Freshwater Fishing Australia #141

ssue 141 is bumper with great articles and techniques. Dean Norbiato busts out the hardbodies again, in part two of his look at casting floating divers for Murray cod. AFN looks at the origins of some key new players and lure manufacturers getting noticed, as well as some well-established manufacturers, and we get some top tips from the pros on fishing wake baits. But with new wake bait manufacturers seemingly arising every day, this list is continually evolving and by no means the last word!.

As an ambassador for Rapala VMC Australia Scott Gray has used a wide range of Rapala models to catch trout in lakes and rivers across the country. He describes the various models and explains where and when each is most suitable for use. Simon Cardone hits the Murray Darling Basin in search of summer greenfish. Colby Lesko traverses his way into the jungle to target some of Australia’s rarer freshwater species. Trevor Hawkins takes a look at a few of his favourite Victorian caravan and camping areas that provides access to numerous areas where the fishing and scenery rival one another.

Daniel Kent headed to Tasmania’s Twin Lakes in search of big trout with some of his closest mates. It’s fair to say they experienced some epic fishing with plenty of memories to boot. Chris Frith takes a look at the effectiveness of soft plastics on Australian bass with a particular look at paddletail and curl tail grub varieties. As an ambassador for Rapala VMC Australia Scott Gray has used a wide range of Rapala models to catch trout in lakes and rivers across the country. He describes the various models and explains where and when each is most suitable for use. You can have the most expensive gear and quickest boat going around, but if you don’t get the basics right, like tying knots, then what’s the point?. Packed with techniques from our regular articles, Tactics, Electronics, Gear, and Flytalk.

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