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  1. Boat Angling / Angling Afloat
    I really enjoy an easy going session on the bass. One of my favourite methods is live prawn on the float or freelined. Simple, effective and a lot of fun.
  2. Beginners and Improvers
    Here is the video from a shore session showing how I like to target Wrasse - Ballan Wrasse and Corkwings. Also, there is a video showing how I make my "Wrasse Rig" Very simple but also very effective.
  3. Kayak Angling Forum
    Taking you up to the highlands this week . Great scenery Some nice pollock Good ballan wrasse
  4. Shore Angling
    Hello! I have a last-minute plan to fish for Pollock and Wrasse in the Pembroke area tomorrow morning, but have just realised it’s falling tide with a low tide around 11am. What are my chances on the ebb and around low tide? thanks!
  5. East Coast Catch Reports
    Hi everyone, If I were to try jigging for wrasse (or bass) from Gorleston pier would I be wasting my time? If not how should I go about it, e.g with a Texas style rig, drop shotting or using some other method? With the weather fine, warm and settled as it is I thought it might be worth a go...
  6. Scotland Catch Reports
    Change of scenery this week , we went up the highlands . Fishing and weather was mixed . We also have a new addict . 10/10 for scenery . New kayaker doing well on his first sea adventure . Had some fun with the small pollock . Doing the mini species challenge , managed 7 . Love...
  7. Beginners and Improvers
    Hi all, I've seen varying opinions about reel line setups, but not really sure whats the right answer. Target species: Sea Bass, Pollock, and Wrasse. Fishing method: Lure Fishing. Currently have 20lb braid as main line, should my leader line by lighter test or heavier test, i.e. 15lb mono or...
  8. Northern Ireland & Rep of Ireland Catch Reports
    Fished it an hour before and two hours after. Bait: makeral and crab Rigs 6/0 circle pennel/ 10/0 running ledger steel trace. Fished it with two rods didn't get any bites until the tide turned and was dropping. First got a small codling on crab bait. Then on mack and crab got a nice thornie...
  9. Kayak Angling Forum
    It's getting cold but the sea is inviting us . I have managed a small video : After a warming paddle we found some fish . Using lrf rods we found some sport . Found some wrasse too . lovely wrasse . A cold day out to play we finished with a sunset . Dinner sorted too , It's never...
  10. Scotland Catch Reports
    We always enjoy the sea , the fresh air and the big spaces . It was time to head back to the Clyde , the west coast of Scotland near Ardrossan looked perfect . It's december now and it's fresh . We dressed up accordingly to withstand the cold , took advantage of a high tide and went . Using...
  11. Scotland Catch Reports
    We did not have to travel too far this week , we went down the Clyde , actually Rhu . We did not have to paddle far either , we decided to shelter from the cold easterly wind . We enjoy Lrf fishing , either on soft lure or drop shot . We soon found some fish . A few species here and...
  12. Scotland Catch Reports
    It's kayak Monday . The weather is cooler , let's see if there is any fish left in the clyde . Today we start from Rhu point . Great to be on the water , it's flat calm . Working the soft lure .The mackerel are still about . Plenty of those pollock , coley , great fun on light tackle ...
  13. North Wales Catch Reports
    hi all im new to sea fishing having only really taken a keen interest from early this year. had the chance to get to angelsey for a couple of days fishing this weekend so thought i would start at gallows point for low tide and fish until Malcoms shop opened for me to get some bait other than the...
  14. Scotland Catch Reports
    This week we fancied a little trip out to sea . More and more kayakers are joining in on our weekly trips enjoying the great outdoor safely . At low tide it was a fair trek reaching the water . The wind was moderate and the sea lumpy we paddled . It was like roller coaster at times ...
  15. Tackle & Equipment Discussions
    Going down to the Torbay area to visit my parents this summer. Haven't done a huge amount of fishing since they moved down there but was going to target Wrasse this time around. The locations are the typical Torbay area ones: Sharkham, Brixham Breakwater, Elburry etc. The question is... will...
  16. Freshwater & Saltwater Lure Fishing.
    I’ve been using soft plastics for about 70% of my bass fishing and almost exclusively for wrasse. When using a Jika/ Cheburashka/Texas rig, and using certain brands of SP, I am casting out thinking everything is fine in the world only to reel in and find my tasty morsel has slipped down the...
  17. LRF....*Light Rock Fishing*
    Last weekend I went over to the Isle of Man for a long weekend. What a fantastic place! The water is crystal clear, the scenery is stunning and there are loads of fishy looking marks. As it was only a short trip with family I didn't have much time for fishing but managed to get out for two...
  18. General Sea Angling Discussion
    Hi, just been fishing in Skye and caught a 1lb 12oz Cuckoo Wrasse at Rubha Hunish. I put it back alive as it was too cute to bang on the head. I was alone on the point, but was wondering if a Scottish fish can be witnessed alive then returned and the record claimed?
  19. Scotland Catch Reports
    Sun shine and Lrf so close to the big city . This is Greenock on a gorgeous sunny day , the firth of Clyde . I am not and never will be expecting anything big in this part of the world but still enjoy a good rattle on the rod . Light rock fishing is fun and I think the kids would love that , I...
  20. Northern Ireland & Rep of Ireland Catch Reports
    Hi everyone, haven't posted on here in a while (since my first and last disastrous attempt at night fishing!). After a long and unfortunately fishingless winter I managed to get a couple of runs out this week on Sunday and Tuesday evening. Sunday started digging for worms at the low tide at a...
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