South Coast Exploration – Part 3 Huskisson and Currambene Creek.

Continuing on with the exploration stopped in at the local tackle store, JB Lures, Nowra Street, Huskisson. This is just up the road from the co-op and the owner and his son were busy making lures for the local marlin fishers. Check out their website at http://www.jbmarlinlures.com . They were great to […]

South Coast Exploration – Part 2. Jervis Bay & Moona Moona Creek.

Second day of the exploration of the New South Wales South Coast some cloud and a bit of wind, but what an area to explore. Decided to head over from Sanctuary Point to have a look at the Jervis Bay and Huskisson area. First stop was the main beach on the […]

Taste of Huon – A must if you are in Tasmania

Pig and Fig, Huon Taste Festival, Tasmania

If you are ever in Tasmania during March, a must is the Taste of Huon festival. The festival runs in March each year , usually on the second weekend. ‘A Taste of the Huon’, now in its 25th year, is a celebration of fine food, wine, entertainment, arts and crafts […]

Wooden boats – Craftsmen in Tassie keep the dream alive.

Wooden Boat, Huon Valley

In Franklin, Tasmania, which is on the banks of the Huon River, is the Wooden Boat Centre ( http://www.woodenboatcentre.com/) . At theWooden Boat Centre you can see the craftsmen at work and have a great tour, where they show you all aspects of the complete process of making a wooden […]

Dusky Flathead on the Clarence River.

As usual the Fishing Tragics were on another Pilgrimage to the Clarence River, Iluka, northern NSW. It was as usual, a beautiful week in late July. We have found that the weather seems to be the most stable at this time of the year. And contrary to the locals information, […]

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In an attempt to get the messages out there and so that people can share in and comment on our posts, we have created a complimentary Facebook page for The Fishing Tragics.  This is an opportunity for us to get the word out about our Website, blogs, views, photos and […]