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Gold coast Seaway
Gold Coast Seaway
Gold coast Seaway The Gold Coast Seaway or Southport Seaway is the main navigation entrance used on our charters from the Pacific Ocean in and out of the Gold Coast Broadwater and southern Moreton Bay. It is one of Australia’s most significant coastal engineering projects completed. It is located at the northern end of the Spit at Main beach where the Nerang River enters the open Ocean. The channel was built between 1984 and 1986, primarily to facilitate the safe...

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Gold coast fishing report
Gold Coast Fishing Report
Gold Coast Fishing Report Gold coast Fishing report July-August 2018 Cool mornings with light westerly winds have seen great conditions for offshore fishing out of the Gold coast. The weather has been absolutely sensational and the fishing has been even better. Snapper have been around in good numbers on both the 36 and 50 fathom reefs, and the past couple of weeks has seen some big Snodgers moving on to the closer 18 and 24 fathom grounds. Most of the bigger...

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Gold coast Snapper
Gold coast fishing report
Gold coast fishing report. True blue fishing charters Gold coast fishing report, July 2017. Conditions on the water have been brilliant over the past month, with only a couple of days that were not fishable due to high winds and rough seas. The winter months see some pretty consistent fishing with excellent catches coming in. There has been plenty of Trag up to 65cm caught between 18-27 fathoms, best baits have been pilchards and fresh strip baits. Its simply a matter of...

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Gold coast fishing charter
How to choose a Gold coast fishing charter
How to Choose a Gold Coast Fishing Charter Knowing how to choose a gold coast fishing charter is important. The info below should help. Choosing the right fishing charter can mean the difference between a memorable day on the water and an uncomfortable, frustrating one, so it is important to put some time and research into picking a Gold coast fishing charter that will provide the best possible deep sea fishing experience for a reasonable price. Cheapest is not your best option. Operators that...

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Beach fishing Gold coast
Beach Fishing Gold Coast
Beach Fishing Gold Coast Beach fishing Gold coast can be very productive, the coast has approximately 40 kilometres of beach, stretching from the Tweed to Main beach. Witnessing a Beach rod double over as line peels from the spool is a sight all keen beach anglers dream of! After so many hours of tackle preparation and planning effort it’s often surreal when you finally get that blistering run. With damp shaking hands you pull the rod from the holder and sink the hook to feel the weight as a good fish loads...

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Trolling Deep divers
Trolling Techniques – Gold Coast – Australia
Trolling Tips and techniques. Trolling tips and techniques. Whether your close to the coast line or several miles offshore, trolling is often the most productive method for catching a wide variety of saltwater pelagic gamefish species. Including everything from Bonito, Tuna and Mackerel, right up to blue and Black Marlin, trolling is often the key to a success. Yet, many people don’t use this method either because they have had little or no success in the past, or because they simply don't...

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Deep sea fishing
Deep sea fishing
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Deep Sea Fishing: Best Tips and Techniques Deep sea fishing can be a great adventure for any fisherman.  Many of the greatest anglers know that Deep sea fishing is not as simple as it may appear.  This type of fishing is also referred to as offshore fishing.  Deep sea fishing takes place in offshore waters several miles away from land that are thirty metres or deeper.  Popular places in Australia for deep sea fishing include The Gold coast, Sunshine coast, Narooma, Port Stephens and many more great destinations around our...

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Circle hooks
Circle Hooks
Circle Hooks Circle hooks really are a great addition to any anglers fishing safety. Because of its unique design and shape, it is safe for fish, and increases successful catch and release.  It is also safer for fisherman because the pointy end of the hook is turned so far inwards towards the shank of the hook that it cleverly decreases the possibility of fishos hooking themselves or their fishing buddies. Although not completely idiot proof it is vastly safer than other hook patterns. The circle fishing hook design has been around...

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fishing charters Brisbane
Brisbane fishing charters
Deep sea fishing charters Brisbane TRUE BLUE Gold coast to Brisbane fishing charters, provide exciting offshore fishing adventures, visiting the best deep sea reefs between Brisbane and the Southern Gold Coast. It’s only a short boat ride from the Spit pontoon to the open sea, through the safer Gold coast seaway rather than out from the more dangerous Tweed river bar and South passage bar, and a lot quicker than crossing Moreton bay. With the closest reefs laying just a few kilometres off the Seaway entrance and extending out east to the deeper...

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fishing with kids
Fishing With Kids
Fishing with kids Whether you are a parent, a legal guardian, an uncle or Aunty there are numerous reasons to teach children how to fish. Some reasons are blatantly obvious, like spending time in the great outdoors and making incredible new memories, but there are also some reasons that are not so obvious. Don't forget to keep these additional reasons in mind the next time you have the opportunity to take a bunch of kids to your favourite fishing hole.  1. When you teach a kid to fish, you are helping them...

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