HALCO says it did the bulk of its product testing last year in Shark Bay, WA. Check out all the action! Read more
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.
CURTIS Waterman runs through some of Halco's best options for chasing pink snapper.
CURTIS Waterman runs through his top five Halco lures for the Western Australia salmon run.
RECFISHWEST says the Bunbury artificial reef just keeps getting better and the results of a scientific monitoring program appear to back this up.
HALCO'S Curtis Waterman runs through a couple of different ways to rig up soft plastics for deepwater use.
HALCO'S Tim Carter shares some practical tips to keep your lures going for years.
NSW DPI says it's tagging the most sharks in the world, allowing scientists to increase their knowledge about the movement and ecology of white, tiger, and bull sharks.
MATT McCarthy is a keen kayak angler based in Perth, Western Australia. Matt's adventures take him and a handful of Madeye soft plastics up rivers and creeks chasing bream.
JOIN Keith Rose-Innes in the search for giant golden masheer along the Bhutanese rivers. Fast rivers and powerful fish made for exciting battles that were often lost.
DEPARTMENT of Environment, Land, Water & Planning Victoria Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research are collecting information on the Murray spiny freshwater crayfish.
CHECK out this video from Baia Lodge of a huge school of spot tail bass in a pristine river in the New Britain jungle, PNG.
THIS video shows Arthur Rylah Institute carrying out emergency extractions of various aquatic fauna in East Gippsland after recent bushfires.
NSW DPI - Fisheries drought response coordinator, Cameron Lay, speaks about the immediate and long term effects of bushfire on our native fish and what you can do to help.