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SEA FISHING BLOG
Karl Stevenson is a professional rig builder keen to share his knowledge and experience. He says: “My dad showed me how to build rigs 30 years ago, and I have added small tweaks to them through the years, to suit my style of fishing and to take advantage of better…
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Matt Crowe takes a rare trip afloat in search of one of his favourite species – black bream.
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We take a look at one of our most popular summer species.
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Shane Pullen celebrates the end of winter with an early plaice trip.
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Gareth Davies gets a chance to sample some of Guernsey’s magical secrets through the month of February, with species you’d have to work hard to find around the coast of the UK even in the summer. 
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Last year, tens of thousands of people flocked to the Orange County Convention Centre, Orlando, for the world's largest sport fishing trade show. The International  Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades, or iCAST as it's more commonly known, attracts almost 14,000 industry representatives, who descend to see the latest innovations in…
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Globetrotting Robin Howard gets up close and personal with the ‘crap fish’ down under.       When my very good friend Sarah Perrin suggested we take a trip, via mutual friends in Bahrain, and onto Perth to visit one of her good friends from her days working in a…
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Classic Rig – Two-Hook Muppet Rig We look back at some classic rigs that still work well today!   History In the annals of angling, you’ll also find this rig filed under the names of ‘the killer rig’ and ‘the tandem rig’. This is a two-hook boat rig that can…
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John Lewis does a bit of hound hunting at Morfa Beach on the Welsh coastline...   A favourite location to catch the first run of smoothhounds for me has to be at Morfa Beach in South Wales. It is one of the most productive beaches that holds them early on…
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Charlie Coppolo heads to Fuerteventura for big game fish and more…   Just to give some sort of insight and background, when it comes to my angling and intent, I'm always looking for good, exciting and very affordable fishing within reasonable travelling distance. I'm really not a fan of long-haul…
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Paul Dennis shares his thoughts on a technique that appears to be quite simple but offers a steep learning curve.   Drift fishing for flatfish is understandably popular. The species that are targeted (plaice, turbot and brill) have fine eating qualities and can also give you quite a scrap on…
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