Why Don’t Banana Popsicles Taste Like Bananas?

I’ve always thought banana popsicles were…strange. Don’t get me wrong, banana is the best popsicle flavor, hands down. Anyone who tells you otherwise is either delusional or has an ulterior motive. Either way, they can’t be trusted, and you should turn and run from anyone who won’t immediately admit that ...

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Unreal fishing experience for young fishos

ALL through the working week I had been planning a fishing trip offshore because conditions were looking mint. I had teed things up with my mate Nick to take his boat offshore bright and early on a Saturday morning. We decided to chase pelagics and reef fish using soft plastics ...

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Going ga-ga for giant trevally

WE finally had a bit of a break in the weather and it coincided with some days off. What’s a fishing guide to do? Go fishing, of course. After taking an overseas holiday and going camping with the family I was itching to get out wide for great bluewater sportfishing ...

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A beginner’s guide to catching black marlin

HOWDY folks, I hope you made some New Year’s fishing resolutions, but if not, it’s not too late. I must admit that in late-2017, catching black marlin was at the front of my mind in terms of my 2018 wish list. I was thinking it might have to wait until ...

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Catching mangrove jack from a kayak

BEING passionate about fishing often gives you the opportunity to go to epic places and see spectacular things. My girlfriend Leeah and I both have a never-ending love of the outdoors, and particularly areas that feature water due to the scaly creatures that usually inhabit it. A number of weekend ...

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Cod research findings

LOOKING back over eight years of working with cod, with two professors, two doctors of biology and three biologists, not to mention 100 mad-keen cod anglers who stuck tags into over 1500 of these great freshwater fish, what has happened with the results? In Queensland, we are still using the ...

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Unique fishing experience in Northern Territory

NUMBULWAR is an Indigenous community in Northeast Arnhem Land, Northern Territory. Its population fluctuates during the year depending on seasonal change and cultural proceedings, but around 687 people call Numbulwar home. The community is nestled between spectacular sand dunes that overlook the Gulf of Carpentaria towards the Queensland coastline, the ...

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Bowhunting tracking tips

AS bowhunters, we spend a lot of time practising and perfecting our bowhunting technique, or finding stray arrows in my case. The majority of our practice revolves around shooting. Yes, you need to be an accurate shot to successfully and ethically harvest game, however getting into range of an animal is ...

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