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FishLife Issue #18 celebrates the stunning beauty and passion of Australian fishing.
In the jungle, the mighty jungle, a bunch of young Aussies had the fishing adventure of a lifetime. Matt Barwick recounts the ripping yarn of their exploits.
BEACHES, BIKES AND BARRA
In part two of Steptoe and Cotter’s fatbike trip to Cape York, the beach bikes fulfil their promise and transport the dynamic duo to some red hot fishing locations.
BACK FROM THE BRINK
An appetite for big fish drew Chris Baty to Canada’s Prince Edward Island, where the legendary giant Atlantic bluefin tuna are rampaging once more.
CRUISE CRAFT EXPLORER 530
Several months after introducing us to his new boat, David Granville provides an update on what works and what doesn’t, and details the additions he has made to make it more fishable.
FishLife’s David Granville reports on his week aboard a luxury mothership, cruising and fishing the spectacular Kimberley coastline. With tales of big barra and fantastic cuisine, we may never get him in a swag again.
Northern bluefin or longtail tuna are among the most exciting and accessible big fish options for keen land-based anglers in northern NSW. Andrew Mayo outlines the tackle and tactics for making the most of the late season action.
Starlo is the first to admit it has taken him decades to accept that there really is more to fishing than catching. Inspirational trips like this New Zealand experience have eroded his obsession and given him cause to pause and reflect.
ISLANDS OF THE BROKEN SERPENT
The azure waters and coral reefs of the Palm Island Group are home to an exciting array of tough tropical sportfish. Matt Young shares his impressions and angling know-how gleaned from island-hopping this rewarding northern destination.
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