by Sarah Graham
Many anglers are preparing for the opening of the new angling season on Saturday 7 August and it's shaping up to be another good one with the fishery in excellent health as a result of last year’s drought breaking rains. There are many great fishing locations around the State from which to choose for the opening weekend and early season fishing but here are a few suggestions.
The Challenge will take place on Sunday, 10 April and registration is $20. Every competitor will receive a brag mat and limited edition cap. Once again 100% of the entry fee will go directly to the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia.
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Visit Review, in the left Main Menu for the full article or click hereRapala Australia would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a merry Christmas and a very fishy New Year. Thank you for your continued support toward Rapala & all associated brands for 2010. May your rods be bent and lines kept tight these holidays.
30 random entries will receive a FREE Rapala Clackin’ Minnow in a random colour, valued at $29.95. Be one of the first to try this innovative new lure, due for release mid January, 2011. Details on the Rapala Clackin’ Minnow are below.
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It’s mayfly time..
October 14th, 2010 by Daniel Hackett
The mayfly season has started with small hatches on the Macquarie, South Esk and North Esk rivers…
Haines Hunter has formed an alliance with audio brand Rockford Fosgate, with the stereo systems now standard equipment in R-Series Limited models and offered as factory-fitted options in all other boats.
Recharge this winter as RISE - Fly Fishing Film Festival 2010, the world's largest fishing film festival, hits theatres on the Australian leg of its 2010 worldwide tour. Throughout July and August, cinema audiences will be electrified by a selection of fly fishing films presented in crystal-clear high definition on the big screen. Exotic destinations, epic adventure, big fish and award-winning cinematography explode from the screen as this live event spectacular wheels its way across the country. Check out www.gin-clear.com for all tour information, videos, photos and more.
12th April 2010
Suzuki Marine recently launched its newly refreshed service school, now located at The Haines Group’s recently refurbished state of the art facility in Wacol, Brisbane. The two-day workshop operates 25 times a year, and offers dealership technicians the opportunity to train and become up-to-date on new products and technical advances introduced by Suzuki.
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Hello everyone, I thought it would be a good time to introduce myself.
My name is Stephen Smith and I have been managing the website tasfish.com since May 2009.
It has been an epic journey of learning and discovery and I am indebted to Mike Stevens for his help, support and patience.
I am developing a new venture Rubicon Web and Technology Training ( www.rwtt.com.au ). The focus is two part, to develop websites for individuals and small business and to train people to effectively use technology in their everyday lives.
Please contact me via www.rwtt.com.au/contact-me/ for further information - Stephen Smith.
Mike Fry doesn’t only live on the Wild Side of Tasmania, but also goes fishing in probably the wildest boat ever to troll for trout—certainly in Tasmania.
When your mate says ‘What are you doing tomorrow, want to come up the Gordon for the night?’ it would be pretty hard to say anything else except “you bet” and start checking out your tackle box and packing your overnight bag. But if your mate was Troy Grining and he wanted to give his new 52ft, high speed cruiser a run across Macquarie Harbour, test the new onboard dory with a chance of landing a nice Gordon River Brown you would have to feel privileged. I didn’t say anything about getting on my hands and knees and kissing his feet…just having a lend of ya’ but I did feel very appreciative.