The 49th Brisbane Boat Show returns to the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre at South Bank showcasing everything marine under one roof. It is the perfect place to search for, compare and choose your new boat, personal watercraft or boat motor.
For anyone fishing for some affordable family fun, the 2009 Brisbane Boat Show has everything you desire from tiny tinnies to luxury cruisers and will dock at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from August 27-30.
Sponsored by Club Marine, the event is the most comprehensive indoor marine exhibition in Australia and offers a great family day out for boaties, novices and outdoor enthusiasts alike.
With many Australians forfeiting international travel and turning to boating and fishing as inexpensive alternatives for family entertainment, Marine Queensland events manager, Mr Jason Plant predicts a strong attendance at the exhibition.
“For many Queenslanders owning a boat is a very affordable lifestyle option and brings families together,” Mr Plant said.
For nearly 50 years the boat show has been loved by Queenslanders as the ultimate affordable family day out and Mr Plant said Marine Queensland was determined to offer more value for money in 2009.
“We’re very conscious of the current economic situation and therefore we have maintained the same low ticket prices as previous years.”
This year’s Brisbane Boat Show is offering more affordability with free entry for children under 15 and for the first time, a discounted two-day pass.
Mr Plant said children can be anchored at the Kids Marine Zone with free rock climbing and plenty of fun and educational activities to keep them safe and entertained while mum and dad do the rounds of the show.
“Our annual Invitational Bream Fishing Tournament will also see 10 teams battle it out to catch the biggest bream and take home the catch-of-the-day grand prize of $5,000 cash,” Mr Plant said.
This year will also see the return of the Wakeboard Rail Jam feature. Only this time we are bringing it inside the show and doubling its size, making it the largest indoor Rail Jam in Australia.
Along with expert demonstrations, free activities, competitions and giveaways, the 2009 Brisbane Boat Show will also include the latest nautical fashion, current fish varieties and products, and cooking demonstrations from well known chef Bart Beek.
For more information visit www.brisbaneboatshow.com.au.
The fishing stage is the place to visit if you want to hear the latest in fishing techniques, learn about new products on the market and find out exactly where the fish are biting.
The presenters at this year’s Fishing Expo at the Brisbane Boat Show represent a showcase of local talent who are all highly proficient anglers willing to share their knowledge and experiences with boat show patrons.
This year the program covers a broad variety of fishing activities and locations ranging from the freshwater lakes to the offshore adventures. The expo caters for everyone’s fishing interests, from the serious fisher through to the once a year family angler.
The program also includes Kids’ Fishing Clinics on Saturday and Sunday. Children’s participation will be well rewarded and mums and dads will learn a lot too.
However the spectacle of the show is possibly the live weigh-ins for the Bream Classic. The weigh-ins will feature interviews with the anglers, where they talk about their winning techniques on the day. The Bream Classic weigh-in is a must-see event at this year’s Brisbane Boat Show.
The invitational Bream Classic Fishing Tournament is now a regular feature of the Brisbane Boat Show.
Run by ABT and Queensland Fishing Monthly, this competition puts 10 teams (each consisting of 2 anglers) to the test in their attempts to catch the biggest fish and land the major prize of $5000 cash!
The are live weigh-ins on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the show with teams driving their boats and catches up to the fishing stage giving you the chance to see first hand the boats and equipment used to land the catch.
Team members will be available after the weigh-in to answer your questions and share a few trade secrets.
Join Bart Beek, at the Club Marine Stand for the ultimate sensory experience. Enjoy the sights, smells and sounds of the show as Bart demonstrates the secrets to successful seafood cooking.
Using a variety of everyday pantry items and then mixing it up with a few unique ingredients you are guaranteed to be inspired to try something new for yourself!
Back again in 2009 is the popular Kids Marine Zone. With heaps of FREE activities on offer, it is the perfect opportunity for mum and dad to drop the kids off and enjoy the rest of the show!
Climb the Rock Wall, learn how to tie a hook, throw a net like the pros or cast in a straight line.
The FREE sessions hosted by 2 Bent Rods are a great hands-on way for kids to learn the basics of fishing.
Sessions will be run on a rotational basis with groups starting every 10-15 minutes – this means that everyone gets a go. To join a session, simply head over to the kids fishing clinic (full map details will be provided shortly) and register. Children will then wait in a designated area until it's their groups’ turn to start. When it's all over, parents are able to collect their children from the specially designated pick-up zone.
