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Sports Fishing Australia Magazine

(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 4 issues per year Sport Fishing Australia magazine (formerly Saltwater Sport Fishing) was the brainchild of Bill Classon. Although initially dedicated to providing saltwater only information, it has subsequently grown to include freshwater content.

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Sports Fishing Australia  |  Mar-May SF73  


Autumn is upon us, and as the water begins to cool a whole new list of fish species and fishing techniques come into play for Australian anglers.
In issue #73 of Sport Fishing Australia we turn our attention to fishing for kingies, bluefin tuna, golden perch, Murray cod and more. We take a closer look at why Sammy Hitzke urges anglers to resist the temptation to fish deep and instead target the shallows in search of big bad brawlers. Chasing super-sized kingfish in shallow water is one of the most exhilarating forms of fishing, especially for southern state anglers, and Lubin Pfeiffer shares his tips on getting amongst a few southern hoodlums.
Pat Williams discusses the methods required to catch school jewfish in the wash zone, and Jason Ehrlich tackles some exotic freshwater delights. Scott Gray takes a look at the rise of Victoria’s bluefin fishery that just seems to be getting better each season, and he shares some top tips to help you get amongst the action on these amazing speedsters.
Andrew McGovern discusses a few of our most popular fresh and saltwater species and shows how you can best target them in various situations, while Glen Stewart looks to the United States for inspiration to find a new technique to target our very own golden perch. Bryn Mathew discovers that patience, persistence and a lot of determination is the key to catching the lower Murray rivers gigantic inhabitants.
All that and more can be found in this issue of Sportfishing Australia magazine!
Sport Fishing Australia magazine (formerly Saltwater Sport Fishing) was the brainchild of Bill Classon. Although initially dedicated to providing saltwater only information, it has subsequently grown to include freshwater content. The publication is released quarterly and has been in existence since 1997. The magazine has always used our most recognised fishing journalists as well as emerging new talent to collate the best quality and most current fishing information. The publication includes a mix of detailed technical information, great photography and artistic diagrams to ensure you learm the know how to improve your results.
Audit figures show circulation of the publication to have doubled in the past two years, a sure sign that more and more anglers are finding significant benefit in the way this great magazine is constructed. If you want to see what all those other anglers are gaining the benefit of, we invite you to download a copy for yourself!
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You'll receive 4 issues during a 1 year Sports Fishing Australia magazine subscription.

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Sports Fishing Australia   |   Mar-May SF73   


Autumn is upon us, and as the water begins to cool a whole new list of fish species and fishing techniques come into play for Australian anglers.
In issue #73 of Sport Fishing Australia we turn our attention to fishing for kingies, bluefin tuna, golden perch, Murray cod and more. We take a closer look at why Sammy Hitzke urges anglers to resist the temptation to fish deep and instead target the shallows in search of big bad brawlers. Chasing super-sized kingfish in shallow water is one of the most exhilarating forms of fishing, especially for southern state anglers, and Lubin Pfeiffer shares his tips on getting amongst a few southern hoodlums.
Pat Williams discusses the methods required to catch school jewfish in the wash zone, and Jason Ehrlich tackles some exotic freshwater delights. Scott Gray takes a look at the rise of Victoria’s bluefin fishery that just seems to be getting better each season, and he shares some top tips to help you get amongst the action on these amazing speedsters.
Andrew McGovern discusses a few of our most popular fresh and saltwater species and shows how you can best target them in various situations, while Glen Stewart looks to the United States for inspiration to find a new technique to target our very own golden perch. Bryn Mathew discovers that patience, persistence and a lot of determination is the key to catching the lower Murray rivers gigantic inhabitants.
All that and more can be found in this issue of Sportfishing Australia magazine!
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
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You'll receive 4 issues during a 1 year Sports Fishing Australia magazine print subscription.
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