Presented from Issue 96
Late summer brings to the fore the best of fly fishing in Tasmania, the regularity of hatches and falls of terrestrial insects makes dry fly fishing at times spectacular. These days are highlights and can be predicted with some regularity, however along with the highs you also get the lows, those ‘dog days’ where the trout simply don’t want to play. It could be they are too well fed or more sensitive to changes in the weather, or in fact simply will not feed until the hatch they can predict better than us arrives.
How to predict where the fishing will be good is a key to success at this time of year particularly if you want the fish a particular style of fly fishing. When fish do start to feed make the most of the opportunities as in high summer with warm water these ‘hot bites’ may well only last a short time.Read more ...
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After two years feedback and continuous research, Platypus has remastered their popular Platinum Braid, to produce a stronger thinner Braid whilst still retaining the softness of the original best-selling line. By employing a unique braiding process we are able to pack the PE fibres+ closer together decreasing diameter and enhancing the strength by up to 25%. When consulting with anglers one of the most important properties is softness, this increases handleability of the braid enabling smoother, more trouble-free casts.
Renowned fishing writer and TV presenter Steve ‘Starlo’ Starling has chosen MotorGuide for all his electric motor needs.
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For more information, visit www.brunswick.com or www.mercurymarine.com.au
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CJ Marine 8 Legana Park Dr, Legana TAS 7277
(03) 6330 2277
10 Gemalla Rd, Margate TAS 7054
(03) 6267 1456
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Trev and I had a nice trip to little lake on Sunday caught fish on hard body lures , the fish are a lot bigger than the last couple of seasons in my opinion cant wait to get up there in the summer
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Your fishing time is precious! Now you can catch more fish by using an ‘Auto-retract’ cord holder and eliminate the annoying tangles of cord on the deck of your boat when using lure retrievers.
The auto retract cord holder stores your lure retriever cord neatly and safely and keeps your boat deck free of loose coils, thereby avoiding tangles or tripping over cord.
Black sides with white accents in immaculate condition. Used for trout fishing, bream tournaments, recreational use and skiing. No money spared on this boat and everything in perfect working order. Click here for Brouchure
Hope our friends with the fins have been kind! I wanted to reach out to you all as we launch PENN’s dedicated Australian face book page. This is unashamedly a call out to you guys to jump on the page and help us spread our wings as we get up and out there! Check out the link: http://www.facebook.com/PENNFishingAustralia
(Guide To Buying & Setting Up Your Boat For Fishing)
New edition from boating journalist Jeff Webster, is a 3rd Edition of his popular title, Fitting Out For Bay & Coastal Fishing. This 132 page glossy publication is a comprehensive guide to buying a new boat and setting it up for fishing. Experienced anglers may know how to rig up their boats for fishing, but if you’re not quite sure where to put that rod holder, how to set up your outriggers, or what size live bait tank you might need, then you’ll want to grab a copy of this first-rate magazine.
The existing Shimano Saros threadline series has been re-built from the ground up, with a stylish new appearance and a heap of extra features.
Looking especially smart in a gunsmoke grey, black and metallic finish, the FA series covers all the popular small to medium reel sizes — 1000, 2500, 3000 and 4000. The new XGT7 graphite frame, rotor and sideplate cuts down weight while maintaining strength, and we have X-Ship for increased gearing efficiency and power, delivered via a zinc DC gear and a hardened brass pinion for longevity and light-touch handle rotation.
In the wake of record drought-breaking rains; leading freshwater spinner/spoon company, Blue Fox, part of Rapala VMC Corp. unveils its new Australian website which features detailed information on popular freshwater lures available in the country.
MAKE EVERY CAST COUNT - with Blue Fox. Click here to visit bluefox.com.au
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