About Sea Angler

Launched in 1972 and about to celebrate 50 years of continuous publication, Sea Angler magazine is the ultimate saltwater angling experience for everyone who fishes from the shore or afloat.

With its long and trusted track record, Sea Angler’s expert writers help and inspire readers to learn, improve and enjoy angling, thanks to authoritative articles on great places to fish, the species, top tactics, best bait, rigs, tackle and improving your casting, as well as teaching all the skills to catch more fish.

Whether you fish from beaches, piers, rocks or go afloat on a charter boat, small dinghy or a kayak, use bait or lures, fish to relax or like the competition scene, Sea Angler has it covered. It’s the one-stop magazine for all saltwater angling enthusiasts.

Through eye-catching content, across a range of platforms, Sea Angler conveys the joy of saltwater angling and the thrill of the natural world. We’re here to help you make the most of your time on the shore or afloat. With readers hungry for information, guidance and assistance at all levels of the sport, our essential skills advice and Question & Answer section are written by angling’s leading experts.

Since 2014, the editor has been Cliff Brown, an angling journalist for more than 35 years, having worked on magazines including Angling Times, Improve Your Sea Angling and Boat Angler. The editorial team includes a roster of the very best writers and contributors in the business, such as Dave Lewis, Dave Barham, Henry Gilbey, John Holden, Chris Clark, Paul Fenech, Mike Thrussell and James Batty. Our readers look to them for advice, as well as honest and fair reviews.

Sea Angler is published every four weeks/13 times a year.

How to get Sea Angler

Subscribe to Sea Angler or order a single issue online.

Sea Angler is also available in major supermarkets and newsagents, or use our store locater to track down the closest supplier to you.

Stocklists also include:

East Coast Fishing Tackle, 1B Willows Dr, Hornsea HU18 1DA

Tel: 01964 535064