In the September 2019 issue

The latest issue of Saltwater Boat Angling is out now

It’s still the best value sea angling magazine in the UK and the only one dedicated to boat and kayak angling. The September issue of Saltwater Boat Angling is out now. Find out who is the latest winner of the Penn £1000 big fish draw. Packed full of excellent boat angling content including Mother-shipping sharks, catching double figure bass, charter boat reports and much more. This and much more besides including all the regular, kayak, practical boating, charter boat and tackle talk sections. Plus, if you subscribe you qualify for a FREE spool of Spiderwire braid worth £29.99

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August Contents

Analysis: David Mitchell looks back on how angling has developed…from the future.

Your catches-
Six pages of fish pictures and details of the new competition sponsored by Penn. And don’t forget if you send us your fish pictures you could win £1000 of Penn tackle.


2021 Halibut Challenge: 
Read our exclusive preview of a new competition for 2021.

Charter Boat reports: The latest from charter boats around the coast.

Anglo French Wrecking: Des Westmore overnights in Cherbourg in a two-day cross-channel wrecking trip.

Charter Boat Species League: John Sherlock takes part in this growing species competition based in ports along the south coast, Bristol Channel and West Wales.


Whippy Afloat; The humble mackerel.

Hitting the Double: With more and more big bass being landed Wayne Comben gives some tips on catching a monster.

Specimen Hunting: Des Westmore goes in search of big congers.

Hastings and St Leonards International Sea Angling Festival: Tim Macpherson reports on this massive south coast competition – this year hampered by bad weather but still and exciting event to get involved in.

Manx Boat Festival: Now in its fifth year, Jamie Hinchliffe reports on this popular Isle of Man species hunt



Mother Shipping Sharks: Liam Faisey goes fishing for blue sharks on his kayak.

The Oxwich bay international Kayak Competition: Kyle Waterhouse goes to Wales to see if he can win this prestigious competition a second time

Autumn Festivals: Tim Macpherson previews a few of the upcoming boat angling festivals.

Coalfish – King of the Gadoids Mike Millman gives us a history of this magnificent relation of the pollack

Boat Review: Pirate 18cc: The much-vaunted Pirate 18 cuddy has been given a younger sister, Simon Everett reports.

Dinghy Diary: Jeff Smith goes after mullet and turbot

The Boat Show: We preview the 2021 event

Tackle Talk: Big Game tackle for Panama; Sam Wadman goes through the checklist of tackle needed for these exciting trips

You should have been here: Jeff Smith reviews Phill Williams’ new book on 20th Century Sea Angling