As a Beginner knots are always the area that some people find a hurdle and others find it a cinch. A good knot is worth its weight in gold, it […]
This weekend is the last opportunity to get into the trout in designated trout streams and rivers before the Winter Spawning Closure. Following up my article The Next Step with […]
If you believe all of the hype, the new TD Commander spin rods from Daiwa Australia are the most feature packed spin rods that the Company has ever produced. […]
Today we turn the beginners spotlight to soft plastics for Bream. Here is the “Cliff Notes” for what is the starting point for many anglers when they begin to chase […]
Though I travel extensively across the world and have had the opportunity to wet a line in dozens of different countries for a plethora of fish species, I still return […]
In late 2013 I interviewed four Bream Tournament Anglers for an article for Fishing World Magazine. They shared their secrets to consistently catch big bream on lures. This is the […]
The spawn run at the Snowy Mountains in NSW is over for another year. With plenty of rain, plenty of fish and plenty of anglers whether they be beginners or […]
Hope you are getting your fishing fix for the long weekend.
I know this blog is called lure and fly but occasionally I find going back to basics and bait fishing fun and sometimes necessary. Lately, when we have been hitting […]
During the summer months while many head to the coast for annual holidays and time away, things can become pretty busy on the more popular waterways. Places like the Gippsland […]
Over the last week we have experienced some mixed bag fishing. Lets say we are eating well.
What a great start to what was going to be a weekend of trout fishing on the Eucumbene River. Amber Johnstone Gygi and myself went away for a girls weekend […]
Not my title, but rather “borrowed” from an article I read recently on Gink & Gasoline. It reminded me of Chris’ experiences in the early days of lureandfly.com Faced with […]
Winter is fast approaching, and this gallery is a few weeks old now, but it goes to show just how much Sydney has to offer for recreational fisho’s