Oct / Nov
The October - November 2017 edition of WA's only fishing magazine, Western Angler, is out now and it’s the definitive source of WA fishing information. It's once again packed with great articles on fishing in Western Australia.
Plus two lucky readers could win a Halco Tackle Pack simply by subscribing to Western Angler.
BLOOPING FOR BARRA
By Andrew McNaboe
Pilbara local Andrew looks at how fishing surface lures can be dynamite for barra over the coming months. It’s effective and entertaining!
SHORE TROPHIES PART II
By Tim Lee
Tim examines the tactics and tackle needed to subdue gamefish from the WA rocks. A must-read for anyone keen to try this style of fishing.
By Scott Coghlan
Scott received an invitation to try out a new fishing camp in the Kimberley and was blown away by the sight fishing opportunities it provided, not to mention the comfort of camp at Kuri Bay.
BUNBURY BEACH BONANZA
By Craig Racco
There are some great shore-based fishing opportunities around Bunbury if you know what you are looking for, especially over the warmer months. Craig offers his tips for success.
By Alesandro Daniele
Alesandro gives the WAngler project boat its maiden beach launch and it passes the test with flying colours.
Gut feel and technology can both play a part in fishing success, but which offers the greatest satisfaction?
Smithy has been visiting Dirk Hartog Island for the best part of a decade and has learnt a lot.
TACKLE AND TACTICS
Ando is very pleased with his new inshore combo.
Al looks at the basics of fighting big fish.
It’s back to a Cruiser for Bomma after a few years with a Jeep.
The demersal closure is upon us but there are plenty of other options.
It’s the time of year for sailfish in Exmouth Gulf and Josh is an expert on catching them.
Spring has sprung and that’s freshwater season for Tuckers.
There are three main types of marine radios available but which is best for recreational skippers.
Curtis attempted to put theory into practice when chasing billfish off Exmouth.
Jamie pens an open letter to the Fisheries Minister, calling on him to leave a significant legacy for recreational fishing in WA.