The sessions include:
Using eggbeater reels, kids will learn a few trick casts and then get their chance to 'catch' some target balloons with casting plugs. Everyone that pops a balloon will win a prize.
Kids will learn to throw a cast net that has been colour coded to help make sure they pick it up the right way. After a few goes, kids will be as good (if not better) than dad! Everyone who 'catches' the special target (water filled balloons) will win a prize.
Using Hookeze (a hook tying and safety device) kids will learn to tie a locked 1/2 blood knot. Don't miss out on seeing the live stonefish display at this station and learning the basics of first aid for marine stings.
Choose your bait (peas, melon, soap etc) and try your hand at catching a 15cm long yabby. Keep your eyes peeled for the red claw variety!
There will also be salt water and fresh water tanks on display where kids will learn about the various baits available, how to tell the difference between a male and female crab and size limits of fish species including whiting, bream and flathead.
No one leaves empty handed with all participants receiving a sample bag with magazines, fishing information and the prizes they've collected along the way!
Mum and dad won’t miss out either; make sure you check the vouchers table when you drop the kids off and go get yourself a show bargain while the kids are keeping busy!
If you’re into boating and fishing then the following information is a must-read as it details all the latest and greatest products being released for boater and fishers at the show. You’ll also find information on great deals to be had and some exciting opportunities for those ready to buy their first or next boat motor and trailer package at this year’s show.
In 2009 the theme of the Yamaha stand at the Brisbane Boat Show is the ‘Art of Engineering’. The stand focuses on Yamaha’s proud history of industry leading technology and precision engineering.
The stand itself is a combination of hands-on demonstrations of Yamaha’s innovation as well as the traditional product display. Features include the world’s only V8 outboards, the F300 and the F350, as well as a number of brand-new outboards such as the F40, F30 and F25. The all-new F40 and F30 have been refined this year with electronic fuel injection, each providing quiet, smooth and powerful performances. The F25 has also been redesigned for 2009 making it one of the most versatile engines in its class. All three of these engines feature Yamaha’s latest low profile design that looks great on the back of any boat.
In 2009 Yamaha launched an all-new series of FZ WaveRunners and a new FX High Output. The FZR and FZS feature a 1.8L super-charged engine, the biggest engine available in any PWC. With its unique edge-to-edge turning hull and larger pump for stunning acceleration, the FZR is already taking the racing scene by storm.
The legendary FX160 has been upgraded and reborn as the FX 1.8 High Output. Featuring the all-new 1.8L naturally aspirated High Output engine coupled with Yamaha’s ultra lightweight NanoXcel body, these all new models are quite possibly the best all-round craft ever produced.
Check out Yamaha’s stand at the Brisbane Boat Show to see the full range of Outboards and WaveRunners.
As with previous years Blue Fin Boats will have a great range of boats on display at the 2009 Brisbane Boat show at the Logan River Marine and Coorparoo Marine stands. Blue Fin Boats are proud to be releasing two brand-new models to compliment their excellent range of sportfishing boats. The new 4.95m Thundercat and the new plate side 4.2m Mangrove Jack will be on display alongside the flagship 5.45m Hellcat.
We will have a style of boat at the show to suit everybody; and Blue Fin Boats will happily showcase the excellent build quality and paint finishes that they are renowned for. If you are in the market for a boat be sure to visit one of our stands to see the best before seeing the rest!
Stones Corner Marine have a lot on their ‘plate’ at this year’s Brisbane Boat Show, including Sea Jay boats and Bar Crusher boats, which will have their flagship plate aluminium models making their Queensland debut at the show.
Sea Jay boats are celebrating 20 years of manufacturing with their release of their 6.8m Pursuit. This tough-as-nails half cabin boat is targeted at the serious fisherman. Constructed using premium grade 5083 aluminium, Sea Jay have raised the bar for large offshore trailer boats. With a reputation for building one of the best-finished boats in the business the new 6.8m Pursuit is arguably the best thing to come out of Bundaberg.
