Hervey Bay fisherman Scott Bradley caught this marlin near Fraser Island.
Hervey Bay fisherman Scott Bradley caught this marlin near Fraser Island. Contributed

Hervey Bay anglers contributing to online fishing magazine

THE Fraser Cost features prominently in a new nationwide interactive fishing website launched last month.

Contributor-based online magazine Kaydo Fishing World, which was launched last month, boasts two well-known local anglers on its team - Hervey Bay blue water specialist Scott Bradley and up-and-coming fishing young gun Dane Radosevic.

A local since moving to Hervey Bay as a teenager, Mr Bradley bought his first boat at the age of 19 and started to explore the fish-rich waters adjacent to Fraser Island.

"At age 20, I caught my first marlin just 500m off Fraser Island and I was hooked," he said.

Now 37-years-old, Mr Bradley maintains game fishing is his passion.

"I love it, but I'd also fish out of a bucket of water," he added.

First featuring in the fishing pages of the Fraser Coast Chronicle in 2010, 18-year-old Dane Radosevic is a born and bred local.

Bitten by the fishing bug as a two-year-old toddler, he has fished all of his life and is seen as a future fishing star.

A talented all-rounder, Mr Radosevic has competed in a number of tournaments including the highly-regarded Bass Nation Bass Pro events.

In 2013, his first year of competition, he won his division's grand final.

Since then he's continued the success with multiple top 10 and top five placings.

Thrilled to have been selected to write for the new Kaydo website, Mr Radosevic is excited to be able to share his knowledge with others while getting paid as a contributor. 

You can read Scott Bradley and Dane Radosevic's articles and see images of their Hervey Bay catches at www.kaydofishingworld.com.

Dane Radosevic with a monster Hervey Bay Queenfish.
Dane Radosevic with a monster Hervey Bay Queenfish. Contributed