This new release for 2010 contains fishing information on noth fresh & saltwater areas plus info on tactics, knots & rigs, gear, fish identification and a lure guide plus many handy hints!
Photographer David Anderson visits his favourite small streams in Australia and New Zealand with stories and pictures taken on fishing trips with fellow fly fishers.
Knowing the Basics Makes All The Difference When You Start to Play...Aussie Rules (Australian Rules Football) has an enormous base of fans all around Australia and the rest of the world. The vigorous, fast-paced, game demands fitness, ball-skills, team work, and strategic t... read more
The autobiography of a cycling legend. The much-anticipated autobiography of the greatest Australian cyclist of all time. Famous in the sport for his meticulous preparation and an athlete who prided himself on his ability to leave it all on the road, Evans writes about the triumph... read more
With more than 500 wonderful images in a quality hardback publication, Surfing in the Sixties is a must for baby boomers for fans of the sport or those who want to relive a fabulous era.
There are only 21 players alive who have kicked 100 goals in a season. These are golden moments in AFL football. These are players who by their skill created their own records and delighted the fans. Even today the idea of Buddy Franklin kicking ... read more
Former Australia captain Ian Chappell once said: 'An international coach is something the Australian team travels in around England.' It is a view that has plenty of subscribers. After all, by the time players reach first-class or certainly international level, surely they shouldn't need to be... read more
Peter Thomson won five golf Open Championships. He is only the third golfer to have won five or more, behind the great Harry Vardon who won six. It is a feat unlikely to be repeated in the modern era and puts him in the legendary league of Don Bradman, Rod Laver, Margaret Court... read more
Every year when Collingwood plays Essendon in the AFL's annual Anzac Day match, Collingwood president Eddie McGuire carries an old horseshoe into the team's changing rooms and passes it around. The players examine it as he relates the great footy club story behind it. It's ea... read more
"Victor Trumper (1877-1915) was our first internationally recognised cricketing genius, acclaimed by the legendary W.G Grace and others, who died at 36 in 1915. He has entered Australian sporting folklore and is still one of the great names in sport, with a stand named after h... read more
As a boy, James Button fell in love with the Geelong Football Club. It was a family affair. But as the years wore on and the defeats and disappointments mounted, it became clear to him: his team would never win a flag. This book tells the story of h... read more