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Al McGlashan
As Australia's favorite fishing expert, Al loves nothing more than sharing his passion with others. Follow for latest updates.
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Al McGlashan 15h
Crazy light this arvo with some crazy spangled emperor who seemed a bit too keen to hang out ! 📷
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Al McGlashan 21h
Now that’s a cool fish! A diamond trevally and a first for Biggles while fishing with peak_sportfishing @ Exmouth, Western Australia
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Al McGlashan 23h
A golden few days fishing and filming in exmouth with ningaloo_sportfishing and peak_sportfishing with the boys from halcotackle Awesome fishing with a good blokes in an awesome location and I didn’t…
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Al McGlashan May 24
A mixed school of trevally patrolling the reef edge backlit but the suns rays in Western Australia 📷 @ Exmouth, Western Australia
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Al McGlashan May 23
Smile it’s hammer day! A little hammer the guys caught and released off Sydney a few years back 📷
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Al McGlashan May 22
Amazing day yesterday filming for and ended up jumping in with dozens of manta rays such awesome creatures. 🎥 @ Exmouth, Western Australia
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Al McGlashan May 22
Amazing day on the water with ningaloo_sportfishing and the halcotackle crew filming and testing lures. This monster rankin cod hammered the while we we chasing mackerel 📷 @ Exmouth, Western…
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Al McGlashan May 21
There is something about golden trevally such awesome creatures to catch and they release so well. Tim Carter from halcotackle doing some product testing as he calls it😁 📷 @ Exmouth, Western Australia
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Al McGlashan May 21
There is no better way to end a day on the water filming and fishing - cold beers and tall tales! audigillcroft 📷
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Al McGlashan May 20
A fisheye view of a marlin getting released to fight another day. It’s great to see more and more fish releases these days 📷
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Al McGlashan May 20
Check out the size of the hole in this snapper! Soon after this shot I decided to jump in and film the snapper cyclonic aggregation on the surface action but I got the shot 📷
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Al McGlashan May 19
Trevally patrolling the reef edge with a number of other predators. Such an aggressive species - hate to be a baitfish! 📷
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Al McGlashan May 19
Amazing chance encounter with some manta rays today while looking for sharks. Such graceful creatures can’t believe they kill them up north 📷
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Al McGlashan May 18
A simple starfish stands out brilliantly against the sandy backdrop in Coral Bay WA 📷 @ Coral Bay, Western Australia
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Al McGlashan May 17
The biggest shark is also completely harmless but still amazing to swim with. 📷
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Al McGlashan May 17
It’s amazing how something as simple as a jellyfish can look so cool. This is the beauty of the ocean even the most basic things still amaze 📷
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Al McGlashan May 16
The endless waiting game! Making a living from images both above and below the surface means endless hours of waiting, dealing with crap conditions, camera failures and uncooperative fish but you know what I…
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Al McGlashan May 16
Another day done and dusted no tigers today water was perfect but the fish were a no show, but the sunset more than makes up for it in the west! halcotackle yeti_au clubmarine_insurance…
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Al McGlashan May 16
Winter time means one thing high country for trout and Sambar deer and some places you can do both 📷 @ Dartmouth, Victoria
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Al McGlashan May 15
Election Policy Summary:
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