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Three times per week Australia's most successful lure fishermen share their secrets for catching Australia's iconic sports species. The Australian Lure Fishing Podcast (ALF) is on a mission to help everyday fishermen experience better fishing than they could ever have imagined. Host Greg "Doc Lures" Vinall hand picks the cream of Aussie fishermen and presses them to give up the tips that matter. It's no fluff, no nonsense, top notch fishing info. Stuff you can put into action and get immedia ...
 
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Extreme Kayak Fishing Tournament presents The RAW H2O podcast. The RAW H2O Podcast is hosted by Joe Hector, owner of the Extreme Kayak Fishing Tournament series out of Pompano Beach, FL and Tournament Angler Eric Clark. Whats unique about this podcast is for the first half of the show we talk fishing, the second half of the show we talk about UFO's, Bigfoot, paranormal and weird experiences anglers had while fishing in weird places..
 
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As northern Australia heads towards the buildup to the wet season some extraordinary fishing opportunities start to emerge. For Groote Eylandters, targeting sailfish is just one such opportunity. Our guest today, Bomber Farrell, shares his tips for for catching these stunning, fast, hard-fighting gamefish in his home waters. _______________________…
 
In recent years the yellowfin tuna fishery off the NSW south coast has bounced back from bare existence to eclipsing the peaks of the heady eighties. With this revival has come a new and exciting opportunity - casting topwater lures at surface feeding monsters! Over the past 4-5 years our guest for this episode, Simon Pender, has been amongst them,…
 
The Parramatta River system might be one of the most highly urbanised waterways in Australia, but that doesn't mean it can't fish well! Todays Guest George Anasta has been nailing Parramatta kingfish from boat, kayak and shore for decades. Fortunately he loves a chat and isn't shy about sharing some pearls of wisdom with ALF listeners. ____________…
 
In today's episode we explore a style of fishing that can be very effective in extracting large barra where virtually no other technique will work. David is a fishing writer who has been using this approach for years, has written numerous articles and has taken barra to 130cm (and lost bigger) from his 3m kayak! ______________________ Want more inf…
 
Somerset is a great place to fish for bass at any time of year, but over the spring period the fish congregate in numbers in the main basin and feed aggressively. Tournament bass fisho and tackle trade insider Mitch Petty has been fishing this impoundment for years and happily shares some of his learnings in today's episode. _______________________…
 
The myriad of smaller, lesser known impoundments in the Snowy's are accessible, visually spectacular and very fishy. Brendon Spicer shares some tips for fishing them, as well as a couple of the better known River systems (once the season opens) for brown and rainbow trout. __________________________ Finding the ALF Podcast useful? Please consider s…
 
Spring is an awesome time to target impoundment bass. Quality fish utilise all of the available habitat and can be targeted anywhere from the shallow edges of the lake to the deeper weedbed margins and pelagic zones. Stuart Kenny cut his teeth on Lake St Clair Bass and is happy to share what he's learned from numerous trips to the system. _________…
 
Today's ALF guest has accomplished the unthinkable - a 60kg PLUS topwater GT right on Brisbane's doorstep. Anthony Cass is definitely a quiet achiever who has amassed plenty of skills and knowledge that can help the ALF audience to improve their results on giant trevally! ________________________ In the ALF Plus edition of this interview Anthony an…
 
Gun central Queensland angler Jason Medcalf has been a topwater fishing addict forever but over the past 12 months has set himself the goal of fishing only topwater, all year round. In today's ALF episode I talk to Jason about his results, what he's learned and how we can all improve our results on surface lures. _______________________ The "ALF Pl…
 
Every seasoned angler knows that having the right tackle and techniques is half the battle, no matter where you’re fishing and what species your’e chasing. Gun fisho Mark Bantich has a habit of being at the cutting edge when it comes to pushing tackle and techniques, and today he talks about how he uses extra long rods when shore based fishing to t…
 
