fish species Tag

The March and April rains are my favourite time of the year. I look forward to nothing more than the downpours which engorge the tributaries and upper reaches, bringing big Barramundi to Queensland's waterways. They reproduce downstream and will use the increased water flow to...

Amberjacks become the catch of choice as soon as December rolls around. The fishos in the Sunshine Coast grab their tackle and head for the reefs to make the most of the warm weather Amberjack run. These fish can get pretty agro, this makes soft...

As kayak fishing soars in popularity, yak fishos are chasing larger and larger species. It was this train of thought and the allure of taking some really big fish yak side, that brought me to Maroochydore on the Sunshine Coast. My friend had described to me...

I am a bit of a stickler when it comes to fishing. You can forget your fancy lures, realistic flies and soft plastics. I love my fishing to be organic from beginning to end. I catch garfish to use as bait for Snapper and other...

Know your fish species for better fly fishing with this guide. Aussie anglers are lucky. We have a huge array of fish species patrolling our lakes, rivers, estuaries and seas, and many of these feisty fish are happy to snaffle a fly. These common freshwater and...

It takes a bit more than luck to regularly catch big Bass. Bass fishing is extremely popular with kayak fishos around the world and Australia. We’ve compiled a list of tips to help you catch more Bass by feeling the bait. WHAT IS FEELING THE BAIT Feeling...

Mangrove Jack (Lutjanus argentimaculatus) are the demon fish of Australian waterways. They are aggressive and savage predators that destroy potential prey and obliterate unwary or underprepared anglers. Jack’s have a reputation for burying baits, lures, and leaders deep into dark snag-strewn lairs, never to be...