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Issue 151 is bumper with great articles and techniques. In issue #150, Marc Ainsworth and Anthony Forster introduced the victorian fisheries authority's 'care for cod' campaign. In this article, Anthony goes further to explain more of the history, rationale and detail of the campaign. Colby Lesko delves into the Darling River to explore all manner of big cod possibilities. When it comes to selecting jighead and soft plastic combinations. Andrew McGovern believes that the key to success is to mix it up. Trevor Hawkins offers a brief overview of some of the most reliable and heavily fished rivers below Victoria's most iconic mixed fishery, Lake Eildon. Nige Webster takes us on a freshwater adventure through tropical North Queensland in search of three species of fish: these fish are all apex predators in their domain and require understanding, technique and a little luck to catch all in the one trip. Trevor Hawkins ponders the benefits of making more of an effort to introduce kids and women to a life of fishing and reducing the stigma of it being a male dominated pastime. Enthusing the next generation about fishing isn't easy in the screen-age but, as Marc Ainsworth explains, it can be worth the effort. Every angler gets a real kick from watching fish swim about in their natural environment, salt or freshwater, but for many anglers, that is just the icing on the cake when it comes to wearing polarised sunglasses according to Trevor Hawkins. Mark Gercovich explains reasons why using large minnow type lures work on the merri and hopkins rive r and the lakes in western Victoria. The red gum forests that blanket the beds of most rivers across the Murray Darling Basin have finally been revealed again after two years of high and swollen rivers.
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