Jersey resident Daniel Ferguson appreciates the wonderful fishing that he has on his doorstep and he is keen for others to come and share in the great sport available to the boat angler.
The waters around the Channel Island of Jersey are well known for the terrific variety of species available to boat anglers. Daniel Ferguson relates a typical early season day afloat off the south west coast.
We hitch another exhilarating ride with Jersey-based lure and kayak expert, Keith White, as he explores different types of ‘boats’, essential equipment, and the vital importance of instruction and safety when indulging in this incredibly liberating form of sea fishing.
Light tackle pioneer, lure fishing maestro and boundary-pushing kayak fisherman, Keith White, explains the roots of HRF and LRF from a British perspective, and introduces readers to the fantastically rewarding world of extreme kayak fishing in the sea.
Shore angling should be at its best now but with very few anglers visiting the island it is hard to grab a handle on what is out there, in addition, post festival the locals are sticking to squidding off the
A short report this time but Alderney fishing can be superb at this time of year with many different species to target afloat and ashore. Ashore, the black bream have arrived, fish to 3lb 8oz in regular bags of up
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!
August is a cracking month for angling in Alderney, the only problem is that the island is crammed with the bucket and spade brigade, and with the locals joining in with the carnival frolics very little serious angling takes place.
The past month has just flown by and it seems like only 5 minutes since my last report. After an extended period of targeting turbot and brill interspersed with a bit of wrecking and tope fishing the Island’s main season