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How-To Rigging and learning to fish the Hobie Mirage Compass Join Sport Fishing executive editor Chris Woodward as she rigs and fishes a brand new Hobie Mirage Compass kayak in this diary of a new kayak angler.
We look forward to February’s Paul Roggeman European Open Beach Championships along the Holderness coast.There will be an early migration to East Yorkshire’s Holderness coast for the Paul Roggeman European Open Beach Championship, as the ever popular three day festival runs from February 24-26 inclusive. That’s week earlier than last year – so mark it in your diary!Based again at the fantastic Sand-Le-Mere holiday village, Tunstall, it’s the most popular event in the shore fishing match calendar – and it’s one of the richest too, but it’s the friendly atmospher... ...rs and teams of four, with full details of tickets and prices from http://www.eyevents.co.uk/events/open/ Online bookings can be made and it’s a real money saver if you book and pay in advance online.
There are those that think the pool is finished, a muddy, weedless shadow of her former self. It's easy to be dismissive, negative......wrong!I'd already heard that the pool was perfect this year. Wel... ...hat pay them due respect.The days and nights have a habit of gelling together, merging..Was it Yates who said that time doesn't pass here, it just collects? I can kind of understand that.This isn't a diary, just events plucked from five heady days. Well, it was my birthday...and there would be brandy! Indeed, brandy...after food.We had consumed the traditional "Redmire Rissotto" the day previous, to on... ...still some great fish here, but even if there wasn't...this place wouldn't be finished, it wouldn't be a shadow, take it from me...I know.Friend Mike fishing from the fallen oakThe fruit of his labour
This first short film in an upcoming series is set in northern Sweden. Episode 1 follows anglers on a fishing trip to a valley carved by the legendary mountain creek known as Fiskonbäcken. Via Rolf Nylinder.
Logging the details of your fishing trips can make you a better and more knowledgeable angler. George C. Costa outlines the classic, What, Where, When, Who, Why, How, and how you can use the data to up your game on the … more →
EFTTEX wouldn’t be the same without meeting our old friends at Halco (booth G30). The Australian lure company can always be relied upon to bring some new product to the show and this year is no exception. Marketing Manager Tim Carter is glad to take us through some of his company’s headline baits, starting with […]The post EFTTEX Diary: Day three appeared first on Angling International.
The day begins early with EFTTA’s Annual General Assembly. It’s the opportunity for members to have their say on key issues affecting the Association and the industry. Sadly, as so often in the past, there is a paltry attendance, with the 13-strong Board outnumbering the member companies represented. EFTTA’s Jan Kappel draws attention to a […]The post EFTTEX Diary: Day two appeared first on Angling International.
Wednesday, June 11, 2014 Gaffer tape is strewn across the exhibition hall, fork lifts bleep as they carry their cargo to the part-built booths – EFTTEX is just hours away. The last thing the Angling International teams needs after a seriously delayed Eurostar journey is to build its booth, but it has to be done. […]The post EFTTEX 2014 Diary appeared first on Angling International.
The Scottish Sea Anglers Conservation Network have a full diary of events for 2014, and as the weather improves they are hoping to welcome new helpers to a wide range of exciting conservation opportunities. 2014 Dates for your DiaryThe Skate Recapture weekend :: ... ...sh to boot!Anyone can participate in the event regardless of expertise or angling experience. Log on to http://www.tagsharks.com/species-hunt-2014 for more information or to get involved in the event.
Mike Thrussell takes a look back at his fishing year during 2013, Mike also ponders the prospects for 2014…… I’m writing this while flicking through my fishing diary for 2013. On the face of it, 2013 was kinder to me than 2012 was. After relatively few trips in 2012 due to work load, I was […]