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From Cley to West Beach at Cromer anglers were scattered along the coastline taking part in the 2nd Sea Angling Festival in Norfolk with an even bigger turnout than last year. With prize money up for ... ...ne of 2lb 2oz was Henry Randall, followed by Chris Orders with his lesser spotted dogfish of 1lb 9oz and closely followed by our furthest angler travelling all the way from Thurso in the far north of Scotland, David Proudfoot, taking third place on the first day. Steph Erison weighed in a nice dab to lead the ladies class.In the juniors it was young England International Adam Malloy who managed to find a ... ...the end of both days.Overall Top Ten1st Henry Randall2nd Richard Chapman3rd David Proudfoot4th Wayne Mathews5th Adam Molloy6th Dave Mathers7th Billy Rush8th Simon Bone9th Curtis Taylor10th Brett Riley
March 2016 was true to form, plenty of wind and rain mixed in with some gloriously fine days aboard ... ...nd saw My Way take part in an invitation Spring Challenge match between anglers representing Wales, Scotland and the hosts the RAF sea angling section.This is the second year of which is now set to become a r... ...ore sheet.Was a close event, in first place with 1191% over 2 days was Wales, second with 1165% was Scotland, and third was the RAF with 968%.Our general fishing trips in March tend to centre on our mainstay ... ...71 924046 or visit his website where a handy calendar displays the boat availability for each month.
Sitting at his desk over the festive period Ally Campbell’s thoughts turn to planning trips for 2016. High on his list of venues for the coming year are the volcanic Faroe Islands where he relished so... ...ore than ten minutes and we could still see our house when we stopped to commence the first drift.After a quick chat with the skipper we rigged up with one down flattie rigs which we use back home in Scotland for flatfish but with slightly larger hooks around the 2/0 to 3/0 mark. All three of us dropped to the bottom with our rigs and with the steep sided shore all round us we sat in the tidal channel cal... ...arbour. Magni has special package deals from the U.K flying out on the Friday and back on Monday, transfers, accommodation and boat hire with wet weather gear, just visit his website for more details.
Have you ever thought about how renewable energy from the marine environment is affecting your angling? Do you fish within current offshore wind farms? Do you use sites that may become wind farms in t... ...stalled capacity of 4.5 GW (55.9% of existing European offshore wind energy generation capacity). It is expected to achieve over 10 GW by 2020. To put this in context, 5GW will power all the homes in Scotland.While there have been many studies looking at the impact of offshore wind farms on the natural environment, little is known about how offshore wind farms affect people, especially people who take par... ...ironment and the role of offshore wind farms within it.If you have any questions or would like to find out more about this survey and its outcomes, please contact Dr Caroline Hattam or Dr Tara Hooper.
Princeton University economist Angus Deaton was recently awarded the Nobel Prize for his work on poverty, which is of “immense importance for human welfare, not least in poor countries.” Deaton, a native of Scotland, is an avid fly angler and … more →
This short film features the search for Atlantic Salmon in the rivers and lochs of Northwest Scotland. Via TwinPeakes Media.
Icelandair have recently announced a new year-round service from Aberdeen International Airport (ABZ) to Reykjavik (KEF). The new gateway will become Icelandair’s second in Scotland and sixth in the UK. Flights will begin on 9 March 2016 and operate four times weekly, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The flight to Reykjavik (KEF) will provide [...]
Scotland's Scott Gibson continued his recent good run of results when with... ...ellum (Norway) in second spot and Derek Yuille and Peter Redshaw (Scotland) in third.The team of four event was won by an Inverness / Shetla... ...oward Foster and Glynn Wright.The International team Gold went to Scotland A, Scott Gibson, Gus MacKenzie, Peter Redshaw, Steve Souter and D... ... added when they come to hand.Full results list can be downloaded.
Mackerel finally made an appearance for the shore angler, and as reported by recent boat anglers, many are of a good size, some topping the 2lb mark. Unfortunately they only seem be showing around the... ...ce them again, with anglers taking the odd better specimens to around the 10lb mark, though most are averaging around the 5lb to 6lb range. Smoothhounds are also a species making a return from the SW Scotland shoreline and some lucky anglers report double figure bags of these fish when the hordes of dogfish can be avoided.
Team strength in depth and international experience proved to be the key to success when Ireland pow... ...England holding an narrow eight point lead over second placed Ireland with Wales in third place and Scotland fourth.The second day again started at anchor on the Ledges where anglers found conger, huss and do... ...more cod.Overall team result for the two days: Ireland 883.26%, England 847.28%, Wales 728.41%, and Scotland 650.81%.With Cox and Rawle sponsored Ireland winning the 2014 event in Portrush as well they are now seeking the ‘treble’ when the competition returns to Wales next year.