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  • Piers, Pylons and Pontoons – Targeting bream around man made structure

    May 5, 2016 • GUIDE, TECHNIQUES • Views: 5574

    If bream are one of the species you like to target whilst fishing, then I have no doubt that at some stage or another you have managed to catch or at least have seen Bream hanging around or feeding off man made structure of some sort. Man made structure will

  • REPORT: 2015 Vic Bream Classic – Mallacoota, Round 5

    October 20, 2015 • REPORTS • Views: 4582

    A bit of a write up of our latest round of the Vic Bream Classic held down at the beautiful Mallacoota in far east Gippsland. And beautiful it was! Sunny warm weather made for great boating, but probably made the fishing a little bit slower than normal for

  • VIDEO: #Thursdale – Melbourne metro bream

    May 14, 2015 • VIDEOS • Views: 3419

    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 Sail (AKS) hobie kayak, giving the flexibilty to launch almost anywhere in the city and the stealth

  • GUIDE: Bream on the flats

    April 8, 2015 • GUIDE, TECHNIQUES • Views: 9035

    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

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

    March 30, 2015 • REPORTS • Views: 3248

    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

  • Summer Holidays – East Gippsland Style

    January 1, 2015 • REPORTS • Views: 5961

    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

  • REPORT: Vic bream Classic 2014 Grandfinal

    December 14, 2014 • REPORTS • Views: 3717

    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

  • REPORT: Vic Bream Classic Round 5 – Hopkins River

    October 17, 2014 • REPORTS • Views: 3173

    The 5th and final round of the 2014 Vic Bream Classics was held at Warnambool on the Hopkins River over the weekend. Such a small system can make fishing with 50 teams quite interesting and is a system known for its tough conditions and shy fish. This weekend

  • REVIEW: Daiwa TD Sol II 2004

    October 1, 2014 • REVIEWS • Views: 15614

    One of Australians favourite spinning reels, the Daiwa TD Sol II has been redesigned with some of Daiwa’s ground breaking technology to create an even better version of this mid range workhorse reel. SPECIFICATIONS  Line Capacity  3lb/140m, 4lb/100m

  • GUIDE: Lure Fishing Basics Part 1 – Gear

    July 21, 2014 • GUIDE • Views: 6910

    GEAR If you are just getting into lure fishing, here are some basics that will help point you in the right direction of landing your first fish with lures. We are going to break this article up into 2 parts, with the first section being on lure fising gear.

  • Top 10 Hardbody Lures for Bream Fishing

    July 1, 2014 • GUIDE • Views: 142967

    These days there are thousands of different lures on the market to target bream. Lure fishing for bream has taken off in a big way over the past 10 years, and where we as anglers used to only have a handful of brands from overseas companies that could be

  • REPORT: Vic Bream Classic Round 4 – Glenelg river

    June 19, 2014 • REPORTS • Views: 3585

    Pre-fish day for round 4 of the Vic Bream classic dawned and we hit the water in beautiful winter conditions – still, crisp and with a great sunrise. We were here to fish the Glenelg river in far western Victoria for the next 3 days. Pre-fish saw us

  • REPORT: Vic Bream Classic Round 3 – Gippsland Lakes

    May 9, 2014 • REPORTS • Views: 3428

    Round 3 of the VIC Bream Classic was held down at the beautiful Gippsland lakes this year. This round ended up having a format we had never seen before due to the impending high winds and bad weather. The venue of Gippsland Lakes is a huge area and has the

  • VIDEO: 2014 Resolution – East Gippsland Saltwater Fly Fishing

    April 17, 2014 • VIDEOS • Views: 5131

    In Depth Angler bring you another video from the beautiful East gippsland. This time with a scenic video showing Darren’s 2014 resolution of using his fly rod more, especially targeting and fishing for the plentiful saltwater species of the region like

  • VIDEO: En Route To Adventure – Fishing East Gippsland

    March 31, 2014 • VIDEOS • Views: 3722

    In Depth Angler is proud to share our latest project with you. En Route To Adventure – Part 1 Fishing East Gippsland. The En Route to Adventure series aims to take you on a visual journey, chasing Australia’s favorite species in some of our

  • VIDEO: Mallacoota Fishing – Lure Fishing with Vibes

    June 8, 2013 • VIDEOS • Views: 6006

    A video we shot while down exploring the beautiful waterways of Mallacoota. This place is a lure fishermans paradise, with so many great spots and species to target, including my favourite, Bream. On this particular trip we found the best way to catch these

  • Glenelg River – Lure Fishing for Black Bream & Estuary Perch

    May 29, 2013 • REPORTS • Views: 26161

    We took off for a few days recently down to the majestic Glenelg river at Nelson on the VIC /SA border. The plan was to spend the few days doing a bit of fishing and also exploring the area and its numerous tourist attractions, like the princess Margaret

  • Port Phillip Bay Lure fishing session

    May 16, 2013 • REPORTS • Views: 7592

    This time of the year produces some great lure fishing opportunities in Port Phillip Bay, with heaps of Australian Salmon, pinkie snapper and bream available to target. We headed out onto the bay for a lure fishing session and to check out a few new spots,

  • Lure Fishing Mallacoota for Bream and Flathead

    April 11, 2013 • REPORTS • Views: 18501

    Well our first Mallacoota trip was pretty amazing, not quite the spectacular fishing we had been hearing about and hoping for, but still eventful none the less and a great way to experience this great system for our first time. We were coming down to the

  • REVIEW: Plano 4674 Hydro-Flo – Ultimate Gear Bag

    March 24, 2013 • REVIEWS • Views: 9833

    I like many others am a tackle junkie and when going fishing, whether it be for a day or a week, am generally in the mindset of “ill take that just in-case”. With an array of boxes, scissors, pliers, leader, sunnies etc, it all adds up to be quite

  • Spare Treble Hook Storage – Lure Fishing

    March 23, 2013 • IDEAS • Views: 6740

    First I should start out by saying that I did not come up with the idea of this and there are guys that have been doing this for years, but I thought i would share it for those that i haven’t seen it. The reasons for changing out treble hooks can be

  • COMPARE: Daiwa Double Clutch 60 VS 75

    March 23, 2013 • COMPARE • Views: 11231

    Recently Daiwa have released a new addition the their lure range, the 60mm Double Clutch. Taking its design characteristics and internal moving weight system from the original 75mm Double Clutch, we have a look at the differences between the two and see what

  • Maribyrnong river Bream and Jewfish, Melbourne fishing

    March 15, 2013 • REPORTS • Views: 20504

    It was a beautiful Monday morning when I was cruising out of the warmies boat ramp at williamstown on my way to pick up Rob for a morning of bream fishing, made even better by the fact that it was a Monday and I didn’t have to go to work! We decided to