knew good Barramundi were being caught in Peter Faust Dam. Peter… read more →
With the warmer weather just around the corner, it’s time to start looking around some of those flats, drains and deeper holes in your local estuary or river system for King Threadfin. Colour, depth and size of lures and flies can make a difference when targeting Threadfin. Sometimes Threadies will eat any lure or fly you throw at them without hesitation, but then there are days when they can be very fickle, especially when they are feeding on Jelly Prawns. As a general rule, if the water clarity is low and discoloured (as it usually is where threadfin live),… read more →
John Haenke from Guided Fishing DownUnder recently featured on “Creek to Coast”, here is the first part of the story:
John Haenke from Guided Fishing DownUnder recently featured on “Creek to Coast”, here is the second part of the story:
Threadfin Salmon have been around in good numbers recently, check out some of the action you can expect to see on this video!