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Wounded warriors fishing trip with Ryan Moody

Wounded Warriors Weekend 2017

Here at Ryan Moody Fishing we are starting a new chapter and giving back to those in the community that suffer from things beyond their control. On our first trip recently we took some injured servicemen out fishing on our game boat “MOODSWINGS”. Turns out, our online course Barra Basics had inspired them to get…

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Fishing for hard fighting Giant Trevally in Queensland

Fishing tips for Giant Trevally (GT)

When somebody says they just want to go fishing and get punished by something big and strong, the one fish that pops into my head is the Gangster of the ocean, the Giant Trevally. For years many anglers thought the only way to catch them was with poppers thrown around isolated bommies, but over the…

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Large mouth nannygai

Wonky hole facts

Wonky Holes are underwater springs exiting from the sea floor. They were given the name wonky holes by the northern trawlermen who used to lose their gear and sometimes capsize their boats. This occurs as the otter boards dig in, pulling from the outriggers and over she goes. Hence, they can often be found near…

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