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
Dabs are following me around this season. Tried a switch to Dwarwick pier and found them there too, unfortunately strings of creels are limiting the casting area. Evening tides tend to be busy with mackerel fishers just now. First attempt
I woke early this morning and with the sun shining headed down to the local rock ledges below Scrabster lighthouse for a few hours. Gear organised the night before, I grabbed the rod bag and drove the three miles to
A couple of grey gurnards from the rock ledges near to Scrabster lighthouse. Nice change from the constant stream of dabs.
A low water neap tide flyover on Sandside beach. The beach, in Caithness, is one of the furthest north on mainland Scotland and is a popular spot for local anglers targeting flounders and bass.
Fished from the fish market pier using sections of white rag from early morning dig. Lots of small dabs plus flounder, mackerel and even a tiny cod. Mackerel breaking the surface hunting sandeel and guillemots flying under water after the
Part of the Tronixpro luggage collection the double compartment quiver provides secure, protective, portable storage for the angler afloat or on the shore. For a number of years I have tried various rod holdalls and quivers for both boat and