African Fisherman Magazine

The African Fisherman magazine (print and online versions) is published six times as year by Mag-Set Publications (Pvt) Ltd. and offers a "shop window" to adventure angling in Southern Africa.

Editorial content is aimed at the average fisherman and is structured very much on a "How To" basis.  Many articles are written by anglers who are fishermen first, journalists second. This provides a varied and interesting content to the magazine which, according to our readership, sets us apart from other publications, and is the key to our success.

Contributions are from countries all over Africa, and cover world markets, local and international tournaments, specialised techniques and new theories. Specialised features on fishing destinations include general information on fishing and boating facilities, venues, accommodation etc. for those looking for something different or unique.

Our readership includes angling enthusiasts of all ages, races, sexes and walks of life from the Southern African region and in more than 20 countries around the world.

We are committed to the preservation of the environment and its angling resources.  We support junior angling and a policy of selective harvest of all species, catch and release of certain species, and the fostering of goodwill among all beneficiaries of these resources.

The African Fisherman is predominantly focused on inland  fresh water fishing.  However, as our international readership increases, editorial covering saltwater and coastal destinations (Mozambique, South Africa, Botswana, Namibia and the East Coast) is included on a regular basis. Fish species are similar throughout the Southern Africa region, and much of the content is applicable to anglers anywhere in Africa.

For subscription information or advertising opportunities see our website or contact us by e-mail.

Also produced by the same publisher - The African Adventurer magazine

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