Bar Crusher will have their Queensland release of the highly anticipated 760HT at the 2009 Brisbane Boat Show. The punters will not be disappointed in this great new craft. Stones Corner Marine will be installing the new Yamaha four stroke 250hp on the back. This will turn this super strong plate boat into a serious offshore rocket ship. In the interest of workplace health and safety Stones Corner Marine will be asking patrons to please limit drooling around this magnificent machine.
To complement these two kings of the trailer boat market Stones Corner Marine will have a range of smaller Sea Jay boats to suit a more modest budget while still exhibiting the quality of construction and finish that the Sea Jay name is famous for. All of the boats on display will be powered by Yamaha outboards, Australia’s most reliable motor.
Drop by the stand for some excellent show deals and have a chat with staff from Sea Jay and Bar Crusher, who will be on the stand on Saturday and Sunday. In the meantime if you require any information please contact Stones Corner Marine on 07 3397 9766 or email --e-mail address hidden--
Polycraft boats are renowned for being stable at rest, quiet when running and tough, and are perfect for the dedicated fisherman. Polycraft’s display at the Cunningham’s Marine Stand at this year’s Brisbane Boat Show is not to be missed.
On display will be Polycraft’s brilliant new all-rounder: the 4.80 Brumby, which is available in centre console, rear centre console, ride console, frontrunner and cuddy configurations. Featuring stylish consoles with locations for sounders and gauges and spacious front and rear lounges, this boat has something for everyone.
For those looking for a slightly smaller craft, the 4.50 Drifter, available in open, centre console, side console and front-runner models, is your answer. The craft features generous storage under the split front hatch and huge rear storage bins, perfect for the hardcore angler.
Polycraft’s 4.10 Challenger will be on display at the show. This classic V nose punt boasts a full floor, front and rear casting deck and generous underfloor storage.
Last but not least, the 3.0 Tuff Tender will also displayed at the Brisbane Boat Show. Perfect as a tender for a larger craft, this boat is incredibly stable and comes with a moulded anchor well. A new inclusion in the latest model of the 3m Tuff Tender is additional storage space for safety equipment and fishing gear.
All Polycraft boats on display at the 2009 Brisbane Boat Show are available in a great range of eight colours, so come and see all these great boats and more at the Cunninghams Marine stand.
This year Coastal Powerboats has some changes, with a few dealership revamps. New brands introduced to Coastal Powerboats at this year’s Brisbane Boat show include Stessl aluminium boats and the Haines Traveller fiberglass range, which will be showcased along with popular Coastal brands such as Goldstar plate alloy boats and the Lewis fiberglass leisure range.
Coastal Powerboats is also very pleased to announce the introduction of Suzuki motors into the mix. Suzuki motors have been the pick of the four-strokes in recent times, so it was an obvious choice for Coastal Powerboats to join the Suzuki team.
For more information on the aforementioned brands come and see the boys at this year’s Show on stand 330 or any other time at 2182 Gold Coast Highway, Miami or call 07 5526 0858.
Mercury Marine’s stand at the Brisbane Boat Show will display a brilliant mix of pure power and very intelligent thinking.
On display will be Mercury Outboard’s all-new Verado 350 SCi that has just hit Australian shores. This superb in-line six-cylinder supercharged four-stroke outboard has been built to provide speed-lovers with more power and better performance than any comparable engine – and it does just that.
Also new from Mercury Marine is the upgraded 6.2L Scorpion 377 HO, which has made the big end of the MerCruiser Tow Sport range even bigger. Rated at a very impressive 380 horsepower (which is a whopping 40hp more than the previous 377 model), the 6.2L Scorpion 377 HO is the Rolls Royse of tow sport engines.
Another new addition on display at the Brisbane Boat Show will be Mercury Marine’s latest direct fuel-injected OptiMax outboard engine. The OptiMax 125hp boasts more power, but the same brilliant fuel economy. Weighing in at just 170kg the new engine has an impressive power to weight ratio, which can be used across a range of applications.
Also showing will be the new and improved MercMonitor, which now allows boat owners to access an unprecedented level of information and control, providing ‘total vessel intelligence’ via a screen just 86mm in diameter. MercMonitor has set a new standard integrating three information and control systems: SmartCraft, Smart Tow and GPS.
Also available at the stand are details of how boaties can stay safe on the water without breaking the bank.
Mercury MerCruiser dealers are also offering Australia’s boat owners guaranteed trade-ins from $1,500 up to a whopping $6,900 if they repower their vessels with a brand new MerCruiser sterndrive or inboard engine.
