Stopping the clock

Time loses you in the wilderness. Time as we know it, at least. The time that fragments your day into a series of frantic tasks – children, employment, housework, admin, technology, set your alarm and do it again tomorrow. But not in the wild. Out here, you swap your watch for nature’s timeless timepiece, no... Continue Reading →

The rainbow afterglow

A cold winter's morning lure fishing on a NSW dam produced my best ever rainbow trout. Over the last twenty years I've been on my fair share of trout fishing trips to the dams around the Blue Mountains region of NSW. I love the scenery as much as the fishing, which is just as well,... 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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