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Top 5 Fishing Species on the Great Barrier Reef

Posted April 05, 2024

The Great Barrier Reef is one of the top bucket list destinations in Australia to go fishing. Whether you are a local or a visitor fishing the Great Barrier Reef is one of the most iconic angling destinations in the world.

Giant TYEE Salmon in Chile | The Biggest Kings on Planet Earth?

Posted April 06, 2023

It is rare to see a massive explosion of a new run of Salmon. Premium specimens. Well, relatively new. Salmon have always been "Native" to the Northern Hemisphere on the Pacific Rim. Stretching from states like California, Washington and Oregon, into Canada and Alaska. On the other side of the Pacific, countries like Russia and Japan have had historic runs of many species of Pacific Salmon.  But the southern hemisphere is a new frontier for Pacific Salmon. With bountiful feed and way less over-fishing in the Southern Hemisphere of the Pacific, it has similar climates and seasonal changes as the...

How to properly pull your river anchor in the Columbia River.

Posted July 18, 2018

Boats sink in the Columbia River every year in the great Pacific Northwest for this very reason. Pulling your anchor off the bottom using the sliding ball set up is the most effective way to do so. The problem is, uneducated anglers will try to do this without knowing how easy it is for issues to arise on the river. In this video Cameron Black shows you how to properly pull up your river anchor and the steps you should take.  Join the conversation on our other platforms! Follow us: Facebook - Group Instagram - Podcast:

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