The Goulburn River system offers Victorian anglers outstanding trout fishing within a short drive of Melbourne, with fish available in both quantity and quality. One angler who targets them hard is Hookedup Magazine publisher Kosta Linardos - and today he shares his trout fishing tips with the ALF audience. __________________________ Australian Lur…
 
Weipa is an amazing fishing destination for a massive range of species from fingermark to billfish, but none are more popular than the iconic barramundi. Todays guest is "Notso" Bright, who has a decade or so of guiding experience out of Weipa in his own business and for another operators. This was one very cool conversation. ______________________…
 
The humble redfin is a popular target among Australia's inland anglers, and Canberra-based Ganesh Suppiah loves to target them land-based or from a kayak in the smaller ponds and waterways in his home town. _______________________ Enjoying the ALF Podcast? There's over 400 episodes available for free, but even more fishing resources for those who s…
 
John is a Ballina based angler who has been fishing the Richmond River system for 25 years and mainly on lures for the past 15 years. He loves his jewfish and spends plenty of time and effort getting them wired. _________________________ Enjoying the ALF Podcast? Please consider supporting the show and getting some members only fishing resources by…
 
The NSW Central Coast is jewfish heaven and the Hunter River system is no exception, holding plenty of quality fish. Today's Guest, JJ Edwards, targets jewies under lights at night using handmade swimbaits. He doesn't fish the usual "jewfish tides" either..... in fact, this whole interview is pretty much outside of the box! ________________________…
 
Spring is the time when the cod season closes, the water starts to warm and the yellowbelly come on the chew. Lake Hume may not be the first destination that comes to mind when you think yellowbelly fishing, but it's a well kept secret among locals, including today's guest, Jake Hill. This young bloke find good numbers and good quality yellowbelly …
 
The NSW South Coast port of Wollongong offers some amazing fishing for tons of great species, but with their speed and raw pulling power kingfish have to be among the most exciting options. Vicki Lear is a south coast NSW based fisho, writer and sponsored angler who does pretty well on the kings and doesn't mind sharing a tip or two. ______________…
 
Kangaroo Island is South Australia's hidden fishing gem, with pristine micro estuaries that produce quality black bream. SA Bream fishing personality Alex Williams does pretty well on KI bream, and in todays ALF episode he shares his tips for how you and I can do the same! ____________________ Enjoying the ALF Podcast? That's great! Why not support…
 
Despite the popular belief, if you live in Central Queensland, mangrove jack fishing is a great option right through the cooler months. Todays guest Daniel Robson has been 100% jack obsessed for the past 5 years and targets them year-round, even off the surface! ________________________ Team Doc Lures Members: we have a live stream with Dr Ben Digg…
 
Barramundi fishing doesn't always have to be about chasing horses around estuaries or lakes. The dry season in Townsville is when smaller fish school up in large numbers to smash jelly prawns in the shallows. Vinnie Versfeld likes nothing better than to walk the beaches casting small lures on light tackle and enjoying some amazing sport. __________…
 
Todays episode of the Australian Lure fishing podcast was inspired by repeat ALF guest Dick Pasfield, who asked me the question "Why is it that barra and threadies have such different tails when they feed in the same areas on the same bait?" It got me thinking and researching - then sharing my conclusions. Let me know what your thoughts. __________…
 
Coming out of winter and into the spring months the waters off Queensland's Sunshine Coast come alive with bait - and juvenile billfish. The light tackle marlin and sailfish fishing can be nothing short of spectacular, as today's ALF guest David Granville explains! _____________________ There's some great extra info in the ALF Plus edition of this …
 
Lake Macquarie is a popular and highly pressured fishery, yet there are still quality jewfish to be taken on lures by those prepared to persevere and hone their skills. Garret Windeatt has been targeting jewfish on this system exclusively on lures for the past 6-7 years and gets some pretty consistent results and plenty of quality fish. ___________…
 
