Tag Archives: Large mouth nannygai

Is the barrier reef dying - boat on reef

Is the Barrier Reef Dying ?

Because we spend so much time fishing and snorkelling, we often get asked the question; Is the Barrier Reef dying? And while it is difficult to answer that question definitively, we have found some areas very badly damaged and dying. We have also found many areas with quite good coral cover, both hard and soft…

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Cape Bedford headland

Fishing Inshore Cooktown continued…

Our trip fishing inshore Cooktown continues… But wait! This is Episode 2 and you can watch the first episode here. The goal for this trip was to film some content for our upcoming Locating Livies course. As well as have some fun smashing Nannies on Wonky Holes And some snorkelling on the reef. The advantage…

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Michaelmas Cay and Wonky Hole Nannygai

Michaelmas Cay is a lovely little bird sanctuary 21 nautical miles north east of Cairns. It is one of the most important bird nesting colonies on the Great Barrier Reef. Mainly because it has a large grassy area permanently above water and is high enough to withstand cyclones. Terns and Frigate birds that spend their…

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Fishing northern australia for nannygai

EP. 11 Fishing Northern Australia – Last night at sea.

Last night at sea with our mate Evatt fishing northern Australia on our Princess Charlotte Bay trip. Sadly Evatt had to get back for work, however we will be certain and have him along for more of our adventures. After catching cod for the whole trip, Evatt’s Cod King mantle was in jeopardy when I…

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Topwater fishing on the outside reef

Green Jobfish Nursery – Jewell to Lizard – PCB Ep. 8

The green Jobfish is a prized fish among recreational anglers. And during our transit from Jewell Reef to Lizard Island we encountered a swarm of them! The weather for this leg of our journey was sublime! Perfect to score a quick dinner fishing on a Wonky Hole (although we nearly lost it to a huge cod).…

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Ribbon Reefs

Ribbon Reefs – Great Barrier Reef

Each year for the last two years we have headed to the Ribbon Reefs on the Great Barrier Reef for Xmas. And this year was no exception! After the amazing trip we had to Princess Charlotte Bay in October, we had planned a two week trip. The plan was to spend some time at Lizard…

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Fishing for wellness

Fishing for wellness not just fun

Fishing for wellness. Is fishing food for your health? You Betcha. We go fishing with wellness expert Nikki Fogden-Moore and catch her a nice big Nanny off a wonky hole before heading to the reef for a swim and snorkel. Days like this are what living is all about. We connected via her partner PB…

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Coral trout caught during a weather window for fishing

Weather window for fishing

When a weather window for fishing during the trade winds opens up you’ve just got to take it! The trade-winds have been blowing here in North Queensland for what seems like months! So when they eased off for a few days we jumped at the opportunity to go on a little fishing adventure. When a…

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Fishing with slow pitch jigs and stick baits

Stick baits and jigs – fishing lure research and development

Stick baits and jigs are one of my favorite forms of lure fishing. Because with stick baits you can manipulate the retrieve, the depth and also use them on the surface. Plus they can be used in a way that you use vibes. At times they are even better because most soft vibes fall flat,…

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Use whatever toppings you prefer to build out your fresh fish wrap.

Catch and Cook – Fish Wraps Recipe.

Next time you catch some fresh fish, try this catch and cook fish wraps recipe. It’s a quick and easy way to prepare fresh fish for the table and the kids will love it. Every catch and cook fresh fish recipe starts with the catching! For that we headed to Cooktown, in Far North Queensland.…

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