The Feburary and March 2018 edition of WA's only fishing magazine, Western Angler, is out now and it's got plenty of essential reading on fishing around WA andbeyond.
On the cover is Robbie Riches with a fine metro pinkie and inside Chris Dixon Chris headed out to the islands off Carnarvon with Top Gun Charters and a plan to try some light jigging.
Also The WAngler project boat’s new Minn Kota Terrova has come in very useful for chasing king george whiting, enabling simple positioning where the fish are.
As always there are plenty of regular columns, with a look at why Tackle shops are an important part of the fabric of recreational fishing in WA.
There’s much more, including the junior angler rized catches, while all subscribers go into the draw to win a fantastic premium prize pack from HOOK EM!
Established in 1985, Western Angler is the benchmark for regional fishing magazines in Australia.
By Chris Dixon
Chris headed out to the islands off Carnarvon with Top Gun Charters and a plan to try some light jigging, but he soon found it was a steep learning curve.
PERTH’S SNAPPER RICHES
By Robbie Riches
The snapper fishing in Perth just seems to get better and better every year, with more and bigger fish being caught. Robbie offers his tips for getting into this fantastic fishery.
FASCINATED BY FLY
By Glenn Edwards
Fly fishers in WA are a dedicated breed, willing to challenge their skills in some of the windiest locations you could imagine on some of the toughest fish you could imagine. Glenn considers the appeal of this style of fishing.
ALANNA’S WESTERN ADVENTURE
By Alanna Hubbard
Having moved from Tasmania to WA in a bid to broaden her angling horizons, Alanna has fallen in love with WA fishing.
LOCKING ONTO WHITING
By Scott Coghlan
The WAngler project boat’s new Minn Kota Terrova has come in very useful for chasing king george whiting, enabling simple positioning where the fish are.
Tackle shops are an important part of the fabric of recreational fishing in WA.
Smithy looks at what line diameter means for shore fishers.
TACKLE AND TACTICS
Fishing on a live-aboard charter to the Montes enabled Ando to take a close look at how the pros do it.
Overnighters on the beach might be a thing of the past for Bomma, but he still loves a night fish from the sand.
Hitch looks back at another successful Seafari to the Mackerel Islands.
A trip to WA to assist with tagging for research left Al in awe of the Cockburn Sound snapper fishery.
Josh believes it’s a great time of the year to be fishing around Exmouth and has tips for making the most of it.
Paul considers his favourite WA destinations for a kayak fishing trip.
Luke never thought he’d become addicted to autopilot, but that is what’s happened.
It’s a great time of the year for young anglers to explore the metro rivers, with some prized catches on offer.
Collecting fossilised shark teeth is just one of Jamie’s many passions and the quest shares some similarities with fishing.