The team at Wynnum Marine is set to do deals at the Brisbane International Boat Show.
Heading the line up will be the range of CruiseCraft fibreglass boats. Covering all key segments of Resort bow riders, Executive cruisers plus Outsider and Explorer specialist fishing boats, CruiseCraft is a long established, third generation Brisbane boat building institution.
Darren Nichols of Wynnum Marine said: “We have plenty of stock and we’re ready to do great deals at the Brisbane Boat Show.
“We’re also geared up to handle trade-ins during the show so that people can upgrade quickly, cheaply and with a minimum of fuss.”
Regular show patrons will see a new line of boats at the Wynnum Marine stand in 2009, with the bay side dealership having recently been appointed as a dealer for Stacer aluminium boats.
All of the latest offerings in the new Stacer 2010 range will be on the Wynnum Marine display, along with the customer’s choice of Yamaha and Evinrude outboard engines.
“We have seen quite an upsurge in customers repowering their boats with a new Yamaha four-stroke or E-Tec outboard engine,” Darren Nichols said.
“At the boat show we will have the best technical support team on hand to advise and quote customers on re-powering.”
Also available from Wynnum Marine is the complete range of Gemini inflatable boats, the affordable yet high quality inflatable boat that makes boating a greater pleasure.
To make buying even easier, the convenient Yamaha Motor Finance online facility will be available to offer straightforward finance solutions for re-powers or complete boating packages.
Come down to see the Wynnum Marine team at stand number 159 at the Brisbane Boat Show and grab a great deal from one of Queensland’s most respected marine dealerships.
This year at the Brisbane Boat Show Ally Craft will be displaying their new range of affordable, price friendly boats built with the same uncompromised quality and value Ally Craft boats are renowned for. The limited ‘Mate’ range will be at the show. This range comprises of two selected Runabout models, the 4.35 and 4.80 Crew Mate; two Centre Console models the 4.80 and 5.10 Sea Mate; and three variants of the 4.25 Fish Mate series. Without a doubt however, the boat that will be attracting everyone’s attention this year will be the highly popular and much sought after 4.25 Reel Mate tinnie.
Ally Craft dealers have taken advantage of these fantastic ‘Mate’ packages will be displaying them, along with other Ally Craft and Ally Plate models, during the course of the weekend. So this year at the show, take the time to check out the Ally Craft boats – you will be glad you did!
This year at the Brisbane Boat Show Logan River Marine will have a great range of boats and motors on display. Featuring quality, trusted brands of boats like Haines Hunter, BlueFin and Seascape, as well as Honda and Evinrude Etec motors and outboards, Logan River Marine’s stand is not one to miss. Logan River Marine have also gone all out to put together some great packages for the show to fully showcase the market leading brands available from their dealership.
The much-anticipated new range of Haines Hunter ProFish boats will be on display. There will be a ProFish boat to suit you, with models ranging from 4.7-6.75m.
This year the Logan River Marine stand will also have the largest ever range of Seascape boats. This includes the Suncruiser, Kingfisher, and the new model 450 Viper side console sportfishing boat. This boat is sure to turn heads.
As always, Logan River Marine will also have a range of Bluefin Sportfishing boats at the show.
To power these great boats, Logan River Marine only sell 3 Star rated engines, including the new Honda BF60 four-stroke EFI outboard engine, which will on display. Honda cashback will also be available at the show, to help you get on the water faster. Evinrude Etec’s clean, green, direct injection portable outboards will also feature at the Logan River Marine stand.
When you’re finished your shopping around for prices, come and see Logan River Marine at the Brisbane Boat Show for these products and many more, as well as great Boat Show deals on superior fitted packages, fitted by people who know how it should be fitted.
The Solas Boat Show stand this year will be bigger and better, with twice the floor area. It will also feature world first, cutting edge technology in new propellers and extreme deep water fishing products.
On the propulsion side, Solas will display their new 4x4 Duo propellers. These propellers are designed to enhance fuel economy and thrust for Mercruiser Bravo 3 and Yanmar’s New ZT350 Sterndrive engine. The Brisbane Boat Show will be the first boat show in the world to display this cutting edge new development in propellers. Many people don’t realise it, but many Queenslanders are the quiet achievers behind marine products that end up on overseas markets .