The Mulgrave River system in Far North Queensland offer anglers the opportunity to drift fish some amazing, snag studded freshwater and brackish environments in search of jungle perch and sooty grunter. Cairns-based local guide is a seasoned pro at giving anglers this experience and today shares his top tips for anyone wanting to give it a go. ____…
 
The Gold Coast offers some great opportunities for small boat anglers to target quality snapper on lures relatively short distances from the shore. Local angler and fishing writer Will Kitching is one of those blokes who loves nothing better that to tempt some snapper on a range of lures. Note: At the time of publishing a closed season is in place …
 
Flathead probably aren't the first species on your mind if you're fishing central Queensland, there's so much to choose from. But the humble flattie is reliable, fun and accessible for anyone, even if you don't have a boat. Mackay sponsored angler Nick Moore targets lots of species, but flathead are one of his go to species when he has limited time…
 
In Episode 398 Greg goes rogue once again and takes ove the microphone in a rambling rant about fish senses, how fish communicate with each other and why lure fishers should even care! _______________ Want to know more about scents and attractants, what works and what doesn’t? We have a Masterclass scheduled with Dr Ben Diggles, fisheries scientist…
 
Never underestimate the sporting opportunities of our numerous bread and butter estuary species, like the humble Aussie salmon. Hard fighting, often cooperative, reasonably abundant and accessible to our southern anglers. What more could you want? Brent Hodges loves targeting Australian salmon in southern NSW estuaries over the winter months and sh…
 
Nestled between the major populations of Sydney and the NSW Central Coast, the Hawkesbury River system comes under plenty of fishing pressure. Local gun Aaron Papas reckons a lot of people overlook the tributaries of this massive estuary system, and that there's tons of missed opportunities as a result. Aaron should know - he's been targeting jewfi…
 
Daniel has been acquainting himself with Burrinjuck's Murray cod population for the past two decades and has been using live sonar to the max, making some interesting discoveries about cod behaviour along the way. In this episode he takes us to his home waters and shares some tips and advice for anyone interested in targeting the big green fish. __…
 
Australia has a large audience of podcast listeners interested in outdoorsy subjects like fishing, hunting, diving, bushwalking, surfing, camping, four wheel driving, bird watching....... you name it. The problem is, there's not nearly enough quality podcasts for that audience. So for those interested in starting an outdoors podcast Greg is plannin…
 
See if you can figure out the identity of the mystery fish before Doc spills the beans. Then we’ll have a chat about the real reasons that species is under pressure - and what we can all do about it. __________________ Enjoy the free ALF podcast? Then you’d love ALF Plus because we go even deeper into the pro tips for catching your favourite specie…
 
Awoonga Dam has been the subject of several barramundi episodes on ALF in the past, and for good reason. The system has rebounded from the 2011 floods in style and is now producing lots of fish around the magic metre mark. Dean Silvester is an angler who spends a fair bit of time homing in on the impoundment fish and in this episode shares some of …
 
Marlin fishing has never been more accessible to small boat anglers and NSW South Coast angler Malcolm Munro takes every opportunity to get out amongst them. In todays episode Malcolm shares his no-nonsense approach to finding, hooking and boating striped and black marlin. _________________________ Help support the Australian Lure Fishing Podcast b…
 
Dhufish are an iconic WA species. Slow pitch jigging is a highly misunderstood technique. And Tyrone Yahiya specialises in slow pitch jigging for Dhufish, among other species. It's definitely a recipe for another cracker ALF episode! __________________________ There's an ALF Plus version of this interview that has 8 extra minutes packed with absolu…
 
It might not happen every day, but every so often Moreton Bay's snapper population starts smashing small lures off the surface in water only a metre or less deep. When that happens, today's guest Mike Connolly is ready and waiting - and today he shares how we can be, too. ___________________ Thanks to all of my Team Doc Lures members for making tod…
 
Sydney is at the junction where it's possible to catch both the tropical yellowfin tuna and the polar southern bluefin tuna at the same place, depending on time of year, currents and so on. In today's episode high profile bluewater angler and photographer Al McGlashan shares how anyone with the ability to get outside Sydney Heads can potentially ge…
 
