The Fishing DVD #32 STORIES INCLUDE: - READING AN ESTUARY - HERVEY BAY TROPHIES - DURRAS LAKE - BUSH CAMP BOBBING - BERMAGUI ALBACORE - COX’S RIVER TROUT
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!
The Fishing DVD #32 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#32
READING AN ESTUARY Bribie Island - Steve Starling, Jo & Charlotte
Many anglers find it daunting to go in "cold" and try to work out a brand new waterway for themselves. Starlo takes the family on their first visit to Bribie Island, in south eastern Queensland, and explains how he goes about locating some fish and then catching them on light tackle and soft plastic lures. There are a swag of priceless fishing tips in this one!
HERVEY BAY TROPHIES Shannon & Shae Watson, Mark Bargenquast, & Carl Jocumsen
Hervey Bay, in South East Queensland, is one of those rare "mixing pot" regions where fish species from the tropical north and the temperate south regularly overlap. This makes for some especially exciting angling action, and it doesn't get much better than chasing high speed pelagics such as tuna and billfish in shallow, clear water, where so much of the encounter is highly visual. We suggest you avoid watching this one if you have high blood pressure!
DURRAS LAKE with - Andrew Badullovich & Paul Seward
Our shallow, tidal, estuarine flats are loaded with life. Yet, catching fish in such clear, skinny water can be extremely challenging. Join Andrew and Paul as they show exactly how to do it, using light tackle, a genuine "finesse" approach and the very best of modern lures. We'll be amazed if you don't pick up a few tricks and tips from this segment that will dramatically improve your own results in similar scenarios, wherever you find them.
Catching yellowbelly or golden perch on "bobbed" baits in our inland waters is a quintessential Australian pastime. It's also simple, accessible, relaxing and rewarding — all the things that recreational fishing should be! Cooking up the catch later for a memorable bush camp meal is simply the icing on the cake. We guarantee this one will take you back to your fishing roots, no matter where you grew up and learnt your craft... Enjoy!
COX’S RIVER TROUT with - Shannon Watson & Brad Sissins
Talk of crystal clear water and wild trout typically conjures up images of New Zealand, Tasmania or the Victorian and NSW alpine high country. However, unknown to many, some exceptional trout fishing also exists just "over the hills" behind Sydney's sprawling metropolis! And you don't need a boat or even a kayak to tap into this world class freshwater fishing... a pocketful of lures and an ultra-light spin outfit will do the job! Join Shannon and Brad as they explore this amazing fishery and share some invaluable tips on reading the water to pin-point the very best trout lies.