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News The common bonnethead shark appears to be an exception to the rule that sharks are strictly meat eaters. Scientists have learned that the bonnethead shark can supplement its diet of crustaceans by munching on sea grass.
First match of the new season saw a great turnout with 20 anglers gracing the shore at Kelling, welcome to our new members, Colin Clifford, Simon Bottomley, Eddie Bowie and Peter Simmonds. We all knew that tonight would be toughThe post Norfolk Angling Club Find It Tough At Kelling appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
What a week, the weather has improved and so has the fishing. Low water is alive with fish at the moment, multiple rays, smoothhounds, sole and bass on the tides with a surf running. The Wall has been up andThe post Low Water Is Time To Be On Lancashire Beaches appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
The European Union have accepted advice from ICES , the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea, that mortality rates for bass from recreational anglers are lower than previous evidence indicated... ...evel of recovery from catch and releaseThe post Good News For Bass Anglers appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
Whether we like it or not we are slipping very gently into our Autumn season when the species of fish will slowly change. It has started already with more dogfish being caught this week and the ever-faithful autumnal whiting appearingThe post Signs Of Seasonal Changes On Essex Coast appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
Floating beads are becoming increasingly popular with shore anglers fishing on the clean beach and other coastal marks. The beads are available in several shapes and sizes and cut-to-size foam is also accessible on the market at home and abroad.The post Do Floating Beads Work? appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
Game Fish How West Coast anglers cope with sea lions Exploding sea lion populations create problems for West Coast fishermen. Here's why and how anglers can cope.
The August Bank Holiday arrived and so did our typical British weather, dropping temperatures, high winds and rain! Boat reports are rather patchy. The cooler weather has seen some thornback ray moving closer to the shoreline. Reports from St OsythThe post Essex Bass Provide Shore And Boat Sport appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
I can’t be the only person who finds that failing eyesight and less than dexterous fingers make it frustratingly difficult to produce drop shot rigs. Trying to secure small hooks with a Palomar knot knot while using fine monofilament orThe post Tying A Float Stop Drop Shot Rig appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
There are a few fish about at the moment despite the westerly winds flattening out the surf. Bass are the main targets with nice ones been landed to 6lb at Rossall on the low water mark in the depleted surf,The post Jordan Looks Ahead For Flyde Coast Sport appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.