Fly fishing Lake Macquarie

All anglers have a home water. A special place full of fishing memories. A place where the water and the fish and the wildlife are familiar to them. A place where they feel at home. My home water is Lake Macquarie. Lake Macquarie is big – really big. Big enough to be the largest saltwater... Continue Reading →

Fly fishing Narrabeen Lake

Narrabeen Lake (also known as Narrabeen Lagoon) is a coastal lagoon located on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. The lake has a reasonable population of bream, flathead, whiting and mullet. It also produces healthy number of donuts – for me anyway, when I have a fly rod in my hand. So it was with an element of... Continue Reading →

Fishing the edge

We set out on a bushwalk to explore the upper reaches of Middle Harbour. The plan was simple - access secluded sections of water on foot, throw a few lures about, and see if anything happens. With our backpacks on and fishing rods in hand, we walked into the stillness of the bush. It was first light... Continue Reading →

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