We use cookies to track usage and preferences. See Cookie Policy
Pocketmags Digital Magazines
US
Pocketmags Digital Magazines

ipad ipad
Title Cover Preview Freshwater Fishing Australia Preview
ipad ipad
Digital subscriptions are available across all devices and include the latest issue and all regular issues released during your subscription. Your chosen terms will automatically renew unless auto-renew is cancelled in your subscription area 24 hours before the end of the current subscription.

Freshwater Fishing Australia Magazine

(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year Freshwater Fishing Australia magazine was first published over 24 years ago and is an institution for many of our country’s freshwater anglers. It is one of the longest running fishing magazines in the country.

Available version

Freshwater Fishing Australia Online Magazine Freshwater Fishing Australia Magazine Cover Freshwater Fishing Australia Magazine page Freshwater Fishing Australia Online Magazine Freshwater Fishing Australia Magazine Cover Freshwater Fishing Australia Online Magazine Freshwater Fishing Australia Magazine Cover
Digital Edition
SAVE 30%

Select your version

Single Issue - Jul-Aug
$4.99
Annual Digital Subscription
Only $ 3.50 per issue
SAVE
30%
$20.99
6 Month Digital Subscription
Only $ 4.33 per issue
SAVE
13%
$12.99
Please note that the calculations are for illustration purposes only. Savings are calculated on the comparable purchase of single issues over the subscription period and can vary from advertised amounts. Complete your collection savings are based on the RRP of the latest issue.

Pocketmags currently accepts the following methods of payment:
Payment Options
Issue Cover

Freshwater Fishing Australia  |  Jul-Aug  


Issue 139 of Freshwater Fishing Australia is bursting at the seams with great tips; techniques and locations for all those dedicated freshwater anglers out there.
Nige Webster reflects on 20 years of trout flies, spin gear and spawn run fish, and finds that ‘drift rigging’ is still is as effective and engaging as it was two decades ago... Colby Lesko shares some handy tips for getting amongst some trophy-sized fish in Victoria’s Moorabool Reservoir. In his second and final instalment on fishing Burrinjuck Dam, Andrew McGovern drills down into the techniques, methods and locations of the upper Murrumbidgee Arm and the Yass River arm of this iconic water. Trevor Hawkins suggests that to get our once fabulous trout fishery back on track and thriving again may take some lateral thinking from both trout anglers and fisheries managers. Big Murray cod, bass and barramundi are close to the top of the freshwater fish species list that feed and hunt at night according to Andrew McGovern, but there’s one species that knock them off their perch to claim first place, and that species is the mighty brown trout.
Dean Norbiato takes a fresh look at what it takes to lure a lunker from our inland lakes and dams, and he explains that just like any form of fishing, you have to crawl before you walk. Sammy Hitzke excelled quickly on his first trip to tick off a greenfish from his bucket list. James Dainton found himself turning up at the wrong location for what was initially a highly anticipated fishing session. Trevor Hawkins revisits the Eildon Pondage and discusses the lure and flyfishing potential of this fantastic fishery close to Melbourne. Stephen Booth takes an indepth look into ‘wakebait’ fishing methods for XOS cod. There’s a lot more of course, including electronics, finesse luring, gear and reviews etc, and all of it finished off with Mick Halls long running and always fascinating FlyTalk.
Freshwater Fishing Australia magazine was first published over 24 years ago and is an institution for many of our country’s freshwater anglers. It is one of the longest running fishing magazines in the country. For two decades, the country’s leading fishing journalists have been providing the best information for our anglers. The quality of the publication has resulted in many local anglers retaining every copy of the magazine ever published. Freshwater Fishing continues to hold the trophy of the country’s most popular freshwater only publication.
Every two months Freshwater Fishing Australia’s team of expert writers update you on what’s working and where to fish. All techniques from fly fishing for trout through baitfishing for goldens to casting soft plastic for barra – and every variation between. The magazine’s popularity and strength is its concentration on providing information that fishers can apply to improve their success rate in a way that all readers can understand. All of the well-known and respected fishing writers have contributed to this magazine at some time in its history. Current experts who are regular contributors include Bill Classon, Greg French, Rod Harrison, Trevor Hawkins, Rod Mackenzie, Andrew McGovern, Frank Prokop, Steve Starling, Nigel Webster and Philip Weigall
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your device each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year

You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Freshwater Fishing Australia magazine subscription.

