Category: Fishing Facts & Tips

Beach Fishing Tips by Alvey Reels Australia

Beach Fishing Tips by Alvey Reels Australia Rob's Greenback Tailor

Written by Rob Duncan Sand between the toes, pristine surrounds, the abundance of fauna & flora and of course those beautiful starry nights could be just a couple of reasons many people find the attraction of ‘getting away’ from it all and heading to the beach so appealing. The beach is certainly a terrific place […]

Freshwater Fly Fishing Basics with James Fox

Freshwater Fly Fishing Basics with James Fox

Hi Guys The fine Crew at Tackle Land have asked me to write up a basic getting started in Freshwater Fly Fishing segment.. Here are my own thoughts for those who are either already versed in Saltwater Fly and wishing to pursue something different or for those who would just like some tips on where […]

Tilapia Culling Tips

Tilapia Culling Tips

General Information Scientific Name: Tilapia, Oreochromis and Sarotherodon spp. Tilapia Overview Tilapia live in our freshwater ecosystems, but can also tolerate water that contains low levels of salt. Tilapia prefer warmer water temperatures such as our Queensland Fresh Waterways where they breed uninterrupted. Since the introduction into our waterways, Tilapia have become problematic invasive species […]

Brisbane River Jew Fishing By Norman Forsythe

Brisbane River Jew Fishing By Norman Forsythe

Brisbane River Jew Fishing AKA Jewies   General Being elusive species, distinguished from other fish through their metallic silver/bronze sheen, shield like scales and with a large concave tail, fish up to 30kg is not uncommon and records reach into the 90kg’s range. They reach sexual maturity at a length of 75cm, a 10kg Jewie […]

Squid Fishing Tactics by Aaron Edwards

Squid Fishing Tactics by Aaron Edwards

    Species Overview Squid are not fish, they are cephalopods, invertebrate animals which are more closely related to molluscs than anything else. There are over 500 species of squid found in the world, however there are only 2 prevalent species in Moreton Bay, The Arrow Squid and its larger cousin the Tiger Squid or […]