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The major prize is supplied by Fish & Boat Magazine.
1. The major prize consists of 1 x Sea Jay 3.5m Nomad Tinnie with complete Fishwreck wrap $3,000, 1 x 6hp Suzuki Outboard $2,023, 1 x Humminbird Helix 5 Sounder $679, 2x Shimano Reels $520, 2 x Wilson Rods $730, Plano Tackle Storage $400, Reidy’s Lure Pack $300, Hydrofoil $220, Ezythrow Castnet $90, Inshore Safety Kit $150, 2 x Atomic Rods $280, Life Cell $350, Evakool Esky $580, 12 x Cartons of Corona, provided by redemption at local licensed Liquor Legends Store $650. Total value of major prize is estimated at $10,000.
Just in time for Father’s Day, Shimano is proud to be releasing a new range of tackle luggage systems for all the Aussie dads who love a weekend fishing trip. As makers of the most innovative fishing gear, Shimano have developed 5 new additions to their extensive range to help organise all your fishing essentials.
A severe outbreak of coral-eating crown-of-thorns starfish is occurring in the Swain Reefs, the southernmost location in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park found to have the starfish during the current outbreak.
The crew at Ocearch have been generating some cool data on shark movements in QLD.
Following an east coast expedition back in 2015, the team have followed some big beasts with some incredible distances travelled.
The AFTA (Australian Fishing Trade Association) Trade Show is on at the Gold Coast this weekend. This is where the Aussie tackle industry reveals all the new and exciting products set to hit our tackle stores’ shelves in the months to come. The who’s who of the tackle trade are there. The old salts catch up with old friends and remark about how far things have come and the young, or first timers, simply walk around catching flies as they are bombarded with shiny new kit.
Hot bunking of commercial fishing licences must be torpedoed!
By Tim Trollworthy
Welcome to April after a few weeks of cyclones; some of QLD copped a caning with associated drenchings, while other places close to the cyclone action remain as dry as a bone. It epitomises the amazing land of contrast that we live and fish in! I hope all readers in cyclone affected areas are doing OK and the sou’ easters now give us a break.