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With the recent tough weather condition in Perth, every fishing trip counts. Luke Ryan shares a few techniques to help you catch more dhufish, baldchin grouper, breaksea cod and pink snapper.
It's closed season for barra in the saltwater. At this time of year, impoundment barra is a good option. Check out Part 1 of this series to discover the behaviour of impoundment barra.
Luke Ryan explains how sounding up structure, bait, and predators before dropping a jig is a surefire way to increase your catch rate.
When Greg Livingston and Lee Rayner asked me to do some filming for Lee’s fishing show ‘Fishing Edge’ I didn’t hesitate in responding with ‘When should I hook the boat up?’.
Kylie talks about her excitement of being able to fish out wide with her new trailer boat that's equipped with the NSS evo2.
In the last part of the series, Hooch concludes with tips on caring for your catch, staying safe on the water, and being patient when trying to get the tuna onto the boat.
There are various factors that influence tuna behaviour. In the third part of the "Tuna Tips" series, Hooch highlights the things you should focus on to increase your chances of catching the tuna.
Steven Puopolo outlines a few tips to help you get high clarity readings on the NSS evo2 when you're out on the water.
Before heading out into the open sea to fish, it is important to check tide, weather, and even the moon phase to ensure you'll have a good time on the water.
If you want to catch more snapper when you're out on the water, check out this blog post for tips.
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