Monthly Archives: May 2014

Ryan Moody's first ever 1m barramundi age 15.

My first ever metre barra

Memories… This fish is my first ever barra over a metre long and I was 15 years old. Unfortunately we did keep this one as I didn’t know any better at age 15. It was also used for a photo shoot to promote killalures, one of the premium lure manufacturers back in the 80’s. Up…

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DIY drag washer service

D.I.Y. fishing reel service

Keeping your drag smooth with this step by step D.I.Y. fishing reel service. Have you ever lost a big fish to gear failure? Getting big fish to the boat for clients is my job and why I never leave anything to chance if I can help it. Sometimes we will fish all day chasing that…

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Peters 108cm May 2014

Big Barramundi 7 – Hinchinbrook action Autumn 2014

Bumper season so far for big barramundi despite some atrocious weather. Fishing has been outstanding with most fish in the past five weeks taken lure casting. And talking about the weather, looks like a pretty crap weekend coming up so I thought I’d put together some highlights from the past few months for you. Big…

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Cast nets for catching bait

Top tip for clean and dry cast netting

Tired of getting covered in crap and jellyfish tentacles while cast netting? I sure did about 25 years ago which is why I developed a new way!!! Now I’m not going to boast that I am the only one to use this method, because I’m sure others must have stumbled upon it. But most people…

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