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Glad to report that the inshore fishing has picked up on the South Coast with the usual suspects now falling to a range of light lure techniques. Metals are starting to work more consistently with multiple species possible, especially if jigged relatively slowly, near the bottom. I found my first Mackerel of the season on(...)
From tactics and techniques to fly choice and understanding behavior, Chris Hunt writes a detailed guide for fly fishing for springtime carp in this article. “Chasing carp this time of year can put you on to the biggest fish you’ll … more →
Fair Flies from Brother on Vimeo. Founder of Fair Flies, Jef Coffey, will be joining us to teach tying with new modern composite brushes. Techniques and patterns that can be used to create beautiful flies with ease that catch fish. … Continue reading →
Seventh-generation Floridian, Captain Art Sapp, is a fearsome competitor and one of South Florida’s top fishing charters. His tournament record proves it. “Day-tripping is great. I’d do it every day if I could,” Sapp says, referring to his busy charter business, which specialises in diverse live-baiting techniques for the great variety of gamefish found outside […]The post Raymarine Axiom Pro crucial to top skipper’s winning habit appeared first on Angling International.
How-To This neglected technique fires up reef fish from top to bottom. Tackle and techniques to master the lost art of drift-fishing ballyhoo on light bucktail jigs.
Angling Direct, one of the U.K.’s fastest growing fishing tackle retailers, is looking to mainland Europe to continue its expansion. The group, which last week announced revenue for 2017 at an expectation-exceeding £30.2 million, an increase of 44%, is looking at growth opportunities in regions with similar angling techniques and fish species to that of […]The post Angling Direct looks to mainland Europe for further growth appeared first on Angling International.
“Catch and release is more than just an angling fad,” writes Charlie Robinton, “it’s a proven conservation technique that can improve the quality of a sport fishery and, when practiced correctly, ensure there are enough fish for everyone.” Read more … more →
Follow these life-saving techniques to improve your chances of survival in cold water. Read more →The post Cold-Water Survival Tips appeared first on On The Water.
Learn about the designs of and techniques for tying classic Intruder flies for steelhead in this recent video from Jay Nicholas. There are plenty of urban angling opportunities around the Washington D.C. metro area and Rob Snowhite helps anglers find … more →
In this video from the Game Angling Instructors’ Association, Lindsay Moore demonstrates a common casting fault: tailing loops. Learn more here about how to identify this common casting mistake as well as techniques for improving your cast. A federal lawsuit … more →