The second 12 months of lureandfly.com

Today,lureandfly.com turns 2!  It’s been a labour of love this past couple of years that has seen us grow beyond our wildest dreams.

We’ve published every weekday during the last year including over 52 galleries and videos.  We’ve interviewed some inspiring anglers, and had the pleasure of publishing works from our guest contributors. We’ve been published in some of Australia’s most respected magazines, including 5 cover shots, and our family has grown this year to include Vicki. We’ve travelled from Arnhem Land in the North to Hobart in the south, pursuing our passion – Fishing.

We’ve been privileged to be associated with 2 companies at the forefront of the fishing industry, Daiwa and Hobie. And our readers and supporters – thank you! Your comments and feedback have been the stimulus that drives us on.

Here’s a summary of the last 12 months in pictures.  We hope you enjoy them as much as we’ve enjoyed producing them and we look forward to the next 12 months of lureandfly.com

8 responses to “The second 12 months of lureandfly.com

  1. Congratulations on your 2nd year. Great photography and always informative articles. Definitely the most active, relevant and cutting edge fishing site in Oz! Well done guys and gal!

  2. Hi Greg,
    Congratulations to all of you at Lure and Fly.com. I have read and enjoyed all the articles published since subscribing some 20months ago. I look forward to viewing the Monday morning galleries every week. Keep up the good work . Happy 2nd B’day Lure & Fly.
    John

  3. CONGRATS! I love the pics of the hobie PA, I am getting ready to invest in on and cant decide between the 2012 vs 2013 models or the 12 or 14 foot

    • Hi Mate, it’s purely a personal thing but I would advise the new updated models just for the seat. After spending a full two days in a new PA14 this weekend the comfort factor is amazing. As for 12 or 14 that depends on things like how big you are. For me, a 14 because I’m 6’2″ and 100kg, for Chris and Ian a 12 because they are 5’2″ and 45kg soaking wet. For Greg, I would suggest a 14 because he’s 5’2″ and 45kg wet but has a tendency to carry 112kg of camera gear with him at all times.

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