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Inside we've crammed in a range of wintery and early spring content, including big metro reds on plastics, thumper callop from a remote hot spot, Port River and Patawalonga bream, PLUS hard-body spring trout techniques, giant bluefin tuna, offshore flathead and flounder tactics and a day with the Port Adelaide football club. If this isn't enough all our state-wide reports and gear and outboard reviews round out a bumper issue.Fishing SA Magazine August/September 2014 issue Out Now!

 

Fishing SA Aug/Sep edition will be released into all metro tackle stores by Tuesday this week and newsagents this week also.

 

Inside we've crammed in a range of wintery and early spring content, including big metro reds on plastics, thumper callop from a remote hot spot, Port River and Patawalonga bream, PLUS hard-body spring trout techniques, giant bluefin tuna, offshore flathead and flounder tactics and a day with the Port Adelaide football club. If this isn't enough all our state-wide reports and gear and outboard reviews round out a bumper issue.

 

Check it out in a tackle store or newsagent near you or order direct from our website www.fishingsa.com.au.

 

Looks like a cracker issue, get into it guys!

 

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Just a shameless plug, you can find me on Pg 76 with the sneaky bream article! :)

 

TT

Well done Connor, nice article. Good to see you took up the advice of 4THA and others when they said you should write for a magazine. You young fellows are the future of Rec Fishing in this state, are we seeing the future of Rec Fishing Journalism as well?

Well done young man.

 

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Just a shameless plug, you can find me on Pg 76 with the sneaky bream article! :)

TT

 

Well done Connor, nice article. Good to see you took up the advice of 4THA and others when they said you should write for a magazine. You young fellows are the future of Rec Fishing in this state, are we seeing the future of Rec Fishing Journalism as well?

Well done young man.

 

Wahoo

 

Thanks heaps mate, I really appreciate it. I hope to stay involved with this sort of thing. I have always had a passion for writing especially in things I am interested in.

 

Keep up the good work. TT

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