Capturing Pike with Mahseer Tackle – Fishing Britain, episod…

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Tips on Kayak Fishing It takes a lengthy time to come to be …

Tips on Kayak Fishing It takes a lengthy time to come to be a professional in kayak angling. The duration of instruction, which should be offered in order to change the beginner right into a professional kayak fishermen can be dissuading and also usually runs right into years. Concerning the nearby point to a route […]

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Awesome run of success with big rudd

HOW about this for a catch of stunners… one of the largest rudd braces ever landed, scaling 4 lb 7 oz and 3 lb 7 oz. Big rudd joy – Josh Dorka’s 4 lb 7 oz stunner. Tackle shop worker Josh Dorka added a third big rudd of 3 lb 1 oz to complete an […]

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Meet Supergran – the veteran angler who loves bagging up

ANGLING-MAD Irene Peacock is our very own supergran – and she loves bagging up! Irene Peacock is angling’s Supegran. Supergran Irene is 79-years-young and is fishing as often as possible, despite having to walk to her local venue as she no longer drives. Dorking-based Irene, who has four children and ten grandchildren, mainly fishes her […]

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Javier Bardem: the Antarctic’s penguins need us

(CNN)I have a picture in my head. It’s impossible to fully convey, but it is a part of me. Twenty years later, this image now exists only in my head and in my heart. You’re probably reading this on your phone. Or maybe your computer screen. The world around you is frozen. The light of […]

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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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Suspicionless searches of travelers’ electronics ruled unconstitutional

Suspicionless searches of travelers’ electronic devices at U.S. ports of entry are unconstitutional, a federal court in Boston ruled on Tuesday. The decision was made after a lawsuit was brought forth by numerous civil liberties groups on behalf of 11 individuals who had their phones and laptops searched by federal agents. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘inline_1’); }); […]

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Big carp haul was a fitting send-off to Uncle Brian

THIS jumbo carp, and others, made for a fitting send-off to an in-form angler’s Uncle Brian. The Avenue fishing lake has some stunners, including this 56 lb 4 oz common carp during an eventful trip for Craig McEvoy. Carp ace Craig McEvoy ended a brilliant year with the personal best common called Ellie of 56 […]

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British record barbel of 21 lb 2 oz quietly enters history lists

THE specimen world was shocked when it read all about a new British record barbel that was accepted at the end of 2019. Colin Smithson’s 21 lb 2 oz British record barbel was accepted by the British Record Fish Committee at their final meeting of 2019. Colin Smithson caught his 21 lb 2 oz British […]

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This huge pike was even longer than new World record!

SHOCK news of a new World record pike from the Czech Republic brought another huge Eastern European specimen to the fore – and this one was even longer! The world pike record could have been this giant caught in Bulgaria. The giant that we can show you here – also possibly the world pike record […]

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