Tag: Bass fishing

Big River, Big Fish, Big Smiles

Finally, after weeks of will it, wont it, it will, it wont, the river dropped enough for Neil, Rich and me to get the first trip of the season down the mighty Nymboida, but when I say low enough, it was still 1.56m and… Continue Reading “Big River, Big Fish, Big Smiles”

Spring has Boined (is that even a word)?

It’s no coincidence that through the drought, fires, floods and then COVID I have not been very aggressive when it comes to looking for new customers. I can’t think of anything worse than people going through all the effort & expense to get to… Continue Reading “Spring has Boined (is that even a word)?”

Head For The Hills

A bag made up of 50,49,49,48,46 cm Bass is something that you do not see very often

In Cod We Trust

Winter fishing continued… Winter Bass fishing can be tough and you never know if your efforts will be rewarded. I just need to be on the river so the fishing takes a second place from the paddling and camping. I had been promising my… Continue Reading “In Cod We Trust”

No one wants to be “That Guy”

Day 1 I never sleep well the night before a big trip as my mind goes over all the little and big things such as have I packed everything and what will be the best camp spots. This trip was no different, but I… Continue Reading “No one wants to be “That Guy””

Bass, Snakes & Strawberry Shakes

Dave landed at the Airport and on the way back to my place we chatted about options and tied up the loose ends for the trip he had booked over the next 4 days. This being Daves second trip with us he had a… Continue Reading “Bass, Snakes & Strawberry Shakes”

When it rains it pours….

3 day guided Bass fishing trip in the mountains of NSW

The Big River

Glen had booked this trip looking for a mix of fish and some amazing camping in the hope that he and his boy Mitch could spend some time on the water before the school term started. The weather looked great except for a bit… Continue Reading “The Big River”

Close but no Cigar (Hat)

Owens wife had secretly organised a trip for his birthday back in August so when we collected Owen from the airport he was as keen as they come. With the Rivers still running a little dirty, we set off in the late afternoon and… Continue Reading “Close but no Cigar (Hat)”

When it blows from the East the fish bite least

23 fish sounds a lot but when you put 4 experienced Fisho`s on New South Wales premier river (arguably) over 3 days the numbers should be 60-80.

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