14 Oct 2021
Find Christmas gifts for your favourite boatie, camper or fisho as well as the all-terrain adventurer and watersports enthusiast.
24 Aug 2021
Find something special for all the adventure-loving dads this Father's Day at BCF
28 Jul 2021
The BCF’ing experts have put together a buyer’s guide to help you find the spinning reel that best meets your needs.
24 May 2021
All you need to know when choosing a new fishing line.
20 May 2021
Chasing big fish in the shallow waters of estuaries with soft plastics, is not only fun, but highly effective. Nige Webster shares his top tips for targeting bread and butter species in the shallows.
09 Mar 2021
Weedless lure presentations are the key to unlocking snag-dwelling species in a range of environments. Nige Webster shares some tips for getting you into the weedless game.
Nige Webster explains how to fish the tides to great effect when chasing flathead.
19 Feb 2021
Choosing the right spinning reel for fishing is important, to not only balance your outfit, but to give yourself the best chance to reel in whatever you hook up to.
24 Dec 2020
Nige Webster shares the techniques and gear required to make casting lures at pelagics a successful pursuit.
10 Dec 2020
Nige Webster shares some of the best trolling tips and techniques to get you amongst mackerel this summer.
18 Nov 2020
Chasing snapper in the shallows is not only effective but highly addictive. Nige Webster runs through what you need to know to start your shallow water snapper journey.
14 Nov 2020
Here are some tried and tested tips to help you successfully catch snapper on lures in deep water.
07 Nov 2020
What to consider when buying soft plastics
13 May 2020
Have you ever been caught in the fishing line aisle, new reel in hand, completely stumped at the difference between all the types of lines currently hanging on the shelf?
08 Jan 2018
Choosing the right lure colour is a question that almost every fisherman has been asked at least once. Here are a few factors to consider...
Metal lures look pretty simple, but choosing the correct one for the target species is key....