Starlo's five top tips for catching Bream on Squigies
Starlo's has been kind enough to list a simple, five-step strategy for cracking the bream-on-Squidgies code, and this is accompanied by a short, no-nonsense how-to video clip.
Bream fishing for barra… It’s a term I’ve found myself using more and more since my three-year stint living in Darwin. It reflects a significant shift in the approach that an increasing number of northern anglers now adopt when chasing the iconic barramundi, especially in reasonably clear, shallow waters; both salt and fresh.
This fact originally came as something of a revelation to me. My eyes were first opened on trips to Cape York and other tropical locations during the 1990s. I’ve always really enjoyed chasing surface-feeding schools of...
Mulloway are the biggest, most highly-prized target species found in our southern inshore waters. In the final installment of our two-part special feature about catching jewies on Squidgies, Starlo gets down to the nitty gritty of how, when and where to target these challenging sport fish.
Mulloway or jewfish are the biggest and most highly-prized target species found in our southern estuaries. They also occur along beaches, off rocky headlands and over inshore reef and gravel patches. Catching jewies on Squidgies — especially during daylight hours — is something that many anglers aspire to, but relatively few ever achieve, especially on a regular basis. This two-part feature is intended to help elevate you into that winners’ circle!