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Western Angler Magazine Feb-Mar2019 Back Issue

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3 Reviews   •  English   •   Sport (Fishing & Angling)
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Western Angler's 202nd edition for February-March 2019 is full of informative fishing reading from the best anglers around WA.
Technology continues to play a bigger and bigger part in fishing success and Ben Knaggs explains why a GPS electric motor is a must-have for serious fishos these days.
Young Max Samson reveals just how good the inshore fishing can be for small boat owners by looking at some of the species he gets close to home.
Scott Coghlan looks back at another superb trip to the Mackerel Islands, with plenty of fish, some great company and good weather!
Jamie Chester heads to Carnarvon to sample the Carnarfin experience, competing in the town’s popular annual offshore fishing competition.
New writer Peter Hill enthuses about a new weekend at Cheynes Beach dedicated to salmon fishing, which coincided with some spectacular action at the salmon arrived right on cue.
As always, the regular columnists offer plenty to digest.
John Bormolini looks at late summer tailor, Paul Tuckwell offers his thoughts on the access advantage of kayaks, Al McGlashan samples the Montes and Peter Anderton details a potential bonefish fishery in the Mid-West.
Darryl Hitchen casts an eye over his new boat, Tim Farnell looks at rod selection and Luke Chivers explains the importance of fuel management for boaters.
Jamie Chester tackles the Outer Harbour issue and the Editorial Coghlan samples urban US bass fishing, and ponders what similar opportunities are going begging locally.
We catch up on what's happening in the tournament bream scene with Shane Owens and Dale Sniffen has another great recipe.
All subscribers go into the draw to win a Sunline pack from EJ Todd.
Established in 1985, Western Angler is the benchmark for regional fishing magazines in Australia.
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Feb-Mar2019 Western Angler's 202nd edition for February-March 2019 is full of informative fishing reading from the best anglers around WA. Technology continues to play a bigger and bigger part in fishing success and Ben Knaggs explains why a GPS electric motor is a must-have for serious fishos these days. Young Max Samson reveals just how good the inshore fishing can be for small boat owners by looking at some of the species he gets close to home. Scott Coghlan looks back at another superb trip to the Mackerel Islands, with plenty of fish, some great company and good weather! Jamie Chester heads to Carnarvon to sample the Carnarfin experience, competing in the town’s popular annual offshore fishing competition. New writer Peter Hill enthuses about a new weekend at Cheynes Beach dedicated to salmon fishing, which coincided with some spectacular action at the salmon arrived right on cue. As always, the regular columnists offer plenty to digest. John Bormolini looks at late summer tailor, Paul Tuckwell offers his thoughts on the access advantage of kayaks, Al McGlashan samples the Montes and Peter Anderton details a potential bonefish fishery in the Mid-West. Darryl Hitchen casts an eye over his new boat, Tim Farnell looks at rod selection and Luke Chivers explains the importance of fuel management for boaters. Jamie Chester tackles the Outer Harbour issue and the Editorial Coghlan samples urban US bass fishing, and ponders what similar opportunities are going begging locally. We catch up on what's happening in the tournament bream scene with Shane Owens and Dale Sniffen has another great recipe. All subscribers go into the draw to win a Sunline pack from EJ Todd. Established in 1985, Western Angler is the benchmark for regional fishing magazines in Australia.


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Western Angler's 202nd edition for February-March 2019 is full of informative fishing reading from the best anglers around WA.
Technology continues to play a bigger and bigger part in fishing success and Ben Knaggs explains why a GPS electric motor is a must-have for serious fishos these days.
Young Max Samson reveals just how good the inshore fishing can be for small boat owners by looking at some of the species he gets close to home.
Scott Coghlan looks back at another superb trip to the Mackerel Islands, with plenty of fish, some great company and good weather!
Jamie Chester heads to Carnarvon to sample the Carnarfin experience, competing in the town’s popular annual offshore fishing competition.
New writer Peter Hill enthuses about a new weekend at Cheynes Beach dedicated to salmon fishing, which coincided with some spectacular action at the salmon arrived right on cue.
As always, the regular columnists offer plenty to digest.
John Bormolini looks at late summer tailor, Paul Tuckwell offers his thoughts on the access advantage of kayaks, Al McGlashan samples the Montes and Peter Anderton details a potential bonefish fishery in the Mid-West.
Darryl Hitchen casts an eye over his new boat, Tim Farnell looks at rod selection and Luke Chivers explains the importance of fuel management for boaters.
Jamie Chester tackles the Outer Harbour issue and the Editorial Coghlan samples urban US bass fishing, and ponders what similar opportunities are going begging locally.
We catch up on what's happening in the tournament bream scene with Shane Owens and Dale Sniffen has another great recipe.
All subscribers go into the draw to win a Sunline pack from EJ Todd.
Established in 1985, Western Angler is the benchmark for regional fishing magazines in Australia.
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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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