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Tips and Advice

How to catch snapper with Al McGlashan
Al McGlashan talks us through how to catch one of the most popular species in Southern Australia the snapper. Sharing his best tips for catching snapper on artificials from the right lures to locations and preferred techniques.
How to Troll for Marlin with Al McGlashan
Al McGlashan is passionate about Marlin so we talked him into sharing his best tips on how to troll for Marlin. Al runs us through all the correct tackle, where to find them and best techniques for catching these elusive pelagic predators.
Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show Highlights 2021
Sheree Marris takes us for a quick stroll through one of the world's truly great boat shows
Feature Article

Tantalising Tassie

A cruise along Tasmania’s east coast will invariably lead up the Derwent River to Hobart, where a plethora of great food awaits.
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