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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 […]

Changing Plans Delivers 1st at Ballina Marineland Bream Classic



by Zac Skyring Last weekend saw the annual Ballina Marineland Bream Classic held on the Richmond River. Our pre fish two days before had found very few quality fish in the lower reaches. The run in tide was producing extremely clear water so fish were timid and hard to find. We had previously nailed some […]

Wading the Flats



by Zac Skyring Wading the flats is one of my favourite ways of fishing in summer. Being able to sight cast big ‘elbow slapper’ whiting and quality size bream in shallow water always serves itself for an awesome days fishing.  When on the flats my favourite way to fish is with surface lures or shallow […]

ZAC SKYRING WINS 3RD ROUND GOLD COAST BREAM SERIES



by Gamakatsu Congratulations to Zac Skyring. One of our newest team members who had an awesome day fishing the third round of Gold Coast Bream Series last weekend. He finished in 1st place for the day and 2nd place for Team of the Series, and also won the Lowrance/Simrad bonus award. “The bream fell for […]

Technique: Tapping the Slack, Atomic Shiner 45



By Dan Mackrell With the first rays of sunlight creeping through and having just positioned myself perfectly with the electric motor, I checked the drag to ensure I had adequate pressure to pull any fish out of structure as quickly as possible. First cast was a bit wide so I feathered the spool to stop […]