Fishing World magazine – the March issue

THE March issue of Fishing World magazine is out now!

Typical of the time of year there’s been plenty of late summer fishing action happening right around Australia. And to get you amongst it Fisho’s March issue is loaded with the latest in tips, techniques, and destinations info. 

In this month’s cover story our resident flathead guru David Green outlines all the latest tricks for targeting big flatties. This is a must read for all keen lizard lurers.

Still on the lure theme, March issue concludes the findings of the most popular bream lures as ranked by Aussie fishos. The Top 10 bream lures compiled by Kevin Savvas makes for very interesting reading. Start clearing some space in your tackle box…

Ever wanted to tackle those big barrel-sized impoundment barras? This month a couple of young gun tournament anglers reveal the best way for you to go about fulfilling your dream of barra glory. 

For all the DIYers out there, our resident handyman Sami Omari has cleared his workbench and prepared a step by step feature on how to make cool practical things out of plastic pipe – rod tubes, sand spikes and float tubes are a cinch, as you’ll see in Fisho March. 

For the bluewater brigade, Jamie Crawford reveals how to regularly score yourself a feed of fresh reef fish in his informative feature “Better Bottom Bouncing”.

Brett Geddes is a writer and gun fisho who’s always thinking outside the square. In the latest edition of Fisho he confronts the dilemma of when to fish and when to stay home. In this innovative piece Geddes offers some valuable insights into how to score good results on hard fished waters.  

There’s also practical info on rigging up live baits for the estuary, building your own spiral wrap baitcaster rod, trolling for trout and the latest and greatest in nifty tackle. There’s also destinations features on Noosa, Lake Macquarie and our regular columns from some of Australia’s most experienced fishing writers.  

Fishing World’s March issue is on sale now – only $7.50.

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