• Lures

    Strike Tiger Micro Spoons

    Strike Tiger is a Tasmanian fishing lure brand best known for their range of quality soft plastics. With the island state having some of the best trout fishing in the country, Strike Tiger has now released a specialised lure aimed solely at trout in small rivers, creeks and streams. Measuring only 22mm, the new Strike Tiger Micro Spoon is exactly what the name suggests. The spoons…

  • Reels

    Penn Battle II Spin

    Inspired by design innovations made possible through new technology, Penn introduces the improved Penn Battle II. Penn has added line capacity rings to let the angler know when the spool is properly filled. This ensures that the casts are not subject to excess line stripping from the spool, resulting in improved castability. This reel has enhanced corrosion…

  • Accessories

    Squidly Rigs by Black Magic

    Black Magic has added a new product to their extensive range of pre-tied rigs – the Squidly. Rigged with three soft squid lures, it is similar to others on the market, but Black Magic has made sure that this one is a cut above the rest by using superior quality raw materials. Each squid is rigged…

  • Accessories

    Ecooda Rod Case

    The new Ecooda Deluxe Rod Case is leading the pack in design concepts for rod friendly travel. With a three-part design, two-colour concept the Deluxe Rod Case extends from each end in a telescopic manner with the blue sections being able to be placed in more than one travelling position. From 1.5m to 2.2m the Deluxe…

  • Rods

    TEN20 Aussie rods

    A group of talented Australian rod builders around the country have assembled to make a tournament-quality range of rods predominantly for the bream and bass market. This new brand is called TEN20, and it’s distributed via Rod Components Australia. Designed by rod builder Mark Newcombe, there are spin, baitcast and fly rods in the range, all…

  • Lures

    Nories 7g tailspinners

    Norio Tanabe is a leader amongst Japanese professional anglers, and has used his know-how and extensive experience to make quality tackle under his own brand, Nories. As well as bass fishing, Tanabe has developed a reputation for saltwater lure fishing. In many saltwater based tournaments he has been able to overpower even seasoned locals to win…

  • Accessories

    Gloryfy sunglasses

    What do you get when you put innovative engineers, designers and extreme sport people in the one room? You get Gloryfy unbreakable sunglasses. Gloryfy sunglasses are based on maximum protection of the eyes, highest functionality and minimized risk of injuries. This is all possible because of the intelligent materials and innovative technologies from this Austrian eyewear company….

  • Lures

    Marukyu Large Crab

    Marukyu has already enjoyed success with its 15mm and 20mm Isome Crabs, and now it has announced a 25mm version to attract a bigger class of fish.  Like its predecessors it’s simple to use and is impregnated with a potent 6x attractant. You can fish the Crab really lightly weighted, drifting it down around pylons, or you…

  • Lures

    Zerek Flash Minnows

    The Zerek Flash Minnow has a highly reflective panel slotted into a hollow section in the plastic so it crinkles and flashes, sending out beams of reflected light to draw in predators. The lure also has a flexible action to mimic a baitfish swimming. The plastic itself is tough enough to stand up to those toothy pelagic…

  • Lures

    Presso Rolling Crank

    Good things come in small packages with the Daiwa Presso Rolling Crank, designed for Australia and made in Japan. With input from bream pros such as Chris Hickson, Micah Adams and Chris Seeto, this highly refined lure combines eye-catching colour schemes and baitfish patterns with heightened castability and varying depths. An enticing tight-wobble action stands the Rolling…

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