Tackle review: manic flies

We were lucky enough to get sent a few manic flies at cost price from Rene Vaz, the owner of Manic tackle. The flies are well tied with great attention to detail, the… Continue reading

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Back in ‘nam

We left the hotel and walked down the alley to the main street to look for a cab. In Hanoi, even this was intense: relentless honking, the smell of sewerage and meat, constantly… Continue reading

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Northern adventures: run off trip is set to go for 2013, March 28th -April 7th

Last year, the blog got together and made the trek to the the Daly river to fish the run off. This year we are doing it all again- this time bigger and better.… Continue reading

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Should we change the name?

This was written about a year ago by Hamish and Lee going back and forth using the blog like facebook messenger. It was meant to just be read by the other writers of… Continue reading

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Australian Fishing blogs- sharing the love- update :)

Soon after we started this blog I put together a list of Australian fishing blogs. The list is now pretty out of date, there have been some great new blogs come out and… Continue reading

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Weekend trouting…

As time faded away from me at my housemates going away party, I started to get a little anxious about whether I would actually wake up to my alarm at 415 the next… Continue reading

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Garfish gurgler

I am not much of a fly tier. I haven’t been tying my own flies for all that long, so thats not a surprise. I’m slowly improving and I can at least catch… Continue reading

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Garlic, chilli and white wine mussels- a recipe of sorts

This is the last post of my recipe blitz. As you can maybe tell, my fishing expeditions over the holidays weren’t all that successful. The demands of the girlfriend, family and social events meant I… Continue reading

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Sage abolone recipe

Next up in the blitz- abalone. If you frequent the South coast of NSW or the Victorian and Tasmanian coastlines regularly odds are you have dived for abalone. They are easy enough to… Continue reading

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Deep fried bream (or snapper or morwong)

I’m not sure about your family, but for ours, the holidays often revolves around food (and games, balderdash, scatergories and arguing about the latter are family favourites). This holidays I finally got around… Continue reading

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