The Mag

  • Bucking Hell

    Pro bull riding is big. The bulls are big, the crowds are bigger and the riders’ hearts are huge. Of course, so is the prize money. Bull riding came about as a...

  • Kayakin for bass

    Big bass, crisp, cool, nights with clear skies, camp- oven cook ups and sharing laughs with mates is all part of the bass fishing and camping experience. Kayaking angler Dave Brace...

  • Terrain Takeover – BFGoodrich’s new KM3

    There’s a new 4WD tyre on the market, and after a couple days thrashing it through the Victorian high country, What Tradies Want is backing it as a winner. BFGoodrich has...

  • Fishin’ Mission by Tom Foster

    WTW is gearing up to get among some whoppers. Check out the new kayak. All we need now is for someone who knows what they’re doing to take charge. Clearly that’s...

  • Sunny Coast

    Sunny Coast Offshore For Sure

    Bart MacKenzie takes you fishing.

  • Wild Bass

    Wild Bass Mountain

    John Costello takes you fishing in Northern New South Wales.

  • DeWalt

    Guaranteed Tough – DeWalt

    In this month’s ‘Company Profile’, WTW checks out American premium powertool producer, DEWALT.

  • Latest issue of What Tradies Want out now!

    What? You haven't got your hands on the June July issue of WTW yet?

  • Tradies on the high seas

    Tradies on the High Seas

    “We’re thinking about a boy’s only trip away... 4WDing... Bluewater Fishing... Exploring... Lithcfield National Park... Kakadu... Darwin...”

  • Mighty Murray River

    Going ’Round The Bend

    In the foothills of the Australian Alps, the mighty Murray River takes a sweeping bend on its course to the sea. It’s a forgotten playground offering great little pubs, fine camping...

  • Nick Jacobsen

    The High-flying Dare Devil Dane

    Nick stamped his arrival on the extreme sports radar when he kitesurfed out to a rusty old shipwreck located off the coast of Cape Town. Nick snagged the headlines because getting...

  • Adriano De Souza

    The Little Brazilian Battler

    Adriano De Souza is the least popular world surfing champion Down Under in years. Sadly that’s more of a reflection on us than the kid from São Paulo.

  • Old Ruins and Ragged Hills

    Ron and Viv Moon hit the regional Queensland copper trail. The track wound along the valley, crossing infrequent creeks and climbing the occasional rocky hill as we headed deeper into the...

  • Torpedoes

    Trolling for Torpedoes

    Joel Ryan and his mates snag some Southern Jumbos Southern Bluefin Tuna are tremendous predators from the moment they hatch, and like other pelagic tuna species, are part of a group...

  • Raising Kombis and Bugs from the Dead

    Alan Agyik was born in Brisbane (1976) to a Hungarian father and Finnish mother. Athletically gifted from an early age, the knockabout young Aussie played rugby league, represented Queensland in the...

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