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In this Autumn issue of Freshwater Fishing Magazine 183. We have compiled some our best articles featuring great technical how to. Andrew Mcgovern, explains why islands can often be the dominate feature in freshwater environments and will attract all manner of species from trout to barra. Australian lure makers are truly unique and one of the grandest examples of a true Cottage Industry anywhere in the world! Easily surpassing any other country, even the US! Innovation, ingenuity and some amazing craftmanship is evident throughout the industry. Over the past decade, Victoria has seen a surge in the popularity of one of our favourite native fish, the estuary perch. Tim Vincent explains. By Taylor Hunt, Anthony Forster and Travis Dowling, Victorian Fisheries Authority Endangered trout cod (Maccullochella macquariensis), blue nose or rock cod are being bolstered in northern Victoria through the expansion and building of new populations. After a sensational trip to Wivenhoe, Mark planned a trip to Moogerah Dam about a 90-minute drive south from his place. We were fishing in late September and heading into summer, which is a great time to target bass. Chris Errity explains. Kelsi Gull - As the sun peeks over the horizon, cockatoos screech in the morning glow. The air is still with the mixed scents of the Aussie bush filling my nostrils as I walk the riverbanks with gum leaves crunching under foot. The East Australian escarpment is as unique as it gets, flat tablelands and inland flowing waters to the west and magnificent gorges nestled amongst subtropical and eucalypt forests to the east.

Plus of course, there’s all the latest gear, reviews and more.

by Andrew
Great read with some very informative articles and associated maps.

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