Lemax Black Rose spin rods hit the mark

 
The moment you pick up a Black Rose rod you feel why Lemax believe this is one of the best lightweight rods they have ever built.

It feels distinct. It feels useable. It oozes confidence and quality.  

The Black Rose series of spinning rods are a cornerstone of the Lemax range due to the quality of the blank it is built around and the components it uses. The breadth of the series offers choices for a variety of light tackle fun whether bombing snags for bream, wading for flathead or jigging plastics for snapper.  

The rods range from five to eight feet in length and feature quality components including Fuji silicon carbide (SiC) guides and Fuji reel seats and are suitable for line strengths ranging from 2-8kg.

For more information on Lemax rods visit Four Fish or email sales@fourfish.com.au
 
   

Currumbin's biggest prawn cocktail!

With an exclamation of "Dad I think there's something big in here!" Young Kye pulled this beauty in.

Five times the predators in Barrier Reef 'Green Zones'.

The only way to slow the process, is by sticking to bag limits and practicing good catch-and-release techniques when you're out on the water.

The one that got away - 19hr fight with 200kg Tuna.

A battle of epic proportions was played out off the Tasmanian coast this week, when two professional anglers were put up a fight with a 200kg Tuna that continued for over 19 hours, before disaster struck.

Don't have a boat? Make one! Or not.

Two English anglers had to be rescued this week after their home made fishing boat was stranded off Essex, but the real news, is that they made it from insulation foam and silicone - for the grand total of ?9.

Green Zones help protect fish in more ways than one.

Scientists have discovered an unexpected surprise after the introduction of fishing green zones in more than 40% of the Great Barrier Reef since the 1980's.

This Weekend - Pirtek Fishing Challenge

Since it's inception, the Pirtek Fishing Challenge has raised over $600,000 for Prostate Cancer, and this weekend it's back once again to live up to it's title of the biggest fishing event in Australia!

Mack found in hidden compartment, anglers fined $9000.

Don't lie to the Fisheries guys when they know what you've been up to! In fact, don't lie to them at all when it comes to how many fish you're carrying in the boat, because chances are they'll find the ones you've stashed.

Mangrove Jack successfully bred in captivity

The Southern Cross Universities National Marine Science Centre in Coffs Harbour has successfully bred Mangrove Jack fingerlings in captivity, which is the first time ever in New South Wales.

An Eel, Bull Shark and a Teenager in Brisbane

What happens when an enthusiastic angler in Brisbane hooks a giant Pike Eel in the Brisbane River? Hilarity, as we found out when we read the story of Rick van der Drift's big catch this week.

WA to install more 'fishing debris bins'.

After collecting more than 8.7km of fishing line, 1743 fishing hooks and sinkers, 254 lure packets and 1508 bait bags in specialized bins around Perth, the WA Department of Fisheries is planning to spend another $20,000 on expanding the scheme.