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Videos A bluefish off Long Island, New York, shows its remarkable tenacity as it lunges repeatedly at a Nomad Design Tackle Dartwing lure A bluefish relentlessly chases down a Nomad Dartwing lure fished by Australia lure designer Damon Olsen off Long Island with Capt. John McMurray.
Australia’s iconic reel manufacturer, Alvey Reels, has been saved from closure. The company, which announced in July last year that it was closing its doors for the last time because of poor sales and rising c... ...ved following a surge in orders and the reorganisation of the business which will see the arrival […]The post Australian icon Alvey Reels is saved from closure appeared first on Angling International.
Australia’s fishing tackle trade association has backed its government’s revised plans for marine parks which recognises recreational fishing’s contribution to conservation. The Australian Fishing Tackle Assoc... ...ts of the country which pose no threat to recreational fishing in the areas. A spokesman for […]The post Australian tackle industry hails new Marine Parks Plan appeared first on Angling International.
Travel 20 Photos of Fish Caught in the Pacific and Indian Oceans around Australia 20 Photos of Fish Caught in the Pacific and Indian Oceans around Australia…
News Are anglers justified in killing large billfish to weigh them at the dock? Anglers off western Australia chose to bring in a 1,000-pound blue marlin rather than release it to get an official weight. Were they justified?
Travel These isolated and often tempestuous islands promise a fishing adventure like no other. A fishing adventure in the remote Abrolhos Islands yields a surprising mix of temperate and tropical game fish.
News The 1,090-pound marlin, taken on a day charter out of Exmouth on the northwest coast, is the country’s first grander blue While a number of grander black marlin have been caught over the years off northeastern Australia, this catch off the west coast marks the first blue marlin more than…
JM Gillies, one of Australia’s top lure manufacturers, has taken oven an iconic rival. The Victoria-based company has acquired the world famous Tasmanian Devil Lures brand, the 38-year-old family-owned business. It will formally... .... JM Gillies Managing Director Pat Levy said: “The acquisition of this fantastic and world class […]The post JM Gillies takes over iconic Tasmanian Devil Lures appeared first on Angling International.
A new fishing reef south of Botany Bay has been named after one of the legends of the Australian fishing tackle industry. The late John Dunphy, a member of the Australian Fishing Trade Association (AFTA) Hall of Fame, and a Shimano Australia veteran, died in 2015 after more than 30 years in the industry. The […]The post Botany Bay reef named after Australian industry legend appeared first on Angling International.
Iconic Australian reel manufacturer Alvey has closed down after nearly 100 years. The announcement was made on the Alvey Reels Facebook page by Bruce Alvey, Managing Director of the company. He said: “To our wonderful customers over many, many years, it is with great sadness that I have to announce that Alvey Reels Australia will […]The post Alvey Reels closes down after nearly 100 years appeared first on Angling International.