A day out with Jimmy Mac from KLB before the Nimrod is sold. Nothing big but constant action to the NW of port with hadddies, codling and whiting. Simple Tronixpro boom rig and mackerel strip produced all the fish.
A modular artificial reef will be suspended alongside the Sydney Opera House as part of a new research project exploring ways to improve marine biodiversity and increase native species in Sydney Harbour, Environment Minister Gabrielle Upton announced today. The three-year
I decided to head out round some of the Caithness harbours for a day with the LRf tackle. First stop was the picturesque haven at Lybster. I had hoped to pick up some flounders here but the combination of a
Fleetwood and District Angling Club had a disappointing match on the Gynn despite an impressive air display. Conditions at Cleveleys looked good as the nine anglers headed out to fish low water. As it turned out the fishing was very slow and only
Had bait left over from a blank session at Reiss last night so nipped down to Thurso beach this morning. Plenty of action from dabs, flounders and an unusual daylight LSD. Only the one dab on lazy LRF, LRF that
Sad news yesterday that casting and sea angling legend Neil Mackellow had passed away. The UK and world casting scene will miss “Black Beard” as he was affectionately known. Neil was a stalwart of the UKSF circuit in the 1990’s
Devon and Severn IFCA (Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority) is taking the lead in the South West to manage a developing fishery to ensure its sustainability and the protection of the marine environment. Under careful management by the Devon and