How to Tie an Apple Green Caddis Emerger

Matt from Savage Flies shows the steps for an Apple Green Caddis Emerger, a pattern that is popular among anglers fishing Great Smoky Mountains National Park (and other places, of course). “Another fly pattern popular the Great Smoky Mountains, the Apple Green Caddis Emerger is an excellent spring pattern to try whenever the green caddis […]

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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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UK Kayak angling in the Bristol Channel

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Tips on Fly Fishing

Tips on Fly Fishing There are countless live-bait fishermens, that are superb athletes, yet the fly angler can exercise far better preservation from the get go. Essentially, fly angling is not just one of the fastest expanding sporting activities; it is among the leading types of saving natural deposits in addition to supplying marine leisure. […]

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Supermarket meat baits that fish really love!

WONDERING what baits to try next? Trying to keep your bait bills low? Make more effort to explore the aisles in your local supermarket… Meat fishing baits come in all shapes and sizes… including good old balls! There are countless shelves stacked with convenient products that work superbly, and there are meat baits galore! Some […]

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Lockdown latest round-up: venues reopen, match fishing can restart and tackle shops prepare for June 15

LOCKDOWN measures have been modified – and it was the positive news so many have been waiting for. In England only, Wednesday, May 13 signalled the start of people being  allowed to take unlimited exercise outdoors. People in England were able to enjoy parks and public spaces without having to exercise. Angling got the green […]

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Angling is now allowed – and British venues begin to reopen

LOCKDOWN measures have been modified – and it was the positive news so many have been waiting for. In England only, Wednesday, May 13 signalled the start of people being  allowed to take unlimited exercise outdoors. People in England can now enjoy parks and public spaces without having to exercise. Angling got the green light, […]

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Covid-19 prevents help after new angling venue’s fish kill

A FISHERY boss has been left to resolve a major fish death himself after the Environment Agency refused to visit due to coronavirus. Some of the dead fish at Dyehouse Ponds. Distraught Robert Rogerson was hoping to open his new Dyehouse Ponds, near Bradford, West Yorkshire, at the start of April. The Covid-19 pandemic and […]

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Review: Kodex Thorex Air Dry Bag

The Kodex Thorex Air Dry Bag comes under the beady eye of Angler’s Mail tackle editor Richard Howard. He’s the No.1 product inspector, checking out loads of quality kit every week. Description: mesh bag for air drying. Specifications: Thorex super-soft mesh; zip top; reinforced handles; 6 kg capacity; comes with a mini hook baits bag. […]

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Government and bank cash helps Angling Direct fishing chain during crisis

BRITAIN’S largest tackle shop chain has taken a £2.5million short-term bank loan to help its efforts to ride out the coronavirus crisis. Angling Direct how they are tackling the impact of coronavirus, as tackle shops everywhere await news of when they can reopen. The Angling Direct fishing tackle business has also put most of its […]

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