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Lure fishing for big Australian Bass in the wild rivers of New South Wales with Chris Villani from We Flick Fishing.
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After the floods on the Sunshine Coast which was caused by a low depression system from Cyclone Marcia baring down the east coast of Queensland, the water levels of many rivers, creeks and stocked impoundments rose rather dramatically. This caused the fishing for Australian native fish species, in particular Australian Bass within these fisheries to become unbelievably sensational. In this video I explain my reasoning of where, and how I catch these fish using a variety of lures and techniques to attract these unsuspecting fish.


Why Brisbane River Bass are the biggest and baddest!!!

Take a swim through natures fish tank and see all the amazing micro organisms that provide the bases for The Brisbane Rivers amazing wild life! We are always hunting down the very top of the underwater food chain but how often do we stop to think about the bottom!? Without these amazing little creatures there would be no bass in the river to catch… Filmed @ Burton’s Bridge, Pine Mt 10-11-13 @ 3am

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CTC590 Wet a line freshwater fishing half hour – Segment 4

Southern Queensland Country starts just 90 minute’s drive from Brisbane and extends over 400 kilometres west. It takes in Toowoomba and the Darling Downs, the Southern Downs and Granite Belt, the South Burnett and the Western Downs.

Also in Southern Queensland Country is the town of Texas. This small community has a number of attractions for tourists. The rabbit processing works is a museum where visitors can get an insight into the once bustling rabbit trade. The Stockman Hotel is the town’s one and only watering hole.

Another popular stopping point in Southern Queensland Country is the town of Goondiwindi. It is home to the Natural Heritage & Water Park, a 3km purpose-built water channel perfect for all types of water based sports. The Goondiwindi Skiing club regularly uses the facility and lays claim to many young waterskiing stars.

The world famous Nindigully Pub draws tourists who want to get a taste of a bush pub at its best. There is free camping by the banks of the nearby river, where it’s also a great spot to wet a line.

It’s a forty minute drive along the Canarvon Highway from Nindigully to St George. For caravanners and campers, Pelican’s Rest is a great choice, with big grassy blocks and clean amenities. Fishing in St George is a popular past time, with the banks of the Balonne yielding a good catch.

Surat is another must stop for visitors to Southern Queensland Country. The Surat information centre gives a rather fascinating insight into the Balonne River — it’s maintained by the Surat Fishing and Restocking Club. For those looking to catch their own, the locals recommend a spot just below the weir to the north of town.

And to make tracks to this wonderful region, call by the Southern Queensland Country website. Or phone to receive your free travellers guide. The country is looking great — so now is definitely time to point the car west with a few fishing rods in tow.

Contact: Queensland Murray-Darling Committee
Southern Queensland Country
1800 688 949