If you are not sure whether floating beads are effective this short video shows them in action. The oval beads in this case are 15mm long and 7mm at their widest. The rig is pinned by the camera at one
For this latest episode the From the Waters Edge crew headed back down to Essex to fish with their good friend Phil White, aboard his boat the Chinook III. They had one species in mind, the thornback ray or skate/roker
Had bait left over from a blank session at Reiss last night so nipped down to Thurso beach this morning. Plenty of action from dabs, flounders and an unusual daylight LSD. Only the one dab on lazy LRF, LRF that
Dean Dickinson and son Daniel head out to target South African gully sharks from the shore.
Dabs are following me around this season. Tried a switch to Dwarwick pier and found them there too, unfortunately strings of creels are limiting the casting area. Evening tides tend to be busy with mackerel fishers just now. First attempt
A couple of grey gurnards from the rock ledges near to Scrabster lighthouse. Nice change from the constant stream of dabs.
A low water neap tide flyover on Sandside beach. The beach, in Caithness, is one of the furthest north on mainland Scotland and is a popular spot for local anglers targeting flounders and bass.
Fished from the fish market pier using sections of white rag from early morning dig. Lots of small dabs plus flounder, mackerel and even a tiny cod. Mackerel breaking the surface hunting sandeel and guillemots flying under water after the
Tralee Bay is a breeding ground for sharks, skates and rays and has been for thousands of years. In the 1960s, up to 700Kg of these creatures would be caught in the first hour alone of fishing competitions, all of