Mulloway caught on fly by angler Mario Pulis

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A fishing report caught our eye on Monday 28th May from Joe Desira, a good mate of Mario's that posted the following along with the photo of him holding the fish in what looks to be his dining room; "Good mate Mario caught this jewy in the local river this evening, down at carrum. Fish of a life time, caught on an 8 weight fly out fit. Fish went 17.1kg and 1.25m long. He's stoked!!!!" Now this isn't something that you see or hear about every day so we decided to reach out to Joe and Mario to gather some...
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The Science of Fishing - 2018 Season and Beyond

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Calamari Many anglers are saying 2018 has started as one of the best years for Calamari they can remember. Fish are in great numbers right throughout Port Phillip Bay and Western Port and for this time of year, the size has been on the upside too. We can only predict that by the time September arrives when you usually catch the big ones, you will be catching MONSTERS! Cuttlefish The other species on the upside is the Cuttlefish. Over the past 2 years, we have seen more and more Cuttlefish amongst anglers catches, and this past 6 months more so...
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All New Hester Lures For Trout and Cod Fishing

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Hester Lures are hand made in Poland from quality materials and tank tested prior to packaging and shipping. Paul Worsteling came across these lures last year while in Europe and loved the unique handmade feel reminding him of the "old school" days of fishing. Tackle World Cranbourne & Mornington have a fantastic range of a dozen models with various colours and sizes available. Have a look through the range below as well as some staff testing reviews and come in store to have a look for yourself and a chat with our staff. Mad Minnow The Hester Mad Minnow is...
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  Paul and I decided to try something a little bit different last Thursday so we dropped Jet off at school and launched the Babi Stabi from Flinders and the plan was simple; head across to the deeper waters off Phillip Islands western shoreline from McHaffies down to The Nobbies to try find some big King George whiting. Our first stop was to get some fresh squid for bait so we stopped in about 7m of water off Flinders. Within about 20mins we landed 4 monster squid but even though there were plenty of squid and they were easy to...
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