South Australia has over 5,000 kilometres of coastline, which varies from spectacular surf beaches and rugged cliffs to mangrove-lined flats and serene estuary systems.
It offers a bit of everything to the travelling angler, including some of the very best saltwater fishing in the country.
In the Fishing Guide to South Australia Shane Mensford and Jamie Crawford cover there home state's entire coastline, from the Victorian border all the way across to Western Australia.
It comprehensively outlines the best locations and seasons to tackle SA's legendary fish species such as mulloway, snapper and King George whiting. Nowhere else in the country are these varieties so big, strong and plentiful.
Boating facilities in SA are of an exceptionally high standard and Fishing Guide to South Australia provides detailed information on the best ramps in every regional centre. It also suggests the most productive jetties and beaches to fish, so both land based and offshore anglers are catered for.
There are detailed maps for each region, pinpointing specific locations, launching sites, marinas, jetties and costal estuaries everything the visiting angler needs to start fishing. The likely fish species for each area are also marked.
The Fishing Guide to South Australia will appeal to locals and visitors, experienced anglers and those new to the sport. It fact, any one who enjoys wetting a line will find it an essential reference.
- Detailed maps of specific fishing areas
- What to fish for
- Where to catch fish
- How to catch a fish
- Boat ramp details
- Camping sites and hints
- Essential Contacts