Published on Oct. 18, 2010
Mulloway - or jewfish as they are commonly known on the east coast of Australia - are highly prized among anglers. It is surprising then to find out that very few anglers have caught these wonderful fish, and fewer still catch them regularly. Here Steve Starling recommends two important things to enhance your chances. One is to pay very close attention to what the tide is doing, and secondly not to release the fish back into the water where you are fishing - but rather to release the fish well away from its school. These simple rules will stand you in good stead when you are next on the water.