Micro Jigging Explained Part 3 – Pulling it all together

After you’ve tossed your jig over board and its on its way to the bottom, you need to consider how your going to retrieve it?! There are many ways to do this and some of them are very simple indeed! Firstly – watch your line as it sinks. As soon as your jig is in [...]

Micro Jigging Explained – Part 2. Assistance with Assist hooks, rigging and accessories

Hooks – one of the strangest things about most of these lures is they don’t come with any hooks (no hooks when you buy them). This, as you can imagine, is for a good reason! There are just as many hook combinations as there are jigs and because of this, you need to select the [...]

Todd Riches’ secret to pulling big fish out of structure.

Most 3-5kg rods you pick up these days are quite stiff and while this is good for chucking heavier plastics for flathead and the like, it is not so good for chucking light soft plastics or crankbaits for bream. This is where the Abu Veritas come into their’ own. When I first picked up the [...]

5 basic tips for Murray Cod fishing in impoundments – Bryn Mathews

1. Learn weather patterns and moon phases Impoundments are a forever changing ecosystems that are heavily influenced by weather. Studying water temperatures, winds, times of day, barometric pressures and moon phases will lead you on a huge road of discovery with plenty of trial and error. Ultimately patterns develop and you can learn just as [...]

Spring Pro Tips – How to catch Mulloway

The days either side of a full or new moon are prime time for mulloway. These apex predators feed in short, sharp bursts, usually as the current slows during a change in tide. In terms of key target areas, bridge pylons, sweeping bends, break walls, ledges and deeper holes are good places to start sounding. [...]