Ronnie Campbell has been involved in common skate fishing around Oban for many years. His expertise in the targeting, capture and release of these monstrous elasmobranch species is renowned throughout the UK and Europe. I was fortunate to be among a group
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.
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
Andy Loble is constantly up for a challenge when it comes to fishing. He has always had a thing for adrenaline sports and feels there should be no reason why you can’t add a bit of excitement to your fishing.
Since the fishery was first discovered by members of the Caithness Sea Angling Association in the early 90’s the north coast porbeagle shark fishing has quietly simmered away off the radar. Top Scottish rod Scott Gibson tells the tale of
Well, that's the Western Isles open competitions over for another year, a huge thanks to everyone who took part in the competition, especially all those who made their way across the Minch to Stornoway, making sure it was a fantastic
Ron Angel goes common Skate fishing out from Oban, Scotland on the Charter boat, Laura Dawn 2 with legendary skipper, Ronnie Campbell.
This year's EFSA Scotland Cod Championships at Arbroath turned into a real battle of the Champions as previous winners Peter Redshaw, Steve Souter, Scott Gibson, Billy Murray and Jim Henderson, as well as reigning EFSA Individual Champion, Robbie Robertson, were
First try with DSLR video, just some footage while shooting stills. 29th December 2014 out of Oban on the Laura Dawn II skippered by Ronnie Campbell
We left Oban slipway at 09:00 aboard the Laura Dawn II skippered by Ronnie Campbell on a bright but sharp December morning. By ten o’clock the boat had settled at anchor and the baits were on their way to the