- MONSTER SNAPPER ON PLASTICS - LIVING WITH AUSTRALIAN CARP - DAIWA BREAM LURES
- INSIDE NINGALOO - PEDALLING FOR COD - FAMILY FISHING - NOOSA MICRO JIGS
Reading a great fishing magazine can sometimes be the next best thing to actually going fishing... But here's something even BETTER than a printed magazine!
Fishing DownUnder #40 is jam-packed with action, information, tips, destinations and product reviews... and you don't have to read it! In just over two hours of spectacular, high-definition vision, this broadcast-quality "DVD Magazine" brings it all to your lounge room, den, holiday house, offi ce or laptop computer - whenever and wherever YOU choose to view! Watch it all, from start to finish, or choose the stories and segments you like most, then view them over and over, at your leisure. Re-wind, slow mo', freeze frame and fast-forward to all the juicy bits...
See below for details about the stories appearing on the FDVD#40
MONSTER SNAPPER ON PLASTICS!
- Steve Starling, Jo Starling & Shane Mensforth
Starlo and Jo join SA Angler publisher Shane Mensforth on the fertile waters off South Australia's Yorke Peninsula to do one of their favourite things: hunt for big, bad pink snapper on soft plastic lures and relatively light spinning tackle. You won't believe the action they experience, nor the size of some of the reds they tangle with! But best of all, you'll learn plenty about how to tap into this style of fishing yourself. Check it out!
European carp are a noxious pest in Australian waters and we’d be far better off without them… but the fact remains that they’re here, and we’re unlikely to get rid of them any time soon. Bearing this in mind, we might as well take advantage of carp as a sport fish, while also doing our part in culling their numbers. As Peter Morse eloquently explains, carp make a wonderful target for sight fishing with the fly. Once you’ve watched this great story, we’re sure you’ll want to grab a fly rod and head for some nearby carp water! -
DAIWA BREAM LURES
- Andrew Badullovich & Micah Adams
Andrew and Micah are out on a NSW far south coast estuary throwing some beautiful little Daiwa hard-bodied lures on ultra-light finesse spinning tackle for yellowfin and black bream, with a few flathead and even luderick thrown in for variety. They share a wealth of knowledge and tips in this highly informative and action-packed segment.
The Exmouth region of Western Australia is a genuine recreational fishing Mecca, with a huge variety of species on offer. In this exciting, action-packed story, Peter and Ben work the shallower, more protected inshore waters inside fringing Ningaloo Reef: one of the marine wonders of the world. The boys cast surface poppers and cross paths with a range of pelagic and demersal fish. We guarantee you’ll feel the warm sun on your skin and smell the tang of salt in the air as you watch this one!
Starlo and Jo are chasing heavyweight Murray cod along the lower Murray River: between Mildura, in Victoria, and Renmark, just across the border in South Australia. But the Starlings have chosen to do it a little differently: using their pedal-powered Native Watercraft kayaks instead of a boat! Casting Gangster Spinnerbaits, they methodically work the many snags until finally striking green-mottled paydirt in the form of a monster cod. If you enjoy kayak fishing and chasing our inland native fish species, you'll absolutely love this story!
Taking the kids fishing can be both a joy and also something of a challenge. Keeping the youngsters safe and happy while gathering bait and catching a few fish is of paramount importance. In this heart-warming story, the Badullovich family and friends demonstrate exactly how to get it right: from knot-tying and rigging to baiting up and catching a lovely feed of fresh fish!
Micro jigging with smaller, lighter metal jigs is one of the fastest growing facets of our sport, and it’s not too hard to see why! Ed and Harvey head out onto the sheltered, estuarine waters of the lower Noosa River before work for a quick session flicking mini metals at a range of species. Their success and the tips they freely share will open your eyes to the effectiveness of this technique in a range of environments.