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    February 4, 2015 • Uncategorized

    The Focus Point Magazine OUT NOW!
  • July 30, 2015 • VIDEOS

    VIDEO: Welcome to the Jungle – FNQ Jungle Perch
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    July 28, 2015 • DIY

    DIY: Hobie Outback Rectangle storage hatch upgrade
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    July 9, 2015 • REPORTS

    Toolondo Calling
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    June 29, 2015 • REVIEW

    REVIEW: Megabass Destroyer Phase 3 – Deep Throat F0-68XS
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    June 13, 2015 • REPORTS

    Lake Wendouree – Urban Trout fishing
  • The Focus Point Magazine OUT NOW!

    The wait is finally over! Click the link below to check out our brand new project The Focus Point. The Focus Point is a brand new FREE bi annual digital magazine which we have put together with of some of the best authors & photographers in the fishing community. A huge thank you to everyone …

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  • VIDEO: Welcome to the Jungle – FNQ Jungle Perch

    In Depth angler explore the rainforests of Far North Queensland in search of the freshwater Jungle Perch. A great lure fishing species to target that can take you to some amazing places and on some serious adventures. Using a Daiwa generation black black jack travel rod, paired with a Daiwa sol II 2004 reel, walking …

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  • DIY: Hobie Outback Rectangle storage hatch upgrade

    One of the best upgrades you can do on your 2015 outback if you are looking for some more storage space is to upgrade to the larger rectangle hatches which are used on the Pro Angler model. The modification is a really easy way to increase usable and easily accessible space in the outback and …

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  • Toolondo Calling

    With the rivers closed for the trout to do their thing, it was time to head off and battle the cold for a few days chasing some big trophy lake trout. The destination was Lake Toolondo in the state’s North West, a lake which had received much media attention over the last 12 months regarding …

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  • REVIEW: Megabass Destroyer Phase 3 – Deep Throat F0-68XS

    The “Destroyer Phase 3 – Deep Throat” is one hell of a name which could be easily mistaken for an adult film rather than a high end fishing tool. After only seeing and hearing positive words about this rod for over a year I bit the bullet and bought myself one from Japan without ever …

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  • Lake Wendouree – Urban Trout fishing

    Lake Wendouree is definitely one of those hit and miss fisheries. Too many times have I heard “you should have been here yesterday!” after bracing the icy winds of Ballarat for a day of trout fishing only to catch one half decent sized trout. But if you do happen to get there on a day …

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  • PICTORIAL: A Whole New World – Winter Cod Fishing

    With the Melbourne forecast for the June long weekend looking less than desirable, Joel Bramble and myself hit the highway to explore a river I have wanted to check out for a long time. In a short but adventure filled few days we traveled 1600kms by car, 25kms on foot and spent countless hours fishing …

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  • REVIEW: Daiwa Emeraldas Squid jig case

    While fairly new to squid fishing, I had always wondered what the best way was to store and carry these larger profile lures. So after getting a collection of squid jigs, I decided to look into some storage options and came up with the Daiwa Emeraldas range as a great looking squid jig storage option. …

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  • 10 Must Watch Fishing Videos

    Its been a hard task but someone had to sit down and filter through the internet to find to find the gems. Here’s my list of 10 must watch fishing films from across the globe. 1. Bucknasty Browns BY : MONTANA WILD With runoff in full swing, the guys decided to load up the truck …

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  • VIDEO: #Thursdale – Melbourne metro bream

    An insight into fishing for Melbourne metro bream with one of the most dedicated metro fishermen Dale Baxter. His vessel of choice being a Action Kayak Sale (AKS) hobie kayak, giving the flexibilty to launch almost anywhere in the city and the stealth required to catch these unpredictable city bream. Enjoy in HD!  

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  • REVIEW: Lure – Assassin Spinnerbaits

    Introduction We love fishing for Australian natives. Casting hardbodies, lipless cranks and spinnerbaits for Murray cod and Yellowbelly. So we decided to put some of the Assassin spinnerbaits that we use through their paces in this lure review. Spinnerbaits are one of the best ways to target these structure loving species, so they have to …

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  • REVIEW: Korkers Redside Wading Boots

    Introduction With a huge range of Wading boots on the market these days from numerous different brands, it is definitely a tough decision narrowing down exactly which model of boot to spend your hard earned cash on, and then hope they will do exactly what you want in the river and on also dry land. …

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  • IDA Hoodie Now Available!

