06 May 2017

Tralee Bay Conservation Measures

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

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28 Sep 2016

Jigging for Cod, Pollock, and Mackerel

The Thundermist Lures team are out fishing the saltwaters of Green Harbor and they’re light tackle jigging for cod, pollock, wrasse and mackerel. Baited up with stingnose jigging spoons, and flexi-jigs.

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22 Jun 2016

Graham Smith takes Kayak porbeagle

Kayak angler Graham Smith hooks up to an Irish porbeagle shark in this all action video.

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27 Mar 2016

Lure Colors Pt 4: Choosing Lures For Use In Dirty Water

Part 4 of 4. Lure color selection explained. Find out how waves affect the visibility of lure colors and use this information to make the best lure color selection on a given day.

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26 Mar 2016

Lure Colors Part 3: How Waves Affect Lure Color Visibility

Lure color selection explained. Find out how waves affect the visibility of lure colors and use this information to make the best lure color selection on a given day. Part 3 of 4.

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25 Mar 2016

Lure Colors Part 2: How Water Depth Affects Lure Color Visibility

Part 2 of a series of 4. Lure color selection explained. Get factual, scientific information on how lure colors look to fish and why some lure colors work better than others.

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24 Mar 2016

Lure Colors Part 1: Understand How Lure Colors Look To Fish

Lure color selection explained. Get factual, scientific information on how lure colors look to fish and why some lure colors work better than others. Part 1 in a series of 4.

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05 Jul 2015

Cobia – Fish of a Lifetime

?The guys at Morning Tide relate the tale of the catch and release of a fish of a lifetime sized cobia.

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19 May 2015

Pout City

Fascinating underwater footage of the wreck of the hospital ship Warilda, torpedoed in the English Channel.

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18 Feb 2015

Don’t mess with the bobbit worm

Bobbit Worms are a very strange nocturnal predatory worm. They have most of their bodies buried in the sand, with just their frightening looking pincers showing.

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