Note: Digital editions do not include the covermount items or supplements you would find with printed copies.
Your purchase here at Pocketmags.com can be read on any of the following platforms.

You can read here on the website or download the app for your platform, just remember to login with your Pocketmags username and password.


Our magazine apps run on all iPad and iPhone devices running iOS 7.0 or above, Android should be: Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) or above , Kindle Fire (Gen 3) or above, Windows 8 tablets, Windows 8.1 Phones, and PC and Macs with a html5 compatible browser.

However for iOS we recommend an iPad 2 (2nd gen)/iPhone 3 or better for performance and stability. Earlier models with lower processor and RAM specifications may experience slower page rendering and occasional app crashes which are outside of our control.
N/A
0 Customer Reviews
There are currently no reviews for this title
Login and be the first to write a review
Issue Cover

Freshwater Fishing Australia   |   Jul-Aug   


Issue 139 of Freshwater Fishing Australia is bursting at the seams with great tips; techniques and locations for all those dedicated freshwater anglers out there.
Nige Webster reflects on 20 years of trout flies, spin gear and spawn run fish, and finds that ‘drift rigging’ is still is as effective and engaging as it was two decades ago... Colby Lesko shares some handy tips for getting amongst some trophy-sized fish in Victoria’s Moorabool Reservoir. In his second and final instalment on fishing Burrinjuck Dam, Andrew McGovern drills down into the techniques, methods and locations of the upper Murrumbidgee Arm and the Yass River arm of this iconic water. Trevor Hawkins suggests that to get our once fabulous trout fishery back on track and thriving again may take some lateral thinking from both trout anglers and fisheries managers. Big Murray cod, bass and barramundi are close to the top of the freshwater fish species list that feed and hunt at night according to Andrew McGovern, but there’s one species that knock them off their perch to claim first place, and that species is the mighty brown trout.
Dean Norbiato takes a fresh look at what it takes to lure a lunker from our inland lakes and dams, and he explains that just like any form of fishing, you have to crawl before you walk. Sammy Hitzke excelled quickly on his first trip to tick off a greenfish from his bucket list. James Dainton found himself turning up at the wrong location for what was initially a highly anticipated fishing session. Trevor Hawkins revisits the Eildon Pondage and discusses the lure and flyfishing potential of this fantastic fishery close to Melbourne. Stephen Booth takes an indepth look into ‘wakebait’ fishing methods for XOS cod. There’s a lot more of course, including electronics, finesse luring, gear and reviews etc, and all of it finished off with Mick Halls long running and always fascinating FlyTalk.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Freshwater Fishing Australia magazine print subscription.
Shipping Information

Shipping is included in the price for all subscriptions, single issues, bookazines and merchandise products on Pocketmags. The prices you see are the prices you pay, we do not add additional shipping costs during the checkout. We deliver to the United Kingdom, Europe, United States of America and the Rest of the World.

Shipping Times

All prices for magazine and some newspaper subscriptions listed on Pocketmags include free delivery.

The deliveries are handled by each of our publishing partners. The great thing about a subscription is that in most cases you will receive the issue before it goes on sale in the shops!

Your subscription is most likely to start with the next available issue. The delivery date is determined by the date that you placed your order and the print date of the next available issue.

If you are concerned about a delivery, please contact the publisher of your subscription directly. Alternatively, you can contact us and we will provide you with the details for the publisher.

  For weekly publications please allow up to two to four weeks for your first delivery.
  For monthly publications please allow up to four to six weeks for your first delivery, although some publishers may have longer lead times.
  For bi-monthly publications please allow up to six to eight weeks for your first delivery.
  For international delivery and Magazine from Abroad please allow up to ten to twelve weeks for your first delivery.

Ways to Pay Pocketmags Payment Types
At Pocketmags you get Secure Billing Great Offers HTML Reader Gifting options Loyalty Points