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Rite Gear Estuary Championships - Sutton Bridge August 2012

16 Aug 2012

The final match in the Rite Gear Estuary Championships was held at Sutton Bridge on a previously un-fished section.



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Skegness Pier Angling Club - August 2012

14 Aug 2012

Corby’s Paul Marshall was the runaway winner of the latest Skegness Pier Angling Club (SPAC) match, held in the tidal River Nene at Sutton Bridge.



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Northern Bites - 12-08-2012

12 Aug 2012

Mackerel are well established from all of the Region's piers now and the bigger tides have seen them being landed from some of the deeper beach marks along the Durham shoreline.



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Northern Bites - 05-08-2012

05 Aug 2012

With Westerly winds keeping the sea flat, mackerel continue to dominate catches from all of the Region's piers with double figure bags regularly landed, particularly on early morning tides.



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Scottish Pollack Record Shaken

02 Aug 2012

Savage Gear Head UK Consultant Ant Glascoe Jnr has just returned from the Shetland Islands with his friends from the Glasgow Angling Centre.



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Skegness Pier Angling Club - Drakes Road

31 Jul 2012

Very clear water conditions cut smoothound catches, but brought shoals of mackerel close inshore in the latest Skegness Pier Angling Club (SPAC) match held at Drake Road.



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Northern Bites - 30-07-2012

30 Jul 2012

Warm weather and clean settled seas have seen the mackerel moving inshore in ever increasing numbers with some tides producing bags of over 50 fish from Seaham, Roker, and South Shields piers, along with the bonus of a bigger pollack, coalfish or even a cod.



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Captain’s Log - Holyhead July 2012

25 Jul 2012

Some nice settled weather in the middle of June saw us joined aboard My Way by a group of lads from Shropshire.



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Northern Bites - 23-07-2012

23 Jul 2012

A change to summer like conditions at last, and a period of south westerly winds to flatten the seas off brought an instant response from the vast mackerel shoals just offshore.



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Skegness Pier Angling Club - Hound hunt

17 Jul 2012

This year’s fantastic smoothound fishing continued in the latest Skegness Pier Angling Club (SPAC) match, held at Drake Road.



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Rite Gear Estuary Championships - Great Ouse July 2012

16 Jul 2012

The third match in the Rite Gear Estuary Championships, saw top match anglers gather on the East Bank of the Great Ouse at Kings Lynn again, this time with pegging starting much further to the left to try out new water.



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Northern Bites - 16-07-2012

16 Jul 2012

Mackerel are still only showing in limited numbers with the ideal conditions of calm seas and clear water almost impossible to achieve with persistent onshore winds.



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Rite Gear Estuary Championships - Sutton Bridge August 2012

16 Aug 2012

The final match in the Rite Gear Estuary Championships was held at Sutton Bridge on a previously un-fished section

Skegness Pier Angling Club - August 2012

14 Aug 2012

Corby’s Paul Marshall was the runaway winner of the latest Skegness Pier Angling Club (SPAC) match, held in the tidal River Nene at Sutton Bridge

Northern Bites - 12-08-2012

12 Aug 2012

Mackerel are well established from all of the Region's piers now and the bigger tides have seen them being landed from some of the deeper beach marks along the Durham shoreline

Northern Bites - 05-08-2012

05 Aug 2012

With Westerly winds keeping the sea flat, mackerel continue to dominate catches from all of the Region's piers with double figure bags regularly landed, particularly on early morning tides

Scottish Pollack Record Shaken

02 Aug 2012

Savage Gear Head UK Consultant Ant Glascoe Jnr has just returned from the Shetland Islands with his friends from the Glasgow Angling Centre

Skegness Pier Angling Club - Drakes Road

31 Jul 2012

Very clear water conditions cut smoothound catches, but brought shoals of mackerel close inshore in the latest Skegness Pier Angling Club (SPAC) match held at Drake Road

Northern Bites - 30-07-2012

30 Jul 2012

Warm weather and clean settled seas have seen the mackerel moving inshore in ever increasing numbers with some tides producing bags of over 50 fish from Seaham, Roker, and South Shields piers, along with the bonus of a bigger pollack, coalfish or even a cod


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