by Sarah Graham
Many anglers are preparing for the opening of the new angling season on Saturday 7 August and it's shaping up to be another good one with the fishery in excellent health as a result of last year’s drought breaking rains. There are many great fishing locations around the State from which to choose for the opening weekend and early season fishing but here are a few suggestions.
Yamaha Motor Australia is excited to announce the release of a new promotion offering customers up to $2300 worth of free rigging on F30 to F150 four-stroke outboards. This is the perfect opportunity to secure the complete Yamaha package and start enjoying the great Australian boating lifestyle with friends and family this summer.
Yamaha Outboards are renowned for their innovation, performance and reliability including Yamaha’s recent addition of the class leading F130A four-stroke model - one of the most highly anticipated motors to hit the Australian market in years, completes a quality line-up of four-stroke outboards.
Scientific Anglers designed the first modern plastic-coated fly line way back in 1952.
SA’s international sales manager Jeff Pierce, along with their chief research and development engineer, Andrew Bosway are visiting Tasmania 01 August.
Jeff and Andrew travel the World seeking to understand the needs of anglers everywhere.
SA understands the importance of the Australian market and its long term support of Scientific Anglers.
‘We want to meet the Australian people who have made Scientific Anglers the world leaders they are today and educate them on the current technologies that our products offer.
‘We cannot wait to visit and may have a few surprises in new lines in development for people to actually cast on their own rods.’
Scientific Anglers will be holding a FREE open day for the public on 01 August at the Australian Fly Fishing Museum.
When: Saturday, August 01
Where: Clarendon Estate, Nile
Time 10am - 2pm
Sausage sizzle and cold drinks avail.
Rods avail., but BYO rod and try SA lines on yours.
Any enquiries to Mike Stevens 0418129949
Order now. Don't get left behind.
Tonic is rolling out a huge marketing campaign. Now is the time to get your stock of Tonic.
Contact Tonic at head office or any of our distributors to get stock or see samples: http://www.toniceyewear.com.au/contact
The best engines. The best prices. The best finance.
Mercury FourStroke outboards are unlike any others – powerful, compact, fuel efficient and uncompromisingly reliable – and now they are even better value for money.
Boat lovers can now enjoy an awesome mid-range Mercury FourStroke and save up to $1,000!
Even better, repowering boat owners can take advantage of an unbelievable offer from Mercury Finance of just 4.99%* (comparison rate).
But the clock’s ticking. These unreal savings on every Mercury FourStroke from 75hp to the legendary 150hp are only available until May 29 and only at participating dealers.
Be free to spend your weekend out on the water in your favourite fishing spot, not tied to your computer at home.
The new GoFree™ Shop lets you browse, purchase and download charts, install software updates, and use Insight Genesis to create maps from your sonar logs, all right on your chartplotter.
Access the GoFree™ Shop anywhere you have Wi-Fi coverage – from your driveway to your local marina, and even out on the water with mobile internet coverage and a smartphone that supports internet connection sharing or ‘tethering’.
The GoFree™ Shop is available on HDS Gen2 Touch fishfinder/chartplotters with the optional WIFI-1 wireless module, and on all HDS Gen3 models with built-in Wi-Fi. A free software update for your chartplotter is required to enable access to the GoFree™ Shop – just follow the link below for your model.
Congratulations to Lindsay Price of Victoria!
Lindsay and his 2 mates Andrew and Peter are off on a bucket list fishing trip of a lifetime to Princess Charlotte Bay with Reel Chase Charters thanks to Abu Garcia, Penn, Ugly Stik, Spiderwire and Stren.
Lindsay and his 2 mates Peter and Andrew will spend 5 days aboard the luxury Amokura, a 57’ Assegai with 2 x 20ft custom sportfishing vessels in tow. Complete with experienced guides, an onboard chef and the spectacular scenery of the area.
Recreational fishers, yachties, conservationists and locals are alarmed that Tassal is persisting with an expansion of their salmon farms in the D’Entrecasteaux Channel in south-eastern Tasmania when endangered species, native fish, water quality and public access may all be sacrificed in the process.
Yamaha Motor Australia is extremely pleased to announce the release of the new F130A. This model was unveiled overnight at the Paris Boat Show. The new F130A fills the only remaining gap in Yamaha’s four-stroke engine range and is especially exciting for Australian customers who have been requesting a Yamaha four-stroke engine in this horsepower category for many years.
Yamaha Motor Australia announces the end of the legendary V4 Saltwater Series 115C and 130B outboard motors in Australia. These trusted outboards have been powering Australian boaters for almost three decades and are well recognised for their performance and have an enviable reputation for reliability and durability forged in one of the harshest saltwater markets in the world. These engines will no longer be part of Yamaha’s range in the Australian market once the remaining units are sold.
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Hello everyone, I thought it would be a good time to introduce myself.
My name is Stephen Smith and I have been managing the website tasfish.com since May 2009.
It has been an epic journey of learning and discovery and I am indebted to Mike Stevens for his help, support and patience.
I am developing a new venture Rubicon Web and Technology Training ( www.rwtt.com.au ). The focus is two part, to develop websites for individuals and small business and to train people to effectively use technology in their everyday lives.
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Presented from Issue 105, August 2013
We did a bit of a runaround Tasmania’s tackle stores to see what their tips for the first month or so of the tackle season were. We asked what the top three places to fish were, plus lures, flies, baits and a few other things.
Here is a rundown on their answers Whenever, and wherever you fish - anywhere, or for any fish in the world - ask the locals and especially ask at the local tackle store. They know what was caught today, yesterday and on what.