Collectors edition fishing lure

Moody Dog Memorabilia Competition

For all those lure collectors out there…. check this out. Back in September 2016, you may recall, we caught our 2000th massive metre plus saltwater barra for clients. Made the nightly news and everything! The fish was caught on a “Mutt” lure – bronze in colour – with some racing stripes drawn on by Ryan…

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Win a barra charter with Ryan Moody

Win a barra charter competition 2017

WINNERS ANNOUNCEMENT Every year at Christmas time we randomly draw a number of prize winners from our Ryan Moody Fishing community. The lucky winners of our 2017 draw are as follows;   Barra Charter with Ryan Moody: Michael Schopp Ryan Moody Fishing Shirt: Edward Weller Ryan Moody Fishing Shirt: Rod Baker Old Dog Lures Pack:…

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Wonky Holes off Cairns

Large mouth Nannygai on Wonky Holes

Every time I find myself wanting to catch some large mouth nannygai, I’m always on the look out for Wonky Holes! Large mouth nannygai are a beautiful red sportsfish in the Lutjanidae family – a relation of Fingermark and Mangrove Jack. Large mouth nannygai are great to eat and fight hard! They are typcially found…

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Easy anchor retrieval using a float

Easy Anchor Retrieval using a float.

Fishing the reef can involve moving around a lot and with the average offshore boat is too big for an electric and too small for an anchor winch. The result is a never ending back breaking task of retrieving your anchor! Unless you have a fit deckie, continually weighing anchor can get a bit tedious…

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Easy hook removal using bent nose pliers

Easy hook removal

A handy tool I never go fishing without is a set of bent nose pliers. They are brilliant to get hooks out of fish especially in throat hooked fish when the fish hooks are deeply embedded. I find the bent nose enables me to see what I’m doing, and with a quick twist the hook…

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new online fishing courses by Ryan Moody

NEW Online Fishing Courses

Well it’s nearly Christmas time again – how the year has flown! Normally around this time of year we make a short video and thank everyone for being part of our community. Which we did (see below) Because we really REALLY appreciate all the support and kind wishes we get from our community members. We…

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Binding weave for custom fishing rod

Custom Fishing Rods

Having a custom fishing rod built can be a wonderful indulgence and may not be as expensive as you may think. A major advantage is that you can have the rod built to suit YOU and your style of fishing. Not only can a custom fishing rod accommodate a specific purpose, they can also be…

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Catch and cook coral trout with Ryan Moody

Catch and cook – coral trout

I know we are a big proponent of catch and release, but like most anglers we also like to catch and cook! Especially Coral Trout. In today’s video blog, I head to the reef with my old mate Ruffy and we pick up 40 or so coral trout. Most were released as we were fishing…

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Herbert River bush camping at Goshen Station

Camping in Australia – Goshen Station

Last week was Ryan’s 50th birthday and there is nothing we like more than bush camping in Australia, and this trip we visited Goshen Station. Goshen Station is a working cattle station not far from Blencoe Falls in the wet tropics of North Queensland. So we headed bush for some quiet time to celebrate away…

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Getting your fish finder right to find untouched Wonky Holes

Garmin and Ryan Moody Fishing Ambassador Ben “Westo” Weston takes the reins for this week’s blog post. Ben was one of our first “Wonky Holes” online course members and has since gone on to find some fantastic country off the coast of Central Queensland using his trusty Garmin fish finder. Be sure and read to…

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