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This website was created to house internal and external drafts containing reports associated with the art of angling and our Kayak Fishing Adventures. Based in and around cities and locations throughout Australia, these tales of experience, knowledge and info are for all to enjoy and all content, text and images contained herein are deemed strictly copyright ( (C) 2006 - 2012, all rights reserved ).
Thursday, May 30, 2013
Recently I partook in the last Gamakatsu Hobie Kayak Series round for the year, held on the Georges River in Sydney's South. Having never fished this venue before I wasn't too sure what to expect but was warned of gnarly structure doting the shorelines. With this in mind I came equipped with a few different tools in the rod arsenal, including shorter rack rods and deeper diving lures. After receiving an updated lowdown on the arena from good mate Carl Dubois I was happy with my game plan and hoped to execute it well.
Thursday, May 23, 2013
This time of year brings many a weak capital kayaker to their knees. Snapper down the coast, Trout in the mountains... It's a tough choice. Works been rather pressing so when the chance for a road trip came up on a Sunday with a few mates I offered up the kayak trailer and away we went. Was great to see the trailer full to the brim with kayaks once more with three on the bars and one on the Roof. It was a bit of a Hobie affair with a Pro Angler, a Quest, an Outback and even a Sport ready to rock a ruckus on Lake Jindabyne.
Its funny how time flies, especially when you are having fun... There has been a bit of a dry spell when it comes to kayak fishing tournaments towards these parts, luckily the drought has broken (With some rain and wind to boot). This weekend sees the Georges River round of the Daiwa Hobie Gamakatsu Kayak Fishing Bream Series, held on the waters accompanying Woolooware bay. Having never fished this region I am excited, especially given the quality of FB reports on the Bream their recently. I am, however optimistic on my chances...
Friday, April 19, 2013
After last week's disappointing result in the Gamakatsu Hobie GTS Round at the Clyde River Batemans Bay I was in no hurry to put this report up. It was one of those days for me the moment I arrived in the car park, things just didn't go well from the get go. That's not to say it wasn't a good day on the water, more like a few things happened that decided my fate early on in the piece...
Friday, April 12, 2013
The home-grown advantage, the local knowledge, call it what you will. While the Clyde leg of the Daiwa Hobie Kayak Bream Series held this weekend is as close to my home ground as humanly possible I'm a literal stranger to the waterway. The Clyde is a mystifying place with anglers cracking smiles or constantly cracking whips. Fishing is not predicted to be easy but doable, time on the water here will set you apart from others.