WITH the use of polyethylene braided line (or braid for short) now commonplace for almost all types of fishing, using the right leader material has never been more important! Read more
AVOID the queues and try sourcing your own fish for the table. The cooler months are the perfect time to catch an abundance of species and it's easier than you think.
LATE summer and autumn offers East Coast anglers ample opportunity for chasing an assortment of tasty offshore species.
IN this article we highlight the trends in bream lure fishing that have become established and reliable options that everyone can use.
SPINNING the rocks takes a new direction with keen bream anglers now using specialised estuary lure tactics to produce large fish off the stones.
WHAT is Australia's best fishing town or city? Five Fisho writers tell us why their location is number one.
LIGHT tackle and small lures is a recipe for fun along the rock platforms and breakwalls!
GLIDEBAITS can produce bites from flathead when other lures won't.
LEARN how to reduce the amount of fish you keep by minimising waste when processing your catch.
AUSTRALIAN salmon are a fun fish to target in the surf over the cooler months and can be found around much of Southern Australia's coastline.
NSW DPI Fisheries goes into detail on the process of tagging fish for its Game Fish Tagging Program and why its so important to do it correctly.
TARGETING deepwater flathead can be a deadly tactic which can result in good numbers of solid fish.
TWO champion tournament anglers share their secrets on fishing artificial crabs, one of the deadliest ways to fool big bream in the estuaries.
NSW DPI Fisheries explains what fish tagging is and how its Game Fish Tagging Program works.
CHRIS Cleaver reveals some modern "bottom bashing" tactics for species like snapper, jewies, pearl perch and teraglin.
COLLECTING your own bait is cost effective and fresh, meaning you save money and catch more fish.
IDENTIFYING some marlin species can be difficult, especially at a distance. Check out this guide from the International Game Fishing Association (IGFA) showing distinguishing morphological traits of the black, striped, blue and white marlin.