The Fishing DVD #9

Product Code: The Fishing DVD #9
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The Fishing DVD #9 
STORIES INCLUDE: - Mary Magic with Ed Vander Kruk - Tournament Savvy - Townsville Reef Trip - St Helens Fly - KG Whiting - Fuel 'N' Fuses

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 #9 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 #9



with Ed Vander Kruk and Mark Bargenquast

The mouth of the Mary River lies less than four hours easy drive from Brisbane's Gateway Bridge, and yet it is proving to be one of the most overlooked and underestimated sportfishing destinations in all of south east Queensland! Marvel as Ed and Bargy smack a string of massive saltwater barramundi and oversize threadfin salmon in this unsung locale... then pack the car and get going!

> Mark Bargenquast


with Darren "Dizzy" Borg & Nigel Webster

Darren "Dizzy" Borg is an acknowledged star of the hard-fought ABT and AFC Bream Tournament circuits, and a major prize-money winner at this highly competitive level of bream luring. Here he shares a wealth of knowledge and some invaluable tips with Nigel Webster as they pluck a few big bruisers from the lower Clarence River in northern NSW. If breaming rocks your boat, you definitely won't want to miss this one!


with Ed Vander Kruk

Join Ed Vander Kruk and The Fishing DVD team aboard SV Boat Charters' superb mothership for an amazing adventure to the outer Great Barrier Reef, 80km east of Townsville. Almost every bait dropped overboard produces a different species including some stunning GTs, hefty largemouth nannygai, bruising coral trout, impressive jobfish and trophy mangrove jacks! Learn how to rig for all these beauties and more, too.

> Mustad
> SV Charters


with Peter Morse

The sheltered bays, estuaries, and rivers of Tasmania’s East Coast have some extraordinary fly fishing opportunities for those who are prepared to try something different. The St Helen’s region in the north east, based around Georges Bay, and the rivers to the north and south are an exceptional example of this little known fishery.

> Michael Haleys gone Fishing charters
> Peter Morse


with Steve Starling & Shane Mensforth

Starlo joins Shane Mensforth and "Tumby Tom" Teirney in pursuit of elbow-slapper King George whiting in the shallow seas surrounding the Sir Joseph Banks Group of islands, off South Australia's Eyre Peninsula. If you've never seen a genuine kilo-plus whiting before, prepare to be stunned and amazed! Even more importantly, learn how to rig up and what baits to use to catch a few of these awesome whiting for yourself.

> Tourism Eyre Peninsula
> South Australian Angler Magazine

with Steve Starling & Dan Power

Yamaha's technical guru, Dan Power, runs us through the potential pitfalls of storing outboard fuel for too long. He explains how to circumvent any problems by using a couple of simple fuel additives, before moving on to the important issue of finding, checking and replacing fuses in your Yamaha. We'll be amazed if you don't mutter "I didn't know that!" a couple of times while watching this segment!


Part 1: Reels with Shannon Watson

Most tackle stores these days hold a mind boggling array of rods and reels. Let Shannon Watson give you a few pointers and guidelines on matching up your next rod and reel combination.


with Scott Amon

Very few anglers utilise their GPS to its full fish-finding potential. In this Lowrance segment Scott Amon and his son Coen use their GPS chartplotter to successfully work some small, but productive, submerged pinnacles off the Coffs Coast. Scott also offers some helpful hints on operating your GPS.



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