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How To Fish the Gold Coast Seaway.
Fishing the Gold Coast Seaway.The Gold Coast Seaway is an amazing place to fish with many species to chase at different times of the year for both lure and bait fisherman, from either the shore or a boat. The two main species people like to chase in the seaway are Mulloway and Trevally, but there are a lot of other species to chase, I will talk more on these later, For now, I will give you some tips on how and where to chase Trevally and Mulloway in the Gold Coast Seaway.How To Catch Mulloway In The Gold Coast Seaway.Ok, chasing Mulloway in the seaway is a lot of fun on either baits or lures, ..
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Sea Fishing Rigs
Sea Fishing Rigs.I am going to let you know what sea fishing rigs I use for my offshore fishing adventures. Tips on where to use them with what bait and what species I catch when using these different fishing rigs.Paternoster Rig.The Paternoster Rig is one of the most commonly used sea fishing rigs for offshore fishing as it will catch a very large variety of fish. It can be made with one hook or three hooks, just make sure you know your rules for the area you are fishing! When making Paternoster Rigs you can either use swivels for your branch lines or tie a simple knot to make a loop for your..
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Fishing Advice For The Gold Coast.
Fishing the Gold Coast waterways.Southeast Queensland fishing advice. When fishing estuaries you must consider the time of day, tides, structure. So what I am going to do here is a basic break down on where, how and the most common fish to catch in estuaries. Bream are the most sort after fish to catch in estuaries and one of the easiest to catch, the best way to chase them in Queensland is to fish around the structure, bridge and jetty pylons and rock walls with a running sinker rig on a run in tide late afternoon or early morning with mullet, chicken gut, prawns, worms for bait. Flathea..
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Fishing lures back to basics.
Lure Basics.A lot of people are trying out fishing lures for the first time so I decided to help them out by posting what I catch on them, plus how and where to use them.Blade Fishing Lures.Blades work very well especially in river systems for fish such as Flathead, Bream, Silver Trevally, Tailor, and Aussie Salmon. I like to slow jig Blades in deeper water over a tide change, and I don't jig the whole water column just the bottom half, the techniques are very easy. 1 Drop the blade to the bottom and then slow lift rod up then drop back to bottom and repeat, this technique works the bottom for..
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Saltwater Fishing Areas
Fishing Areas.Fishing areas can be divided roughly into three distinct areas, Offshore, Inshore and landbased. Each area has its own challenges to be conquered, rewards to be found and requirements to be met.Offshore Fishing.Offshore fishing is deep blue water away from the shoreline, it definitely requires a boat that can comfortably contain the anglers with capacity for long-range driving, safety gear and specialist tackle and navigation gear. Offshore is usually for sport fishing enthusiasts, its where you get to chase the mighty Marlin and other pelagics. On the east coast of Australia, Of..
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Australian Fishing is Awesome.
Aussie Fishing.I am very lucky to have some of the best Australian fishing right at my doorstep and as an avid fisherman living on the East Coast of Australia I know that I am incredibly lucky because I am always in easy reach of the ocean, and all of Australia is surrounded by magnificent waters filled with an abundance of fish species. Our clean coastly waters range from warm and tropical to moderate and changeable to cool and temperate, we also of course also happen to have magnificent reefs. Tropical Australian Fishing.Our tropical waters produce the mighty Marlin for the Game fishing..
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