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.
Pure Fishing Australia – New product 2010
Designed as an entry level combo range that offers a range of sizes to suit most common fishing situations. The Vigilante series provides occasional fisho’s with a balanced, reliable outfit, spooled with line and ready to go fishing. The 6 model range covers light spin for estuary and freshwater through to beach and boat models.
15th February 2010
Suzuki today announced the launch of two new fuel-efficient and high performance four stroke outboard motors – the new generation DF40A and DF50A.
Bar Crusher Boats recently teamed up with Navico Australia’s Dave Silva to develop the first 560XS Tournament model.
Designed around Dave’s passion for tournament barra fishing in the Top End, this custom model has taken Bar Crusher’s popular ‘crossover’ concept to another level.
Built on the heavy-duty plate aluminium 6.10m (LOA) 560 hull, Bar Crusher’s high-tech Waveslicer™ non-pounding, deep-V hull design is perfect for handling the often messy conditions, created through large tidal movement and wind, encountered along the Top End’s river systems and open coastline. The boat’s expertly-engineered Rigideck™ sub-floor system ensures maximum hull strength, while Bar Crusher's exclusive Quickflow™ water ballast technology turns the boat into an amazingly stable casting platform at rest.
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The first Atlantic salmon eggs used to begin Tasmania's Atlantic salmon aquaculture industry were introduced into Tasmania in 1984. From these humble beginnings a valuable Tasmanian industry has evolved with a worldwide reputation for having a premium disease free product. This industry provides a spin off to all anglers in the form of regular escapes of salmon from the farms.