Best Spots to Find Trout and Bass

Ross Purnell, over at Fly Fisherman Magazine, put together this piece that aims to help beginning anglers identify habitat for trout and bass in rivers, streams, and creeks. Whether you’re fishing big water or small trickles, Purnell’s advice should help you find fish willing to take your fly. Read it in full here. The post Best Spots […]

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The ghost pepper angling obstacle! Difficulty a pal to a 1v1…

The ghost pepper angling obstacle! Difficulty a pal to a 1v1 angling competition- the loser has to consume a meal prepared by the champion utilizing ghost pepper warm sauce! Leo’s variation of this difficulty! – Gary Yamamoto 4″ Senko (environment-friendly pumpkin magic- bubblegum for Leo) http://amzn.to/2bDwX0J.- G loomis glx mrb 783C 6′ 6″ MH/f. – […]

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The very best methods to Choose A Fishing Rod And How To Mak…

The most effective means to Choose A Fishing Rod And How To Make It Last No professional athlete wins by large ability alone. A bowler requires a bowling round that examines as well as fits right in his hand. The precise very same opts for a fishermen as well as his angling pole. No matter […]

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New Record Yellowstone Cutthroat Caught

According to KTVB 7 in Boise, Idaho, a Texas angler named Sam Hix caught a 30.5-inch Yellowstone cutthroat trout from the Snake River on August 7. The fish was, thankfully, released to swim another day. This catch breaks the previous record, set in 2016, of a 28.5-inch Yellowstone cutthroat. Seeing these records break is good […]

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Tackle shops reopen and river season starts at angling’s ‘new normal’ marches on

TACKLE shops across the country have just reopened, and the river season has begun… putting angling fully into its ‘new normal’. Tackle shops open – after weeks of waiting, customers can go into tackle shops again. Most tackle shops put measures in place to be able to re-open their doors to customers on June 15. […]

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Lockdown isolation after stunning roach capture

ONE of the nation’s most successful specimen anglers was celebrating a fantastic moment before the lockdown… Phil Smith with his stunning 3 lb 9 oz roach. Veteran big fish ace Phil Smith bagged this 3 lb 9 oz roach, making it four venues from where he has tempted redfins of over 3 lb. Phil landed […]

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4 lb roach caught just before coronavirus lockdown

THE biggest roach in nearly four years was banked just before the UK went into lockdown – and here it is! Phil Spinks displays his 4 lb roach – what a fish! The 4 lb roach captor, specimen ace Phil Spinks, nearly didn’t bother to weigh the fish, as he accidentally caught it on a […]

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Have you ever caught one of these?

HAVE you ever caught one of these, or any other rarely-caught coarse species? The fish held by Jordan Grant is a bullhead, also known quaintly as a miller’s thumb. Jordan’s surprise came on Derbyshire’s River Erewash at Pinxton, just before the end of the rivers season. Of course, fishing everywhere is currently not possible due […]

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Massive river perch slams scales to 6 lb 3 oz – full story

MARK EDWARDS obliterated his perch PB with this 6 lb 3 oz Euro giant that equals the official British record. Holland perch fishing stunner – this super stripy scaled 6 lb 3 oz. Mark was on a three-day trip to Holland perch fishing trip with Classic Angling editor Keith Elliott. Mark, a  50-year-old engineer from […]

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Humans Built This Planet Hell. Hopefully We Can Help Some Species Adapt

This week the UN released a horrifying report–by the thousands of writers around the world–warning that a million species of plants and animals face extinction in the next few decades. That’s one in four species on this planet that could soon disappear. Virtually every human activity–agriculture, energy production, fishing, urbanization–is conspiring to destroy life on […]

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