A neat capture on 120cm was the first mental reward for one masterclass angler working toward consistency on big fish. Spending the time to learn about their habits in the seminar then spending time in the field observing their behavioural changes helped lead to strikes from a number of large fish. (casting lures) Being alert to all the environmental changes and knowing what to do with them allowed the anglers to adjust to suit. It’s the tiny, yet purposeful adjustments that see anglers hooking big fish rather than going home empty handed.
A metre-long barra has always been an Australian standard goal for anglers, yet the masterclass system takes anglers to a new world, where 120cm barra can be nutted out through a simple understanding and 90% of the equation done from home. Fish knowledge is a powerful tool.
Currently, masterclass anglers are in the middle of another competition, with 10 days left this month to qualify for a final round to be held in April. These competitions bring out the best in anglers, sharpening their level of thinking in order to become more efficient at the task of barramundi fishing.
Our next saltwater barramundi training seminar occurs in Gladstone on the 22nd and 23rd April 2017. Half the seats have sold already, jump in quick if you’re keen to dial in to this effective fishing system that has been labelled as “flawless” by some masterclass fisherman.