Pink Snapper Double Headers

Using the new Vexed Bag Out Rig, we dropped on a productive little wreck and found that the pink snapper climbed all over it. Vexed are a WA company and if you hate tying rigs, this is a simple solution that works VERY effectively on almost anything. AFW have Bag Out Rigs available in their Fremantle store.

Nick Hocking with a Snapper

Jigging Snapper on Wrecks

There are loads of wrecks off Perth in 80-100m of water and almost all of them have Pink Snapper. Often, dropping baits on a school you see on the sounder, particularly on calm days, can be all pickers and Sgt Bakers but here, Nick will show you the benefits of drifting slightly away from the wreck to slow pitch jig

Skippy Underwater

PowerVision PowerRay

The PowerRay is an underwater ROV with 3 thrusters that can go to 30 metres and transmit the video back to your phone/tablet, while recording in 4K. It really does have the ability to show you EXACTLY what is under you but does it work in the real world? Here’s test number 1 … Nick uses the VR PowerRay from

Catching Big Tailor off Fremantle

Tailor off Fremantle

“What can you catch with a block of mulies and some ganged hooks?” Steve sets out one morning with Jurien from Alure Craft to show you how to target bigger tailor off Fremantle on baits. Tailor are opportunistic hunters and, around reefy systems with a lot of white-water such as you’ll see in the video below, the tailor actually swim

Nick Hocking with a Tailor

Jigpara Micro Jigging

Micro Jigging is a lot of fun, particularly around Perth with so many species to target, as you’ll see in this multi-part series. We grabbed some 10g and 15g Jigpara Micro jigs from Anglers Fishing World and put them to the test off Fremantle with amazing results – over 80 fish caught and released in 3 fishing hours including Skippy,

Fremantle Squid

Zen and the Art Of Squidding

ZEN AND THE ART OF SQUIDDING Catching Squid from the Rocks with Tony Thwin Tony shares with you his love of squidding and shows you which lures work well around Fremantle. Using aerial footage you can see the types of ground you’re looking for when chasing squid and Tony shows you the right way to work Shimano Clinch jigs for

Cockburn Sound Squid

Miggsy’s Squidding Tips

MIGGSY’S COCKBURN SOUND SQUIDDING TIPS The Human Fishing Machine called Miggsy and Greg were nice enough to let us come along on a squid hunting day in some pretty ordinary conditions. In Part 1, Miggs talks about what kind of ground he looks for, the importance of baitfish and how to dress like Cliff Young: In Part 2, Steve, Miggsy

Cockburn Sound Squid

Trolling for Squid

TROLLING FOR SQUID IN COCKBURN SOUND Sometimes, trolling for squid is the best way to find them if the going is tough. You cover more ground and if you use this technique, you shouldn’t even have to touch the rod until a squid jumps on. We also show you what a squid sees underwater. Find these jigs at Anglers Fishing

Squid caught with Yamashita Egi-Oh

Squid Videos

SQUID VIDEOS There are two main types of Squid in Western Australia – the Arrow and the Calamari and they are easy to tell apart. The Arrow Squid is a much smaller variety that can be distinguished by the prominent arrow tail. They school in large numbers and are easily netted for bait. They are predominantly a southern species. The

Cockburn Sound Squid

Big Squid from Cockburn Sound

  BIG SQUID FROM COCKBURN SOUND Nick shows you how his new Yamashita Ego Oh Live Jig nails the biggest squid he’s ever caught in this part of the sound. Anglers Fishing World has a wall of the best jigs if you need an upgrade, including this one, along with staff who are just as passionate about squid as you