SOUTH COAST SHORE KGS
By Fabio Varrone
Fab is a shore fishing specialist and has proven that great king george whiting can be caught without the need for a boat. He has some timely tips for south coast success on one of our most popular species.
POPPING PEEL WHITING
By Joff Weston
The Peel-Harvey yellowfin whiting fishery just continues to gain followers and the next couple of months are prime time. Joff reveals his top tips for targeting Mandurah yellowfin.
BACK TO THE MACKS
By Scott Coghlan
Western Angler returned to the Mackerel Islands last year for the first Seafari since 2012. Awesome weather and spectacular pelagic fishing made for a marvellous week. Scott looks back at the highlights as we prepare for the 2017 instalment.
By Glenn Edwards
Glenn’s first trip to Peter Tucker’s famous Freshwater Cove fishing camp certainly didn’t disappoint, with the best of Kimberley fishing out of a superb home base.
BACK COUNTRY BONES
By Scott Coghlan
The Travelling Angler returns to the Pacific to chase bonefish at Kiritimati, where normally dry flats offered some special fly fishing opportunities.
Another year has passed and there were some notable angling highlights for the Editorial Coghlan.
Smithy looks at the key factors which determine whether shore fishing is worth attempting on a given day.
TACKLE AND TACTICS
There are a couple of clever and locally-designed tools which are great aids to successfully releasing fish.
Net-free zones are proving a great recreational fishing success in Queensland and Al hopes the idea expands across the country.
Many 4WD owners barely give shock absorbers a second thought, but they can be an important after-market upgrade.
As he turns Grey Nomad, Hitch has found the perfect boat loading solution for his adventures.
It was another big year for Josh, with some memorable moments.
They are hardly a glamour species, but redfin can still be a lot of fun to catch.
The importance of preparation was brought home to Micah when he chased big marlin off Cairns.
The right transducer is critical for a fishing boat and Luke looks at the different types available.
Curtis looks at how he turned his old tinnie into a bream boat.
Jamie considers the vexed issue of minimum size limits, where everything is not always as it seems.