Fishing World October – out now!

FISHING World’s bumper 148 page October issue hits news stands this week.

Judging by the monster flathead on the cover you’d be right in thinking there’s plenty about catching big lizards this month, starting with a revealing piece on one of southern Sydney’s “secret” estuary locations where all manner of sportfish have been known to turn up.

This issue David Green offers the benefit of his vast fishing knowledge to relate how tides affect the behaviour of fish like flathead, as well as jewies, barra and pelagics – basically the whole gamut of sportfish anglers chase! This is a very informative piece that should make you think about how, when and where you fish.

Fisho’s October issue features a back to basics piece by Jamie Crawford who details modern berleying techniques that will greatly improve your catch rate when bait fishing for snapper, tuna, whiting, trevally and a host of other species.

It’s a waste of time estuary lure fishing way out in deep water isn’t it? Not so, according to Kevin Savvas who has the lowdown on a recent discovery that has greatly improved his lure fishing catches in water he would normally have driven straight over. A must-read for all estuary lure fishers.

Also this month we have some great destinations features on St Georges Basin and the Gulf of Carpentaria, a species guide on golden snapper aka fingermark, and a recipe for building your own heavy duty popper rod.

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There’s also a 38-page Boat Fishing supplement this month featuring a test on one crazy fast bream boat, DIY tips for improving your own fishing boat and David Green details how state of the art side scanning sounders have changed the way he fishes – and greatly improved his catch. You’ll also find reviews on more cool new boats, a marine electronics guide, and what you should look for when buying a second hand boat.

Fishing World’s October issue, look out for it at your newsagent this week – complete with 124-page Shimano tackle guide, for only $7.95.

Also available as a digital download for iPad users at the iTunes Store.

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