Solas is also a corporate partner to New Zealand based yacht prop company, Kiwi Feathering Propeller. Solas General Manager Steve Evans is proud to announce the long awaited new two and four blade ‘all composite’ feathering propeller. This prop has no metal, but is made from all composite materials with an adjustable pitch, and is the next generation of affordable yacht propellers.
If you’re into bluewater, light or heavy tackle or targeting species found on the continental shelf, then you will like the products Solas Australia has to offer at affordable prices at the show.
These products include the world’s famous Miya Epoch range of electric reels. A new model AD3 reel will also be available; this reel boasts twice the drag of a Tiagra in a TLD30 compact size and has and auto computer drag. And best of all you won’t see this reel in any tackle stores in Australia.
You no longer need to pay for big name brands for jig and spin rods as the new technology carbon wrap and Eglass rods will be available at a fraction of the price.
If you’re looking for quality terminal tackle from Japan or Korea, carbon wrap rods or want a reel but cannot afford a Daiwa Zillion then don’t miss the Solas propeller stand at the Brisbane Boat Show.
Mick and Caren Neville of Coorparoo Marine are once again proud to exhibit at this year’s Brisbane International Boat Show.
“We get excited around every Boat show because it gives us a change to display all our new releases and we also get to do our favourite thing, which is talking boats and fishing,” they said.
This year Coorparoo Marine are releasing two new models: the new Thundercat and the Wrangler, as well as their own Phatcat series of upgraded sportfishing craft from Blue Fin – very exciting stuff.
The team have worked hard to get these boats right for anglers, which is especially reflected in the Phatcat series. Coorparoo marine work by the theory that if they can get the boat right (and there are lots of little things to get right) then you are half way to catching come great fish, the rest is up to the individual fisher.
Also in the line up will be Mclay Plate Alloy Boats, which have made a great impact since the Tinne and Tackle Show. It just goes to show that quality at the best price means a great deal to Coorparoo Marine customers. With constant feedback and referrals from their loyal customer base, all of the team at Coorparoo Marine are convinced they have the formula correct. It comes down to knowledge, experience and fantastic customer service.
So remember: don’t buy a boat until you have seen Theo at the Coorparoo Marine stand at the Brisbane Boat Show. You will be glad you did.
Australian Master Marine will again be exhibiting one of their custom plate boats at this year’s Brisbane Boat Show.
Australian Master Marine are one of the longest established manufacturers of plate aluminium boats in the country. As a family business with 16 years experience they have established an enviable reputation for quality workmanship and a magnificent fit and finish.
The 6mm plate bottom and 4mm plate side, 20º dead rise hull is one of those blue water hulls that just works. All Australian Master Marine boats have a self-draining cockpit and an incredibly soft, dry ride with exceptional stability at rest.
Whether you are in the market for a fully kitted out fishing boat or a live aboard style cruiser Australian Master Marine have the boat for you, so come and see them at the 2009 Brisbane Boat Show.
This year at the Brisbane International Boat Show Cunningham’s Marine will be displaying a range of excellent water craft.
The new Mate range from Allycraft is available now at Cunningham’s Marine. This new range is terrific value for money complete with the competitive price tag.
Cunningham’s Marine also proudly stock boats from Nobel Boats, Brooker, Strippers, Glastron and Polycraft, as well as other great second hand boats and luxury catamarans from Manta and Fountaine Pajot.
To power these fantastic boats Cunningham’s Marine stock respectable and reliable outboards from Suzuki, Mariner, Mercury and Motorguide.
They will be displaying a selection of these fantastic boats at the Brisbane Boat Show, so come and see the Cunningham’s Marine stand, have a chat and get a great deal on a new boat.
