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If you like fishing from the beach, boat, pier or rocks, then you’ve probably read a copy or two of Sea Angler magazine in your time. Sea Angler is the leading magazine for sea fishing news, tackle, tactics and marks to fish.

And if you bought it this month, you’d also have been pleased to find a free ‘Alan Yates & Matt Hayes’ DVD enclosed. Happy days!

Here’s a look at what’s in issue 466, courtesy of the ‘Contents’ page:

FEATURES
King Ragworm Reigns Over St David’s

This is wrasse fishing at its very best. Martin and Sandra Thompson head for Pembrokeshire’s rocky coast to catch the bold ballans.

Bohemia Rhapsody
England shore match angler George Smith heads to Bohemia Point at Sutton-On-Sea, Lincolnshire, to find out what’s feeding after a hard winter.

Laws And Logic Of Shockleaders
Confusion still reigns over why shore anglers must cast with high strength leaders, but you have to ask this question: “Would you like a 5oz lead heading your way at 100mph because a line had parted?”. Chris Clark lays down the law.

Mullet Make My Day
With bad weather beating everyone up, Irish fisheries expert Mike Hennessey takes us to Rosscarbery lagoon where you can see the mullet ghosting under the swans. Will they feed?

Sea Angler MagazineSKILLS
Basic Beach Fishing

If you’re a first-time shore angler and tackle, rigs and bait leave you confused, Sea Angler’s new series is just for you. They kick off with Paul Fenech showing you how to tie the most commonly used rig on the beach – the two-hook flapper.

Must-Have Accessories
Do you carry too much gear in your tackle box or are you a skinny rucksack minimalist? Alan Yates spells out what you should and shouldn’t take with you to the beach.

Are You Sitting Comfortably?
What’s better – a tackle box or a rucksack? Alan Yates favours the Shakespeare Beta box fitted with a Breakaway carry frame/seat back combination. Sea Angler show you how to fit out your box for the long haul.

Silver Flashing Sandeels
How many sea anglers fish with sandeels? Not a lot, say Alan Yates, but during the summer they are better than lugworms for many larger species. Here’s how to collect and fish them with deadly effect.

TACKLE
Tackle Shop

Sea Angler’s shop window on what’s new and worth buying.

Now You Can ‘Outcast’ Everyone!
A revolutionary new sinker is launched, but will it fly farther than the rest? Paul Fenech talks to the inventor of the new Outcast lead.

What A Team!
Combo rod and reel deals offer amazing value for money and none better than the Sonik NCT 5oz beach rod matched with an Akios 656CTM CT Mag reel.

Special Tackle Offers

Save over £100 on Sea Angler’s rod, reel and line offer. You get a Shakespeare Salt Surf beach rod, Penn Pursuit fixed-spool and 300m of line for £79.99.

Five Special TFGear Tackle Deals

You can save money on these rod and reels, and exclusive combo deals.

FISHING PLACES
Coastalfile
Marks worth fishing over the coming weeks.

Mini Fishing Marks
Snapshot views of some top places to fish.

COMPETITIONS
Penn Sea League
How are you faring in the nation’s most hotly contested shore competition?

Enter The Clubman
Your chance to take part in the forthcoming Penn Clubman League. Don’t miss out.

Win £1,000 Of Hart Tackle
One lucky reader is going to win a shedload of tackle.

Win A Grauvell Teknos Surf Z4500 Rod Worth £299
Sea Angler have two rods to give away – you could win one by entering this free-to-enter competition. Are you feeling lucky?

Shimano Mission
This is the country’s favourite sea catch competition. Find out what’s being caught.


REGULARS
National News
Shore And Boat Events
Trading Post
Mailbox
Young Rods

Sea Angler also contains sections entitled ‘Boat Angler’ and ‘Bass Angler’ so it really does tick all the boxes!

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