Interest in LRF has exploded over the last few months, and anglers of all ages are queuing up to get involved in this uncomplicated and exciting style of fishing.
Angling adrenaline junkie, Bruce McDonald visits the incredible location of Ascension Island in the South Atlantic Ocean where he successfully battles yellowfin tuna from the shore, and locks horns with a whole host of other tackle-testing species.
Savage Gear Cutbait Herring lures are so well finished that when Davy Proudfoot first saw them he didn’t know whether to fish with them or frame them!
They’re tough, they’re bright and they appropriately swim like fish. Steve Souter discusses the brand new Gilly Eel lures exclusive to top on-line retailer Ocean Tackle Store.
Accomplished boat anglers Ian McLean and Mike Patten are pernickety when it comes to plastics for general pollack, bass and cod fishing. The pair are seldom seduced by new ‘wonder’ lures, but Ian tells how Red Gill EVO Sandeels have really rocked their boat.
Alex McDonald works on the world famous Red Gill brand of lures and is one of a number of anglers charged with putting all new prototypes through their fishing paces. His latest task was to get afloat and tow some
A colourful selection of new Lightning Leaded Twintail lures is the latest addition to the range at onlinelures.co.uk. Davy Proudfoot put them to work over several boat trips out of Scrabster where they accounted for impressive numbers of cod and
Shamrock Fishing Tackle have added several colourful new rigs to their already expansive range. Boat angler David Proudfoot runs the rule over some new introductions by the Irish company. Shamrock’s range of feather rigs is now well established and one
Sussex angler Neil Pead is a bass fishing fanatic whose particular addiction is casting plugs from the multitude of marks around his home. Plugging tackle and the method basics are simple as Neil explains. I get more raw enjoyment from
The humble Norwegian eel design may be older than the hills but this unassuming lure is ideally suited to fishing above a pirk. What they lack in looks and finesse, they make up for in unflinching longevity, and they are