A DAY spent on a Hobie Revolution, exploring and fishing a tucked away part of the Cowan River in Sydney, Australia. Read more
THIS short and informative video features Steve "Starlo" Starling explaining some handy tips on how to handle and release fish to maximise post-release survival.
FISHERIES Queensland explains some techniques to help reduce the effects of barotrauma on fish caught from deeper water.
IN this video, Al McGlashan explains how the Halco Max 190 and 220 are catching some big southern bluefin tuna this season.
ORIGINS follows a group of fly anglers as they spend four days chasing an array of species and experience one of Australia’s most unique and beautiful flyfishing locations: Hinchinbrook Island.
IN this video, Dan Mallen from NSW DPI Fisheries explains how circle hooks work and the best way to use them.
ON The Edge is a film brought to you by the Cairns Professional Game Fishing Association (CPGFA) to showcase its historical connection to the Great Barrier Reef.
CHECK out rec fishers and OzFish volunteers working together with irrigators and government to install NSW's biggest fish screens, saving millions of native fish.
ON The Edge is a new film by Cairns Professional Game Fishing Association (CPGFA) featuring the world renowned Cairns giant black marlin fishery and the people who work within it.
MURRAY cod and yellowbelly have been salvaged from Victorian irrigation channels and relocated.
IN its latest brand video, Lowrance says it has never wavered from its purpose to push the envelope of innovative performance to help anglers find and catch more fish.
HALCO managing director Ben Patrick and his daughter Ruby show you an easy and fun way to catch fish on lures.
IN this video, The Nature Conservancy gives some insight into the shellfish restoration work currently underway in Port Phillip Bay.
CHECK out this short but informative video from NSW Fisheries for the basics of getting set up and ready for fishing.
SHIMANO Australia and Steve "Starlo" Starling say it's time to dust off the gear and get back to fishing.
NSW DPI says the offshore artificial reef deployed off Swansea last year is starting to fire up, with regular sightings of snapper, silver trevally, blue spotted flathead, pearl perch and kingfish.