Fisho’s May issue – It’s tuna time!

FISHING World’s May issue is chock-a-block full of great sportfishing reading.

As can be deduced from the cover, catching big tuna is the subject of May Fisho’s cover story. In this piece, highly experienced sportfishing charter operator Damon Olsen reveals the latest in extreme fishing techniques – surface luring for yellowfin. Could there be anything more exciting than an explosive surface strike from a rampaging ‘fin? Unlikely!

Also in the May issue of Fisho we’ve put together a great line-up of feature articles for you that cover a wide variety of sportfishing techniques and species. This month Sami Omari visits the iconic Murray River to target our most revered freshwater sportfish – the mighty Muray cod.

Also on the subject of native fish, in May Fisho David Green outlines the best lure fishing techniques for catching impoundment golden perch, aka yellowbelly – another typically informative piece from Australia’s premier fishing writer.

This issue, Fisho’s Jim Harnwell details the great lure fishing to be had by targeting the fringes and edges of rivers and estuaries where species like bream, flathead, whiting, trevally and other bread and butter species hang out. This is a great form of fishing that’s readily accessible for fishos right around the country.

While on accessible fishing, Scott Thomas details the surface fishing action regulary found in Australia’s biggest city as light tackle and fly anglers hit Sydney Harbour to chase all manner of line-burning pelagics.

This issue Kris Sweres offers tips on how downsizing your tackle can produce more strikes, especially in hard fished areas where the fish are wary. This is essential reading.

Also in May, new Fisho writer Dave Rinkin takes us to a toga party, saratoga that is. This unique northern Australian species provides exciting action for sportfishers on lures and flies alike and are definitely a worthy addition to any keen angler’s bucket list.         

In the latest edition of Fisho you’ll also find tips, techniques and opinions from Australia’s most experienced fishing columnists as well as DIY advice on how build your own barra rod, handy knot tying tools that make complicated knots easy, plus a whole lot more. 

Get your copy of Fishing World’s May 2013 issue soon from your favourite newsagent or as a digital iPad version from the iTunes store complete with extra photos, videos and more.

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