2021 Autumn Magazine - Printed


Overview

The voice of Western Australian fishing since 1985. In the Autumn 2021 Issue, SCOTT COGHLAN reports that colourful cricketer Brad Hogg was the special guest as the Mackerel Islands turned it on again for last year’s Western Angler Seafari;

ZACH RELPH of Recfishwest looks at what anglers have to look forward to during the annual salmon run; RAY ‘REV’ WALKER reveals how bustling blue groper can be taken from the shore between the capes;

ALEX BURGOYNE visits the one tropical destination that’s been open to WA visitors during the pandemic and finds incredible fishing for bones and GTs; and much more...


Established in 1985, Western Angler is Western Australia’s longest running and best fishing magazine. It contains features and columns on everything fishing from WA and beyond. With the very best fishing tactics, tips, stories and techniques. Expert boat and gear reviews, stunning fishing photography and some of Australia’s best fishing writers.

Major Features

THE MACKIES DELIVER AGAIN

SCOTT COGHLAN reports that colourful cricketer Brad Hogg was the special guest as the Mackerel Islands turned it on again for last year’s Western Angler Seafari.

AWESOME AUTUMN OF SALMON

ZACH RELPH of Recfishwest looks at what anglers have to look forward to during the annual salmon run.

SLAMMIN’ SALMON

SCOTT COGHLAN has some suggestions for anyone keen to catch a tagged salmon and win thousands in cash in the Salmon Slam.

RAY’S CAPE BLUES

RAY ‘REV’ WALKER reveals how bustling blue groper can be taken from the shore between the capes.

A BONE TO PICK WITH COCOS ISLANDS

ALEX BURGOYNE visits the one tropical destination that’s been open to WA visitors during the pandemic and finds incredible fishing for bones and GTs.

THE MONTES IN KAYAK STYLE

CURTIS WATERMAN puts his kayaking skills to the test on a Monte Bellos adventure with a difference with Blue Lightning Charters.

HELL HATH NO FURY LIKE NEW 282

BARRY WISEMAN reports on an innovative build from Fury Custom Boats.




Columns

EDITORIAL

The draft management plan for the Buccaneer Archipelago should have anglers across WA worried.

TACKLE MATT

Some new squid jigs from Shimano have won Matt’s heart.

TACKLE AND TACTICS

Ando put some new gear to the test and was very impressed with the results.

SHORE ANGLES

A quad bike is a great way to open up more options for beach fishers.

HALF HITCH

Darryl is worried that the shark problem in the north is moving steadily south.

OFFROAD ANGLER

Portable power is an important issue for anglers who like to go remote for extended periods and Bomma got his hands on a fantastic option.

ADVENTURE MUM

Emma says the lap of Australia is something every fishing family should consider.

Columns

BOATING ANGLER

The Nite Track system offers extra safety for boaters and potentially means much more time spent on the water.

MAKING WAVES

Barry catches up with Brian Marshall from Compleat Angler Nedlands.

WHAT’S COOKING

Dale offers his take on a classic recipe for crayfish.

JUNIOR ANGLER

Tim and his kids plan to do more freshwater fishing after a quick visit to Pemberton.

JUST ADD WATER

Getting a surprise dhu past a pack of hungry sharks at Jurien Bay got Curtis thinking.

BACKLASH

Jamie and his mates were starting to think metro mackerel were a myth, until one special morning last autumn.

Regulars

UNDERCURRENTS

ANGLER PROFILE

WHAT’S NEW

TOP GEAR

NAUTICAL NEWS

JUNIOR COMPETITION

SUBSCRIPTIONS

READERS PHOTOS


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