    IDA Apparel is here! We are doing a PRE-ORDER for our IDA Hoodie. Be sure to get your order in soon as our pre-sale ends 11/5/15. Don’t go cold this winter with our super warm 350 gsm cotton blend hoodie. COLOUR: Charcoal SIZES/MEASURMENTS COST: $60 delivered to your door* This is how our PRE-SALE works …

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  • VIDEO: The Hidden Stream

    In Depth Angler take you on an adventure to one of their special places. A hidden Stream where small trout abound and the scenery is stunning. A place where all you can hear is the water over the rocks and the birds in the trees. With a good sense of adventure anyone can find a …

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  • GUIDE: Bream on the flats

    One of the best and most effective ways to target bream with lures is on the flats. By flats I mean any piece of water that’s bottom is generally flat or very slight gradient, but is generally 1m deep or less and covers a fair area. Flats can potentially go completely dry on low tides …

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  • REPORT: 2015 Vic Bream Classic Round 2 – Gippsland Lakes

    Round 2 of the 2015 Vic bream series was held at Metung in the Gippsland lakes. Last year we were restricted to the major rivers due to bad weather but in stark contrast this year we had amazing weather, light winds and plenty of sunshine. While the nice weather was great for boating and moving …

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  • GUIDE: Fishing Sunglasses lenses

    One thing I found out when looking for a new pair of fishing sunglasses was that I didn’t know much about lens colour and how it can best be tailored to the type of fishing I do. So here is a summary of what I found and how it can help you if you are …

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  • Wingan It!

    Spontaneous fishing trips are usually some of the best, the type where you just get up and go with no real plans or expectations. The March long weekend crept up rather quickly and with a few days off Josh and I decided to head east to explore a small tidal estuary system reserved only for …

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  • REVIEW: Daiwa Tatula Baitcast Reel

    We take a look at one of Daiwa’s latest low profile baitcaster offerings, the Tatula. A mid range baitcaster that has a stack of features for its price range, performs well on the water, and is silky smooth.   SPECIFICATIONS   Model   Tatula 100H   Line Capacity   12lb/135m, 15lb/90m   Retrieve Ratio   …

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  • PICTORIAL: Fishing Victoria’s Alpine Region

    With hot weather predicted for Melbourne, we decided to head to Victoria’s alpine region to escape the summer heat. There’s so many options to explore and fish in this part of the world, spring fed creeks, hidden lakes and boulder filled rivers, we only just scratched the surface in the day and a half of …

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  • REVIEW: Daiwa Generation Black Rod – Trauma Centre

    In need of a heavier all round spin rod I decided to check out Daiwa’s Generation Black – Trauma Centre. This Red veneered model has the same great quality and affordable price of the numerous other generation black series rods, and looks to be my new rod for all occasions. Specifications Model 712 MMLXS TRAUMA …

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  • 2015 Trout Fishing Closed Season Dates

    Remember that in Victoria, NSW and TAS we have closed season for all trout species every year. Put these dates in your diary so you don’t forget. The closed fishing season for trout (and other salmonids) for 2015 is from midnight on Monday 8th June, to midnight on Friday 4th September 2015. The closed trout …

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  • GUIDE: To Scent or not to Scent

    To scent or not to scent, that is the question! Most anglers seem to have an opinion on the effectiveness of using scent on fishing lures. Some people think scent is a gimmick, that it’s more inclined to catch the fisherman in the store as opposed to fish out on the water. While other people …

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  • REVIEW: Daiwa Battler – Water Zombie 701ULFS

    The original Daiwa Battler range of rods were a huge success with Australian anglers when first introduced many years ago, some models such as the Sparrow & Kingbolt still retaining a cult following today. Daiwa’s vision for the new Battler series rods was to make the most lightweight and technically advanced rods available to date, …

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  • Summer Holidays – East Gippsland Style

    Summer holidays always come around quicker than expected and often just the thought of going away at the same time as thousands of others can put a halt to any plans before they are even made. I myself have been in this situation many times before, always thinking of things to do over the Christmas …

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  • REVIEW: Daiwa Generation Black Rod – Drunknmonkey

    Daiwa’s generation black series of fishing rods offer great quality at such an affordable price, so lets have a look at my dedicated lightweight plastics rod, the Drunknmonkey 6101ULFS, by far my favourite lightweight plastics rod. Specifications Model GB 6101ULFS Drunknmonkey Type Spin Sections 1 Length 208cm / 6’10″ Action Ultra Light Taper Fast Cast

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  • REPORT: Vic bream Classic 2014 Grandfinal

    The 2014 vic bream classic grand final was held down at the amazing mallacoota inlet in far eastern Victoria. Generally a bream fishermans paradise, the Mallacoota system can give anglers some of the best bream fishing they will ever come across, but for the 50 anglers who made the 2014 vic bream grandfinal unfortunately it …

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  • IDA FIRST LOOK: Daiwa 14′ Presso 2025H

    Just in direct from Japan, we have got our hands on the new 2014 Daiwa Presso 2025H. More details and full review to come.   SPECIFICATIONS   Line Capacity (Nylon)  2.5lb – 100m / 3lb – 90m   Retrieve Ratio   5.6 (75cm)   Weight   185g   Bearings   10+1   Drag   2kg   …

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  • Species Insight – Southern Calamari

    Whether your chasing them for the table or the bait box, calamari are favorite target species for anglers. Get to know your catch a little better with this months Species Insight.

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  • VIDEO: Eildon Yellowbelly Season Begins

    In Depth Angler had a successful trip up to our favourite natives fishery Lake Eildon, chasing our first Victorian yellowbelly for the 2014/15 season. The fish were quite active up to about 10.30am when they slowed down. We managed to get a little bit of footage on our iPhone, so we put together a little …

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