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14 anglers graced the shores at Overstrand , pegging was to the left of the zig zag groyne. A lovely summer’s evening to be on the beach, if the fish were there it would be a bonus. Some of us hadThe post Norfolk Angling Club At Overstrand appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
A cool wind blowing in from the sea this week has slowed things down slightly for the beach angler. The thornback ray have been sporadic and patchy but find the right area and they are about. St Osyth beach isThe post Cool Winds Hit Essex Sea Fishing appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
16 anglers graced the shores at Bacton tonight with a slight sea running and a lovely sunny evening, we were all keen to get in among the fish. Pegging was to the right of the holiday park at the endThe post Fisheries Beach Discussion With Norfolk Angling Club appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
The latest Skegness Pier Angling Club (SPAC) match was held earlier today from 12 till 4pm at Trunch Lane, on the beach in front of Lakeside Leisure and Big Catch Tackle, with expectations high for good catches from the productiveThe post Rick Wins Skegness PAC Match At Trunch Lane appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
How-To Pros share how they prowl the beachfronts for game fish like kingfish, cobia and mackerel. Bait and game fish use the beach as structure. Here's how pros use the beach to target trophy species.
The American Sportfishing Association (ASA) has announced the appointment of Emily Beach as its new R3 (Recruitment, Retention and Reactivation) Director. Previously with the Archery Trade Association (ATA), Beach is well known in the outdoor recreation industry – particularly h... ...d wildlife community. “I’m glad to join the ASA […]The post Emily Beach appointed ASA’s new R3 Director appeared first on Angling International.
The Lancashire fishing is picking up with the Gynn Wall, beach, boat and pier producing good fish. On crab and squid baits there are plenty of smoothhounds, mainly up to 5lb to date but over the next couple of monthsThe post Tope Stuff For Tony Off The Lancashire Coast appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
17 anglers turned out for tonight’s match at Mundesley, with flat calm seas and a summer like evening expectations were high for possible smoothhounds and maybe a ray. Pegging was again left and right of the slip, from the offThe post Leon Leads At Mundesley Beach appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
We have had a lot of rough surf conditions this season but the ocean seems to be calming down finally and it is clearly time to hit the beach with the dory and fly rods rigged and ready to fish. … Continue reading →
The number of rays is unheard of up and down the Lancashire coast from South Shore to Rossall. They have been landed from the Wall, beach, pier, boat and it doesn’t seem to matter if it is low water orThe post Thornbacks Hit The Lancashire Coast appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.