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Fishing SA Dec/Jan edition has you covered for what is the best two fishing months of the year!

Features include Salt Creek and Far West Coast mulloway, Yorke Peninsula sharks, Onkaparinga bream on plastics, a Murray River hot spot, the best locations and tactics to catch southern bluefin this summer, and a breakdown of some low-fuss Eyre Peninsula holiday options.


Our state-wide area reports will keep you up-to-speed on all the warm season opportunities right around SA, plus there's much more crammed into the Dec/Jan edition.


The magazine is now in most metro tackle stores and will be in all other stores, including country ones, by wed 25th Nov, and newsagents by 26th November.


Fish on!


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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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