Usually when it comes to targeting large Spanish mackerel, giant trevally, tunas and other pelagic speedsters we’re fishing inshore and offshore reefs from a boat, or perhaps from rocks and cliffs that give access to deep water. But a unique opportunity exists on the Western Australian coastline between Geraldton and Exmouth to target large pelagic species from the beaches! Ben Svenson has been honing his skills on these fish for the past 12 months with plenty of success and shares his learnings in todays ALF interview.
Every time I interview Steve Riley about fishing the Exmouth area I get blown away by the opportunities on offer, but I think this interview could be my favourite so far. Steve spills the beans on five land-based fishing spots that are available to visiting anglers during spring. In the course of the conversation we cover everything from bream and whiting to tuna, reef species and pelagics including monster GT from the beach. What a destination!
Shark Bay has some extraordinary opportunities that will turn everything you thought you knew about snapper fishing on its head!
Slow pitch jigging for WA Dhufish is a relatively new form of the sport and Tyrone Yahiya is right at the forefront of developing the techniques for catching dhuies on this style of lure.
Cobia are a tough species to find from a boat, let alone the shore. Goshie explains his strategies for consistently catching one of the more challenging LGB species.
Soft vibration baits are a versatile and deadly lure for targeting barramundi – but you have to know how to use them. In this episode, gun angler David Green gives some pro-tips for vibing barra.