Sooner or later you might find yourself hooked-up to an enormous blue marlin, perhaps a fish weighing more than 1000 pounds. What then? Capt Peter Bristow, the skipper with more granders to his credit than any other, details the game plan
Tim Simpson couldn’t wait to join an expedition and show that in the modern world there are still virginal gamefishing hotspots yet to be discovered. Samoa’s remote Savai’i Island promised just that
The latest issue of Bluewater Boats and Sportsfishing has just hit the stands and is jam packed full of features including Cairns Black Marlin Hall of Fame and Australia's 75 years of organised Gamefishing
Five Wildlife Computers pop-up satellite archival tags were sponsored by Australian angler Peter Teakle and deployed on black marlin over the two weeks following the launch of the tournament.
By their very definition, convertibles have compromises. It’s only after you have crossed over from casual or fair-weather fisherman to tournament angler that you realise them all.
When saltwater gamefishing, you never really quite know what you’ll encounter. In New Zealand this past summer there were plenty of surprises, but none as startling as the one Nathan Adams received in late February.