Posted on Apr 14 2014 - 9:20am by Tim Harrison

Top bass lure angling guide, Tim Harrison introduces himself and looks forward to what you can expect from his new twice monthly WSF blog! Here’s a challenge: Can you catch more bass on a lure than me this season? Catch better than twenty bass this year and the game is yours to claim. The thing is I don’t catch many bass myself simply because I don’t actually...

Posted on Apr 14 2014 - 8:33am by WSF

Fishdeal.co.uk is launched in the UK. Fishdeal is a kind of “Groupon” website for anglers and every day four different fishing products will be sold via the website. All of the products have a discount of at least 40% on the RRP, some up to 70%. Fishdeal is already well known and established in The Netherlands, Belgium and Germany and now a new office...

Blaze Publishing is delighted to announce the expansion of its publishing and on-line broadcasting activities into the sea fishing market, commencing with the launch of a new monthly sea fishing magazine this summer. “Our core business is predicated on specialist hobby markets – namely, shooting, music and motorbikes,” said Blaze Publishing’s managing director...

Mike Thrussell Jnr heads to the Flatanger region of Norway to cover the inaugural Din Tur Flatanger Shore Fishing Festival For those of you who read my last article on Norway you will have read how I fell in love with the country. To be given the opportunity to come back this year, not to fish, but to actually cover a shore fishing festival, watching other anglers...

In the third part of his series on Lure Fishing, Henry Gilbey takes a look at braid, leader materials and those all important knots to keep everything connected. I can’t actually remember the last time I went out fishing with a monofilament mainline. My bait fishing tended to revolve around a lot of rough ground, mono lines, long mono shockleaders and whatever scaffold...

It was around this time last year when my Facebook and Twitter feeds lit up with the colour orange spots. Sometime around the last few weeks in February they suddenly arrived. Back then, I knew little about shore plaice fishing on the south coast so took to World Sea Fishing forums to learn as much as I could. It seemed that Brighton was the place, or the plaice,...

WSF is like every other online service; we are constantly trying to improve the web site, the service we offer and how we provide information for the 200,000 plus anglers who use the web site each month. Since December I have taken some time out of the web site in order to look at the overall picture, to see how various aspects of the web site work and how it will...

Members of the World Sea Fishing forums and Sussex Marine Region of the Angling Trust turned out yesterday at Cuckmere Haven on the Sussex coast to participate in a beach clean-up following the recent storms. The clean-up had been organised by Brighton-based angler Craig Gosling and the Angling Trust were happy to help and lend our support. It was a beautiful day...

Whilst fishing away from your own grounds can often be productive and expand your angling knowledge, occasionally they don’t always go according to plan explains Wayne Thomas… IN SEARCH OF IRISH BASS Dedicating time to the pursuit of fish is a key part of angling and whilst it is possible to devote many hours in ones local waters it is undoubtedly an advantage...

The National Teams & Competitions Group of the Angling Trust are delighted to announce the Angling Trust Team England World Casting Teams for 2014. A Team – David Richardson, Jason Carter, Andy Copping, Steve Lewis, and Alan Varley. B Team – Stephen Boyt, John Hooley, Jason Lee, Duane Lockwood and Kevin Southey. Reserve – Mike Dagnall Manager – Dennis...