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FishLife Issue #15 Preview

FishLife Issue 15 Featured Articles – In Sale from Thursday 3rd NOVEMBER 2014

The Bream Beneath
While there’s no denying the fun of surface lure fishing for bream, it’s not the only way of going about things. Jamie Robley explains some of the finer points of getting ’em deeper down.

Tropical Wonderland
Micah Adams revels in the many attractions for fly anglers around Hinchinbrook Island in Far North Queensland.

Paradise Found
Warren Steptoe ventures to the remote Conflict Island Group in the Coral Sea and finds fishing heaven.

Tassie Unplugged Pt.1
Starlo and Jo head to Tasmania with their car and boat, enjoying the freedom to explore this angling paradise on their own terms. This issue they review some of the state’s freshwater fishing options and next time they look at the coastal alternatives… Hopefully, their wonderful experiences will inspire you!

United We Fish
Can you imagine a future without the magic of family fishing holidays? Without the chance to chill out and wet a line for simple pleasure? Jo Starling fears dire times ahead if we don’t realise our collective power to promote the economic and lifestyle value of recreational fishing.

Wicked Windy
With a fistful of shiny lures, Dean Norbiato heads to Windamere Dam, Australia’s number one hangout for hefty golden perch.

Hard Yards
Luke Galea has been logging some serious techno reconnaissance and some tough, Indiana Jones-style trekking in his quest for an elusive fish in his home waters. So far, no prize, but he recommends the experience to us all.

Boat Test – SEA JAY 6.8 PURSUIT GS
Warren Steptoe dabbles with an attractive newcomer from a Queensland boat building dynasty and comes away smitten by her stylish design, her performance – and her bountiful abundance of rod holders!

 

Plus, enjoy our regular columnists:

  • Doctor Fish  – Julian Pepperell
  • Think Like a Fish – Steve Starling
  • Fishermum – Emma George
  • Out There – Warren Steptoe
  • Grass Roots – Gary Howard
  • Young Guns – Coen Amon
  • Rod Wrapper – Ian Miller