Fishing’s Solution for Ocean Pollution

This is an interesting article that appears to be a well-sourced, coherent argument in favor of a new solution to an age-old problem – ghost fishing. Joe McCarthy, in his recent article for Global Citizen, writes that “an estimated 640,000 metric tons of fishing gear gets lost in the ocean every year, left to capture whatever crosses […]

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FOX RAPIDE LOAD – EXCLUSIVE DEMO OF CARP FISHING GADGET

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Fish Legal Acts Over Acid Spill Fish Kill

http://www.flyfishing.co.uk/fly-fishing-news/344945-fish-legal-acts-over-acid-spill-fish-kill.html New post uploaded on Flyfishing.co.uk: Fish Legal Acts Over Acid Spill Fish Kill

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Flashback Friday: My Grandfather’s Fly Rod

This week, I figured for our regular look back at fly fishing history, I’d share this great video from Suffering Outdoors. The man behind this YouTube channel restores and fishes his grandfather’s old bamboo fly rod, which was originally built in the 1940s. It’s a well-done video, and a reminder of the simplicity that got […]

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Angling Bait

Angling Bait There is such an array of lure that it is hard to suggest any type of specific shade, dimension, or kind as the very best. There are greater than a thousand great lures on the marketplace. All will certainly capture fish at time or an additional. Angling lures generally consider from 1/4 to […]

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Teenager who murdered angler found dead in cell

A THUG jailed for life for killing an angler was found dead in his cell. Lenny Crawt, who was found dead in prison. Lenny Crawt was convicted in March 2019, aged just 18, of the murder of Scott Wilkinson in July 2016. Scott, 48, was on a fishing session on the River Thames near Walton-on-Thames, […]

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Super hectic pike action using hi-tech gadget

LEE SPILLARD enjoyed a hectic first day back on the water when he caught this 20 lb pike in a huge haul of predators. A Strike Pro Miuras Mouse, after some work with a Garmin device, lured a shared 30-fish catch from Cumbria’s Lake Windermere. Tackling up just after angling was back across England, Lee […]

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Environment Agency fisheries work halted in coronavirus crisis

THE Environment Agency have confirmed fisheries staff are not working as normal – but will come out to real emergencies. Funded by rod licence money, anglers are keen to see as much EA fisheries support and enforcement work carrying on, safely. But the Covid-19 outbreak has caused real challenges for EA fisheries staff. The Great […]

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Anglers told to ‘stay safe, stay home’ during coronavirus crisis

THE Angling Trust has issued a further statement for anglers who have been trying to understand exactly where they stand during the deepening coronavirus crisis. Jamie Cook of the Angling Trust has been busy trying to get answers and share information during the coronavirus crisis. Jamie Cook, Angling Trust chief executive, reminded anglers to ‘stay […]

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Tiny lift bites result in huge specimen roach haul

ROACH ace Charlie Kemmett spotted the slightest lift bites while float fishing, but he hit them, to put together this amazing haul of specimen redfins. Charlie Kemmett with his impressive Winkton roach haul. Fishing at Winkton on the Hampshire Avon, Charlie is pictured above holding his best fish, of 3 lb 1 oz. The others […]

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