After the success of the From the Waters Edge last video, where they tried to catch some fish from the beach using the lightest tackle possible, it got them thinking what other ideas they try could experiment with including a
For this latest episode the From the Waters Edge crew took the cameras down to Kessingland on the Suffolk coast, to try and catch a few fish from the beach with light tackle. Now it’s no secret that the winter
For this latest episode we headed back down to Essex to fish with our good friend Phil White, aboard his boat the Chinook III, with one species in mind… the smoothhound.
For this latest episode we head to the beach with the aim being a simple one – try to catch anything that swims!
It’s been a little while since our last beach fishing video so we put that right in this episode, with a short catch up and then some Cod fishing filmed a couple of weeks back, when me and good friend Justin Grapes headed into deepest darkest Suffolk to see if we could put a few Codling on camera.
For this latest episode, with a big thanks to retail tackle giants Angling Direct, we try something a little different as we head off for a spot of Jig fishing, with fishing guide Jonny Stephenson. Jonny is an expert in this field and has fished all around the world, he also runs his own guiding business and is sponsored by lure fishing supremo’s Spro.
?Chris Collins and the From the Waters Edge team head to Lincolnshire for a session targeting smoothhounds off a shallow surf beach.
For this latest episode From the Water’s Edge left their home county of Norfolk and headed down to Essex, as they had a special trip planned aboard Phil Whites boat the Chinook III out of Bradwell.
The start of November means it’s that time again, time to head back out on the beach in pursuit of codling and what better place to start than where the team from The Waters Edge finished up last year, Aldeburgh town beach in Suffolk.
Chris and the From the Waters Edge crew head out for a day’s smoothhound fishing aboard Chinook II with skipper Phil White, they enjoy a productive Thames estuary day.