One look at the weather forecast this weekend tells you summer is just around the corner.
Encouraging signs of yellowfin tuna may see a stampede to the shelf this weekend, according to Paul “Ringo” Lennon, from Tackle World Port Stephens.
Rocks and breakwalls have been a popular haunt for anglers this week, looking to get out of the westerlies, and it looks like blowing on this weekend.
SIMON WALKER The Father’s Day weekend promises fishing fun, with reasonable weather on the radar and the lure of winter species in abundance.
SIMON WALKER The winter chill has done nothing to ease the heat as local waters bubble with opportunity.
SIMON WALKER Big winds are going to blow fishos to closed waters this weekend, with big seas sure to test the mettle of anyone considering getting outside.
Matthew Small won big in the opening round of the 2017-18 Newcastle District Anglers Association fishing competition – the rock comp.
SIMON WALKER The weatherman says it’s going to blow west-nor-west this weekend at around 20 knots.
Winter westerlies and sunny skies will dominate the weekend, laying on a glorious if not breezy platform to wet a line.