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Western Angler Magazine AprMay 2017 Back Issue

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The April-May 2017 edition of WA's only fishing magazine, Western Angler, is now available and the main focus is on the annual salmon run.
There's a fantastic feature on the best ways to catch salmon in the South-West, backed by tips from our writers on how to make the most of salmon season and the fishing opportunities it offers.
It's not all about salmon though, and Dick Pasfield is back with a look at the new and burgeoning fishery for barramundi in Lake Kununurra, which has been restocked and is starting to produce trophy fish.
Scott Coghlan looks at what the south coast has to offer bream fishers chasing trophies, and Stephen Davey sheds light on metro inshore gems.
Jamie Chester takes a light-hearted look at a trip to Shark Bay for a fishing competition.
As always, there is heaps of information in the regular columns, including a look at shore fishing around Wedge Island and summer squid fishing, tips for chasing GTs and spaniards around Exmouth and an insight into metro kayak fishing for salmon.
Back Lash considers metro dhufish sizes and the Electronic Angler looks at what NMEA connectivity means for fishos.
All subscribers go into the draw to win a fantastic prize from Engel.
There's some great drone footage of salmon in the Emag as well!
Established in 1985, Western Angler is the benchmark for regional fishing magazines in Australia
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Western Angler

AprMay 2017 The April-May 2017 edition of WA's only fishing magazine, Western Angler, is now available and the main focus is on the annual salmon run. There's a fantastic feature on the best ways to catch salmon in the South-West, backed by tips from our writers on how to make the most of salmon season and the fishing opportunities it offers. It's not all about salmon though, and Dick Pasfield is back with a look at the new and burgeoning fishery for barramundi in Lake Kununurra, which has been restocked and is starting to produce trophy fish. Scott Coghlan looks at what the south coast has to offer bream fishers chasing trophies, and Stephen Davey sheds light on metro inshore gems. Jamie Chester takes a light-hearted look at a trip to Shark Bay for a fishing competition. As always, there is heaps of information in the regular columns, including a look at shore fishing around Wedge Island and summer squid fishing, tips for chasing GTs and spaniards around Exmouth and an insight into metro kayak fishing for salmon. Back Lash considers metro dhufish sizes and the Electronic Angler looks at what NMEA connectivity means for fishos. All subscribers go into the draw to win a fantastic prize from Engel. There's some great drone footage of salmon in the Emag as well! Established in 1985, Western Angler is the benchmark for regional fishing magazines in Australia


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The April-May 2017 edition of WA's only fishing magazine, Western Angler, is now available and the main focus is on the annual salmon run.
There's a fantastic feature on the best ways to catch salmon in the South-West, backed by tips from our writers on how to make the most of salmon season and the fishing opportunities it offers.
It's not all about salmon though, and Dick Pasfield is back with a look at the new and burgeoning fishery for barramundi in Lake Kununurra, which has been restocked and is starting to produce trophy fish.
Scott Coghlan looks at what the south coast has to offer bream fishers chasing trophies, and Stephen Davey sheds light on metro inshore gems.
Jamie Chester takes a light-hearted look at a trip to Shark Bay for a fishing competition.
As always, there is heaps of information in the regular columns, including a look at shore fishing around Wedge Island and summer squid fishing, tips for chasing GTs and spaniards around Exmouth and an insight into metro kayak fishing for salmon.
Back Lash considers metro dhufish sizes and the Electronic Angler looks at what NMEA connectivity means for fishos.
All subscribers go into the draw to win a fantastic prize from Engel.
There's some great drone footage of salmon in the Emag as well!
Established in 1985, Western Angler is the benchmark for regional fishing magazines in Australia
read more read less
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.

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