It sounds pretty simple but I'm always surprised to find how many people leave home without a few spares for the trailer, especially in the top end.
A blown wheel bearing, broken spring or dropped brake calliper can hold you up or put an end to... read more
One of the most heartbreaking things in fishing is having your line break, usually right at the worst time!
Modern braided lines are super tuff, amazingly strong in fact, but is does not do well with chemicals, AT ALL.
Sunscreen and insect... read more
This little gem was shown to me by the skipper of a live aboard mothership we use for remote extended charters. We are often trying to freeze fish fillets every day as well as make block ice to keep the beer cold. This little tip halves the time... read more
One Minute Monday Tip: Match the Hatch
Righto self isolators, we all know the old fly fishing line about matching the hatch. Well its the same in lure fishing!
Before the big shut down id just completed 6 extended charters out at the Daly River... read more
One Minute Monday Tip: Rod Wraps-
Righto legends now that you've got your lines all secured with our sweet little trick from a couple of weeks ago.
Grab yourself a set of the old rod wraps and rather than trying to get them all tight by going... read more
One Minute Monday Tip: Sikaflex Care
Happy Monday! Everyone has played this little game, even when you put the old Sikaflex in the fridge, it goes hard in the tube and you bloody get covered in it.
How about this for a little trick I've been... read more
One minute Monday Tip: Secure Your Line
Hey guys, here’s your one minute Monday tip for this week. I'm just having a bit of a play around with these nice little Shimano SLX combos that I've got for doing our Barra run off charters this year.... read more
When you spend almost every single cent you’ve ever earned (like I did last year) on the best sounder in the market, the HDS Live 16, and you don’t want your plugs to get all flogged out from:
Bouncing around everywhere
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