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Targeting Luderick on Lures



Luderick fishing has long been a very “traditional” affair with the old timers keenly keeping their secret rigs,baits,tips and spots very much to themselves, sharing these intricacies only with a lucky few. It is for this reason I will be surprised if my suggestion that we can actually target this elusive table fish on lures, isn’t […]

Atomic GGS 38 Crank



by Tom Deer The Atomic 38 crank in GGS colour is my go to lure when chasing black bream although I do make a slight modification. In order to gain distance to the cast and to get the lure to suspend I often glue 1/2 a small split shot to the underside of the lure. […]

Atomic Prong wins First Comp for Connor Duffy



“It was no ABT but hey, we all started somewhere” You could say the release of my “Sight Casting Big Bream on Atomic Hardz Bream Shads” video has sparked my addiction to competition style fishing. After receiving praise from anglers and a local Sport Fishing Club (the hosts of the Corio Bay Classic), I was […]

Walking the Walk



by Luke Galea “Walking the walk” – In other words setting foot in a meandering freshwater river bed and trekkin it. It would have to be my favourite type of fishing. The fish are never of a size or quantity off the Richter Scale, its physically demanding – but at the end of the day, […]

Atomic Metalz/ Bass Megabucks



By Tom Deer On a bit of a road trip from Adelaide recently I had the pleasure of fishing with Grafton angler, Tony Thorley, in the ABT Megabucks event held at Lake Somerset Qld. Competing as team Bassday, Tony and I had a ball catching several fish throughout the 3 sessions plus the prefish. Over […]

Spring, It’s the Season for Gold



by Chris Frith With winter behind us, albeit a very mild one, you cannot help but feel at least a little excited about the next couple of months of targeting yellowbelly in our western waterways. Spring certainly is the season that memorable yellowbelly catches are made, with the spawning activity making these gems of the […]

From flathead fillets to sheer GT fun



  For the majority of people living on or near the east coast of Australia there is a fishable beach within reasonable travelling distance and 30 minutes drive can be all that’s needed to get amongst it. The kids love it, the dogs love it, and it’s one of the few places I feel truly safe […]

Havin a ball in the Whitsundays



by Luke Galea After a very hectic work schedule, the opportunity to take my little tinnie up to the Whitsundays and fish around some of the beautiful islands was just way too good to pass up. I have this cracker little spot up there which just fires all day long. It is not a spot where […]

Hobie Kayak Bream Series Georges River



by Andrew Death The Georges River in the southern suburbs of Sydney was the location for the most recent of the Hobie Kayak Bream Series. This has been a highly anticipated round with the top two places from this round being offered the chance to fish in the Hobie Worlds Fishing Competition later this year […]

Shiners…Fat Grubs and Bulldogs – Atomics sensational trio!



by Luke Galea Top-water fishing methods would have to be my most favoured form of fishing, bar none. I was using an Atomic K9 Bulldog with the aim of landing a few nice sooty grunter and saratoga in an early morning yak assault and it didn’t take long for the faithful K9 Bulldog to find […]