Fishing and filming around the world, making documentaries and TV, close encounters with sharks and marlin all in the name of getting the ultimate shot. When it comes to adventures Al has the most amazing life and now he’s sharing it all on how he turned his passion into his career!
Al McGlashan Mahi Madness
Al McGlashan profiles the amazing mahi and touches on research, stories and most importantly how to catch these amazing sportfish
AM Podcast 14 Bait balling sailfish with Bomber Farrell
When it comes to catching sailfish few are better at chasing them on bait balls than Bomber but there is so much more to the amazingly remote and unique gulf fishery he has on Groote Eylandyt. Then there is the amazing recapture rate rate which is out of this world
Al McGlashan Episode 13 Mako Madness
The mako shark is one of the most feared and least understood of all the sharks. How old do they grow? When do they spawn? Well Al has unlocked some interesting facts on this amazing pelagic that will shock you
Al McGlashan Episode 12 Flat out with Flatheads!
The flathead is an Aussie great. Found right around the country they are easily caught from shore in a boat or even offshore and as Al McGlashan explains they are easy to catch with a few tips.
Al McGlashan Episode 11 Spectacular Sydney Harbour
When it comes to fishing locations few places offer the scenery and fishing diversity as spectacular as Sydney Harbour. However we almost lost it when marine park lockouts were imposed in his no bars hold style Al talks it up but squarely pints the finger at the culprits too!
Al McGlashan Episode 10 Yellowfin
The yellowfin tuna with those classic sickles is a stand out member of the tuna clan. Al has chased them all his life right around the world from Sydney to Ascension Island and talks through some of the techniques as well bringing in some special guest with one of the greatest yellowfin fights ever
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Best podcast I have ever listened to. Really well done
But I’m biased haha
Episode 9 Snapper fishing
Al is extremely knowledgeable, but the first time the word “technique” was used was 27mins into an hour podcast! The first half was political.
We all understand you are passionate about green zones, lockouts etc, but I was really looking forward to your advice on actually catching them.
I’m looking for sounder, terminal tackle, landing, after catch treatment and prep for cooking.
This podcast was a stack of talking, and not much sharing of your vast knowledge- c’mon Al- give us the good stuff
I searched a few months ago for a podcast from Al. Today Facebook recommends this. Well done!