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.
Last Thursday night members of Lancashire Sea Fishing Facebook Group, Mark Thompson, Steve Elton, Steven Prior and Alex Mackenzie fished over low water at Clevelys. They found the fishing very slow, with the only fish of note a plaice for
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.
South Wales Kayak Anglers are pleased to announce that Palm Equipment and Escape Watersports are collaborating in sponsoring the 2014 Oxwich Kayak fishing competition, this is the 5th year that competition has been run and all profits go to the
Nothing really beats the pleasure of a day out on the open water – where there is nothing but you, nature, and the soothing sounds of the sea, and of course, a hectic time with the fish.
Heroes On The Water UK (HOW UK) is a charity that provides Kayak Angling to our wounded military and members of the public who have suffered whilst carrying out a public duty.
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.
Sea angling Kayak design followed more or less the same standard blueprint until the arrival of the innovative Freedom Hawk range, which changed everything.
Understanding tides is critical if putting to sea in a kayak. Neil Turnball explains what essential publications kayakers need to make sense of tides before giving a thought to getting wet. After your first few trips on your kayak you’ll