By John Boon
It was so depressing sitting at home and looking out the window at the trees almost being blown over and touching the ground. The last few months had been absolutely atrocious weather here on the Capricorn coast with strong sou’ easters and the occasional showery day. A glimmer of hope appeared on the horizon with a drop in wind for the coming weekend.
By Josh Behrendorff
I’ve always been somewhat envious of fishing charter operators, not so much for the customer and business interactions, but more so for the fact that these people have been able to make a living by going fishing and putting people onto fish.
For the unlucky north Queenslanders who weren’t in Mackay on the Monday following the Boat Show and super-boat races, let me state categorically that it is was cold. Bloody cold! It was, in fact, colder than it was in Brisbane. So, I feel vindicated for my small faux pas during the testing of two of Australian Master Marines’ (AMM) finest.
Feeling peckish (if not absolutely ravenous) after a days fishing? The following dips are easy to make and will go a long way towards satisfying that empty tummy feeling.
Dips are an important arrow in a food party host’s quiver. Let’s say that the main course is running behind schedule, or maybe
By Dylan Brier-Mills
Images by Declan Williams
Lake Tinaroo, situated on the Atherton tablelands has been known as "the lake of a thousand cast" for as long as I can remember. However, in the last few years big barra from this pristine part of the world are becoming more common,
The ed' describes several captures this month that certainly left him a little gobsmacked. You'll never guess what latched onto a 2" Atomic Prong, a Halco Twisty and a Zman Pop FrogZ!
I've actually managed to get out on the water a lot this month, which was a really nice change for me. It all started with the arrival of my new tinnie, a 3.9m Hornet with bowmount Minn Kota and 25 Yammy.