Sea Angler Magazine

There’s a new look for the UK’s number one sea fishing magazine this month.

Sea Angler is the leading magazine for sea fishing news, tackle, tactics and marks to fish. If you’re a beach or boat angler thirsty for news, fishing stories, tackle tests, where to fish guides, and tips from the experts, then look no further! Sea Angler magazine gives you everything you need to catch fish!

Here’s a look at what’s on offer inside issue 468, courtesy of the ‘Contents’ page:

FEATURES
Sea Angler MagazineWalking The Line
Bristol angler Jansen Teakle ‘walks’ his line 400 yards across Somerset’s Berrow beach.

“You Cannot Be Serious”
Even when the tides are wrong, Sea Angler’s staff writer Paul Fenech wants an excursion to the Lincolnshire coast to join some friends for a social session, but will it pay off?

Challenges Of The Fossil Forest
Chris Clark sets off on a wrasse and pollack expedition to Dorset’s Fossil Forest.

Interesting Times Ahead
Find out how the new Inshore Fishery and Conservation Authorities and the DEFRA-funded Sea Angling 2012 project could help shape the face of sea angling.

At Your Service For 30 Years

In 1981, Andy Rutherford, aged only 16, opened a tackle shop in Sunderland and he is now celebrating its 30th anniversary. Paul Fenech takes up the story.

SKILLS
Lighten The Load
Lugging heaps of tackle along the shingle can be a real pain, so Paul Fenech suggests it is better to take only what you need and he tells you how to tie a single hook clipped rig.

Those Hazy, Lazy Days Of Summer
High summer can mean flat calm seas and little obvious activity, but by changing tactics and fishing at all depths you can have some fun sport with surprisingly muscular fish.

The Bimini Twist
It is a tough knot to crack, but the Bimini is the strongest leader joint you can tie.

The Secret’s Out!
Here, Sea Angler lift the lid on one of rock fishing’s biggest secrets – edible peeler crabs.

   
TACKLE
Tackle Shop

Your shop window on what’s new and useful from all the leading tackle companies.

Half Price Bass Outfits

Here are two tackle offers you cannot afford to miss. Both show 50 percent savings and include everything you need to get started.

Forget The Antiques Road Show

Alan Yates reckons the 14ft TF Gear Delta beachcaster is the best rod he has ever been involved in producing. Here he explains why.

It Has To Be Daiwa
Paul Fenech gives his opinion of the Sand Storm, Long Beam X surf rods and CrossCast-S fixed spool reel.

COMPETITIONS
Penn Sea League
Match points are starting to stack up on the league. Where’s your name on the leaderboard?

Penn Clubman
This is the fun fishing league for clubs and individuals where mates really find out who is the better angler.

Shimano Mission
The country’s favourite sea  catch competition. Enter and you get a species badge and you could win a superb tackle prize.


FISHING PLACES

Coastalfile
Your around the coast guide to the best sea fishing marks this month.

Mini Marks
Snapshot overviews of a handful of shore marks worth trying now.

REGULARS

National News
Shore And Boat Events
Mailbox
Trading Post
Young Rods
Worldwide Action
Tide Tables

Sea Angler also contains two extra sections: Boat Angler and Bass Angler. Here’s a look at what you’ll find in those sections:

BOAT ANGLER

Sidewinders – New Lures On The Block
Working a lure around a wreck is guaranteed to trigger an adrenaline rush, so you might like to learn how cod like rhubarb and custard.

Win A Pack Of Sharp Operators
Sea Angler have £50 packs of Yokozuna lures, distributed by Tronixpro, to give away. They can be used from shore or boat for all predators.

Take A Look In The Boat Tackle Shop
A mixed bundle this month, including a new Okuma reel, Maver boat bag, Varivas lines and a new boat from Storm Cat.

Praise For New Greys Advent Rods
The AlyKat crew tests some new quality rods from Greys and report they do what they say on the can at a price everyone can afford.

In Clover With A Shamrock Rig
Rigs and terminal gear made by Irish company Shamrock Tackle are set to make their mark on the British boat angling scene. Boat Angler talks to director Martin Kennedy.

Want To Sneak Up On The Fish? Then Get This Boat!
Not everyone has a wad of cash to spend on a fishing boat, which makes the Lindar Sportsman 400 so attractive at just £3,000. Boat Angler’s tester Dave Lewis reports.

Shiny New Sinkers
Running out of boat leads? Then how about cutting costs by making your own? Boat Angler shows you how.


BASS ANGLER

Featherweights With A Powerful Punch
Henry Gilbey reports on how Century Composites has launched a range of inspiring HPR rods.

Spinning Around
Choosing a reliable spinning reel costing under £100 can be a headache, so Bass Angler helps make your decision easier.

What All Anglers Dream Of!
Cornwall’s largest angling centre is an Aladdin’s cave overflowing with tackle for sea, game, coarse, carp and especially bass anglers.

Bass Gallery
A round-up of some of the best bass catches taken in recent weeks with a Plus Fishing prize for the best fish or story.

Irish Catchlines
John Quinlan updates us on how the bass season opened in Ireland.

Are Odds In Your Favour?
How the tide, lunar cycles and time of first light will boost your catches.

The ‘Secret’ Slandra
Mike Ladle’s weed-beating lure.

There’s a lot crammed into Sea Angler, as you can see, and it’s excellent value at just £3.45. You can pick up the latest copy from all good newsagents and supermarkets. However, why not check out some of the ONLINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS, as you can often save some money AND bag a free gift?

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