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Fishing SA Magazine Issue 40 - April / May 2015 is out now, get into your local tackle shop or news agent to grab yourselves a copy!Inside this issue we have a feature on catching bluefin tuna at Victor Harbor, drifting for school sharks, targeting elephant sharks, metro snook on hard-body lures, thumper salmon from Port Lincoln, Thistle Island whiting, sharks and more, sounder tips, full state-wide fishing reports and flats fishing for flathead, salmon, yellowfin whiting and more. We also have a look at Yamaha’s new F130A outboard, plus a bunch of gear is reviewed.


Grab a copy of Fishing SA April/May now from a tackle store or newsagent, or visit our online store and order the current copy today. Fish on!


Also check out the Fishing SA magazine website www.fishingsa.com.au and follow Fishing SA magazine on Facebook https://www.facebook...shingsamagazine


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