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AUTUMN FISHING PLANNER

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Statistically speaking, autumn is the calmest, most predictable season of the year. We look at what to catch and where to catch it as the weather cools off.

CATCHING SOUTH AUSTRALIAN TROUT ON FLY

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Casey Mattson is a very keen lady fly fisher who loves her sport and knows a lot more about it than most. If you’re keen to learn more catching trout on fly tackle, read on and be informed!

CHOOSING THE RIGHT METAL

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Metal baitfish profiles have been the backbone of our salmon fishery for decades, but as B.G. Fischer explains, there’s a lot more to metal lures than simply grabbing one and tying it on.

FINDING YOUR MOJO

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Chris Pucknell takes a look at the combination of factors that makes some anglers more consistently successful than others.

FISHING AND THE BAROMETER

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Fishing has always been an inexact science, but we are certain there are strong links between barometric pressure and feeding activity – at least with some species. Jamie Crawford explains.

FISHING WITH THE FAMILY

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Brett Mensforth has realised that many things change when you become a parent, but there are plenty of positives that come as part of that change. Teaching your kids to fish and love the marine environment can be a truly rewarding experience.

LIVINGSTONE’S – GAR AND SQUID CENTRAL

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Peter Nicholls reveals one of this state’s best spots for really big garfish and calamari, both from shore and boat.

PLAYING AROUND IN PONDS

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Shane Mensforth recently ticked another item off his extensive fishing bucket list. This time it was slugging it out with giant catfish in South-East Asia.

PORT PIRIE’S BLUE NOSE BRUTES

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Lubin Pfeiffer spills the beans on one of SA’s premier bream fisheries. This is essential reading for those looking for true trophy-sized bream.

SUMMER PRAWN AND CHORIZO PIZZA

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The Largs Pier Hotel is our new seafood hang-out. First up it’s a fabulous prawn and chorizo pizza.