Pursuit Sports Fishing Part 2

The northern WA land base pelagic fishing scene is amongst the best in Australia has to offer. Every year the run of pelagic sport fish,especially Spanish Mackerel and Tuna sees anglers heading to the northern cliffs.Watch as Tim Lee captures the action in this part one of four videos with renown anglers such as Justin Anthony,Brett Skip and Sokhom Chhouk while they case trophy size fish on spin and balloon gear.
Tim Lee

About Tim Lee

Everything I do in life revolves around fishing, it’s the only way life makes sense. Since writing my first article for Western Angler in the April/May issue 2013 entitled ‘The Quest for Landbased Spaniards’, fishing has never been the same. It’s awoken me and inspired creativity. Now I’m completely focussed on sharing my fishing passion, writing more articles and recently devoting some time to documenting landbased fishing ventures on film. I strive to push myself, create new challenges in the sport and seek to conquer them so that the articles I write or the films I edit will bring a certain WOW factor to those viewing the media.

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