Mallacoota has something of a reputation for being the home of big black bream. In today's episode, former tournament champ Chris Wright shares what we need to know about fishing for them during the cooler months. _______________________________ Please consider supporting the Australian Lure Fishing Podcast by joining Team Doc Lures. Member's get a…
 
Fishing Far North Queensland and don't want to go all they way out to the reef? Wonky holes are a great inshore option that hold plenty of desirable species and among them is the large mouth nannygai. In Episode 386 Nicko Fewtrell takes us to the Bloomfield area in Far North Queensland and explains his strategies and techniques for finding wonky ho…
 
Bretto is an iconic tackle industry personality whose passion for fishing saw him start working in the Shimano warehouse around the time Squidgies burst onto the scene. Over the decades he's been instrumental in the development and introduction of a bunch of iconic lures into the Australian market. In this interview we explore some of the back stor…
 
While the lure fishing can get a bit tough in Victoria over the winter months there are still lots of opportunities. Redfin perch are one of those species - and a good population of them in the Barwon River system puts great winter fishing within very easy range of Geelong and Melbourne anglers. Vic fishing identity Alan Bonnici is no stranger to t…
 
Glen "Stewie" Stewart has been around fishing circles for his whole life but is particularly experienced and well respected for his freshwater fishing and writing exploits. Of course, with Murray cod being the pinnacle of Australia's native freshwater species, Stewie has spent countless hours, days and weeks in pursuit of this species. For today's …
 
Redfin perch are always a popular topic with our Victorian listeners, and they're available in both size and quantity in Lake Fyans. Today's guest Angus James has made the finding and catching of larger redfin his mission and regularly fishes Lake Fyans for very consistent results. In today's episode he shares a few of his secrets with our ALF audi…
 
In todays ALF episode I go off on a random chat about how fish think (or don't think) as the case may be. We find out why thinking like a fish might be exactly what some anglers already do and not the most effective or productive way to spend your fishing time. Intrigued? Have a listen and let me know what you reckon (ie show me that you're thinkin…
 
For those fishing the subtropical areas on Australia's east and west coasts there's a striking, super fast, hard fighting coastal sport fish that sometimes drops off the radar. It's the Giant Herring, a slender, sleek fish that bites aggressively and launches itself into the air the moment it's hooked. SEQ fishing personality Peter Herbst has made …
 
The Murrumbidgee River is one of Australia’s iconic freshwater systems and home to a swag of quality Murray Cod. Today’s guest Dean Norbiato is a high profile cod gun who fishes this system often and know s the species well. _________________ There’s an extended version of this podcast episode available to Team Doc Lures members, with more info abo…
 
Squid are available in the greater Melbourne area all year round. However the winter months see a slowing of activity for many fish species, which leads a lot of Victorian anglers shifting their focus to egging (squidding). Owner of Hooked Up magazine, Kosta Linardos dedicates a whole episode at this time each year to helping those who want to targ…
 
"Andy's Catch and Cook" Youtube personality Andy Thomsen does an amazing job of showcasing the fishing and outdoors lifestyle available to central Queenslanders through his social channels. Lately he's published several videos where he's taken quality coral trout land-based. Spectacular fishing and spectacular eating, for sure. Anyway, I invited An…
 
Cobia are challenging enough to find, tempt and subdue from a boat, but land-based? Goshie Gman has been a land-based light game enthusiast for over two decades and targets all manner of pelagic and demersal species on Australia's east and west coasts from the shore. In today's episode he explains the secrets to his success on what must be one of t…
 
Jason is an undisputed master of impoundment barramundi fishing. His persistence, determination and commitment made him one of the early pioneers of winter impoundment barra fishing. In fact, pretty much everything Jason did back then was considered unconventional and even though some of it is mainstream today, he still has plenty of secrets to sha…
 
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