Species-chasing Mark Harding tops a landmark 40 species en route to what he hopes will be a magical final year’s total of 50… or maybe even more!
After three weeks lording it in the Florida Keys, Mark Harding returned suntanned and refreshed to continue his challenge to root out no less than 50 different species from around the Alderney coast.
Mark Harding’s obsessive quest to top 50 species in a year ashore and afloat in Alderney waters enters a testing period during the generally dull month of March. Unperturbed though, our man goes to lunatic extremes to try and catch
Species-chasing Mark Harding looks back at a tough February’s shore fishing that wasn’t without its surprises. A matter of weeks into his 12 month mission to crack 50 species from the waters around Alderney, and he is already halfway to
Alderney tackle shop owner Mark Harding embarks on a 12-month fishing mission to notch 50 species from shore, boat and kayak. He will target different fish each month, and January’s experiences ensure he is under no illusions about the difficulty
The Alderney turbot season has taken off with a big bang. Local angler Mark Harding has been right in the thick of the action and brings you a hot-off-the-press feature report. Being stuck at work when the sun is out
Mark Harding thinks global warming may be the reason for increasing numbers of Couch’s bream and notable catches of the same. Here the Alderney angler reveals his tips for rooting out this hard fighting and colourful adversary. There is a
Namibia’s Skeleton Coast is a paradise place of fishing dreams, as Alderney tackle dealer Mark Harding recounts on his return from an unforgetable fish and wildlife safari. Namibia is somewhere I have long wanted to revisit, and to my better