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Capt. Dave Vollenweider from Live to Fish Guide Service fished a lake yesterday in the rain with friend and outdoor writer Lou Martinez, Dave wrote in an email. Two muskies followed lures but never struck. O... ...it, and the other, a big fish, was on a Lee Lures top-water. Then Dave […]The post NJ Freshwater Fishing Reports appeared first on Jerseycatch.com.
ICAST is just a day away, but if you are still undecided about whether to attend the world’s largest recreational fishing trade show or not, it is worth listening to industry stalwart and retailer Dave Kranz. He is unequivocal. The owner of Crystal Lake, Illinois-based Dave’s Bait & Tackle told Angling International: “Going to ICAST […]The post ICAST: ‘Most important thing I do for my business’ appeared first on Angling International.
Catches have started to improve in recent Skegness Pier Angling Club (SPAC) matches, with warmer weather encouraging the larger summer species to appear. After a quiet spell by his standards, Dave Burr came good in Match 8 at Chapel Point,The post Fishing Looking Up For Skegness Club appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
Ockert, the German line and rod manufacturer, has acquired the Kryston brand from UK-based The Angling Group, owned by Steve Tasker. Founded in 1988 by well-known carp angler Dave Chilton, Kryston became famous in the carp fraternity for its hook-lengths and rigs. Its wide range of popular products include Quicksilver, Snake-bite, Silk-worm and Merlin hook-lengths, […]The post Ockert MD confirms purchase of Kryston brand appeared first on Angling International.
New video from Native Fish Society: Just seven miles upstream from River Steward Dave Lacey’s home in southern Oregon a foreign owned mining company was quietly working to develop a nickel strip mine on public lands. The mine would sit in … Continue reading →
Described as a ‘beast of burden’ for the 21st century angler, the Rod Mule has been designed by Cal Coast Fishing founder, Dave Romanus, to transport fishing rods safely and comfortably. “Tournament anglers struggling with armfuls of rods and reels inspired this concept,” explained Romanus, creator of tackle management solutions that include the Bait Sack, […]The post Rod Mule is a ‘beast of burden’ for the modern angler appeared first on Angling International.
In this recent instructional video Dave and Amelia Jensen demonstrate how to effectively fish undercut banks. Learn the ins and outs of finding and catching fish in these situations in the “Master Class Monday” series via Orvis. The Partridge and … more →
It has not been a bad week at all for sea fishing; plenty of whiting, dabs, flounders, codling and the odd plaice and dogfish. This shows that the temperature of the sea is now on the increase. We wil... ...son had five fish for 62 points. Third placed Mark Armer had seven fish for 27 points with fourth placed Matty Preston totalling 23 points. Fifth was Ray Rodger on15 points, 6th equal Ruth Parkes and Dave Norton on 14 points, followed by Bob Marsh, Hughie Porter, Kevin Blundell, Tim Wrigley and Ken Forrest.The club would like to welcome two new members who joined on match day, Ruth Parkes and Mark Arm... ...aged whiting for the hunt but quite a few doubles. Peter had a good session with four dabs, four whiting and a rockling. The rain finally stopped the last 90 minutes so luckily they could pack up dry.
A touch of Spring in the air and it’s all change on the angling front with the sudden arrival of the thornback rays. Boats and shore anglers alike are enjoying the great sport that these heavyweights... ...his week and launched from the Suffolk Orford shoreline in search of the elusive cod. However, they are also few and far between in this area as well and all they could find were a few small whiting.Dave Hollands and Rocky Rochelle launched from the Gunfleet Boat Club on the Holland beaches; they reported a good catch of rays as well as the first bass of the new season.My trip this week was also down... .... Alternatively you can contact Mark Sessions 01206 6768631.If you have any reports you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.orgThe high tides for the week are Saturday 15.42pm and Sunday 16.33pm
We really are now in the throes of winter, with an icy blast blowing off the North Sea. Boat reports have been minimal, but those that have managed to get out have seen a few more thornback rays being... ...o Danny Watson with 6 dabs for a total of 1lb 1oz while runner-up Vic Pearce had three dabs and a pouting weighing 10½oz and Rob Tuck was third with four dabs for 7½oz.The heaviest fish prize went to Dave Collet for his whiting of 6½ozThe high tides for the weekend are Saturday 16.19 pm and Sunday 17.06 pm