Thursday 27 August - Sunday 30 August 2009
Thursday and Friday: 10.00am - 9.00pm
Saturday 10.00am - 8.00pm
Sunday 10.00am - 5.00pm
Adult 1 Day Pass $16
Adult 2 Day Pass $24
Children Under 15 FREE (with an accompanying adult)
Exhibitor List (as at 14/7/09)
|Company||BS Stand Number|
|Active Water Sports||130|
|Allstate Boat Licensing & Training||329|
|Australian Marine Centre||250|
|Australian Master Marine||468|
|Bias Boating Warehouse||246|
|Big Al's Bait and Tackle||TBC|
|Boat Names Australia||559|
|Brisbane Jet Skis||400|
|Brisbane Skiboat Centre||368 & 364|
|Broadwater Boating Centre||149|
|Bush 'N Beach Fishing Magazine||TBC|
|Classique Ski Boats / Bendigo Ski Boat Centre||424|
|Coast Guard Brisbane||323|
|Coast Guard Redcliffe||213|
|Freshwater Fishing & Stocking Assoc. of Qld||TBC|
|Gold Coast City Marina||336|
|Hobie Cat Australasia||271|
|John Crawford Marine||433|
|Lifestyle Boats Qld||131|
|Logan River Marine||260|
|Malibu (Boats) Queensland||460|
|Marine Queensland Finance||TBC|
|Maritime Safety Queensland||216|
|Meridien Marinas Horizon Shores||365|
|Muir Winches Australia||426|
|Northside Marine Chandlery||300 & 325|
|Queensland Bowel Cancer Screening Program||406|
|Queensland Fishing Monthly||TBC|
|Queensland Marine Centre||450|
|Queensland Parks & Wildlife||510|
|Queensland Ski Boat Sales||550|
|Queensland Yacht Charters||155|
|Rae-Line Boat Seats||370|
|Ranger Tugs Australia & New Zealand||400|
|Stones Corner Marine||135|
|Stress Free Marine||155|
|Sun 2 Sea Uv Protection||579|
|Surf Life Saving Foundation||590|
|The Haines Group||290,332 & 350|
|The Jetty Specialist||402|
|White Water Marine||334|
|Yamaha Motor Australia||140|
|Yamaha Motor Finance||137|
|Yamaha Wave Runners||434|
2009 Fishing Expo Line-up
Thursday 27 August 2009
|10:30||Yamaha Supertank lure fishing||Brett Thomson|
|11:15||Fishing the Gold Coast estuaries and Broadwater||Wayne Young|
|12:00||Setting up kayaks for fishing||Garry Fitzgerald|
|12:45||Outboard home maintenance and care||Yamaha/Gary Howard|
|1:15||Using lures in estuaries||Shannon Watson|
|2:00||Light gear surf fishing||Wayne Young|
|2:45||Using your sounder to make better lure choices||Tim Morgan|
|3:30||Light line fishing for mangrove jack||Simon Goldsmith|
|4:15||Outboard home maintenance and care||Yamaha/Gary Howard|
|4:45||Coral Sea lure and popper fishing||Duncan O’Connell|
|5:30||Offshore shallows success||Jason Comino|
|6:15||Light jigging south east Qld’s offshore reefs||Duncan O’Connell|
|7:00||Yamaha Supertank lure fishing||Brett Thomson|
|7:45||Crossing coastal bars||Bill Corten|
Friday 28 August 2009
|10:30||Yamaha Supertank lure fishing||Brett Thomson|
|11:15||Improving your catch in the Logan River||Dave Downie|
|12:00||Stealth fishing with kayaks||Garry Fitzgerald|
|12:45||Outboard home maintenance and care||Yamaha/Gary Howard|
|1:15||Secret Jumpinpin fishing spots||Dave Downie|
|2:00||Spring time hard body lure techniques in SEQ estuaries||Nigel Webster|
|2:45||Weigh in-Brisbane International Boat Show Bream Classic||Bill Corten/Simon Goldsmith|
|3:30||Beginner and advanced tips for soft plastics fishing||Jason Ehrlich|
|4:15||Outboard home maintenance and care||Yamaha/Gary Howard|
|4:45||Moreton Bay cobia fishing||Gordon Macdonald|
|5:30||Lure fishing for pelagic species||Nigel Webster|
|6:15||Yamaha Supertank lure fishing||Brett Thomson|
|7:00||Deepwater plastics fishing||Gordon Macdonald|
|7:45||Fishing offshore waters in South Australia||Kord Luckus|
Saturday 29 August 2009
10:00-7:30Tackle, lures & techniques for salt and freshwater speciesJason Ehrlich/Jason Medcalf
Sunday 30 August 2009
|10:00-5:00||Tackle, lures & techniques for salt and freshwater species||Jason Ehrlich|
|10:00-5:00||Tackle, rigs, baits and techniques for estuary and reef fish||Brian Webb|