Sea Fishing Articles

Underarm Cast

Pier fishing is a great spectator sport. Gives me a laugh, anyway. The matches on Southend pier are fraught with incident mainly because it is mandatory to perform an underarm cast, rather than the more usual 'wallop it overhead' stylie. There are, more often than not and especially in decent weather, punters walking the mile


By Chris Douglas; So how do we know that the winter is setting in ? Well apart from the lack of sun and the nights getting longer it is the arrival of the Whiting, these are the start of the winter season for most anglers. The summer is slow with very few fish being landed

Extreme Kayak Fishing!

By Gabe Brown It all started on the morning of Tuesday the 8th of May. I got a call from Darren around 8:30. He asked if I wanted to take my kayaks and paddle about a half a mile off Muir beach with our fishing poles and a case of anchovies. Well, having the liberal

All At Sea In The Thames Estuary

Usually, corporate days out are organised to take place in civilised surroundings – a gentle game of golf, perhaps, ending up in the Club House for a few beers at the end of the day. Or, a cricket match, with a similar venue for the aftermath. Chris Harvey, however, decided that he had had enough

Kent Mullet Fishing; The River Medway 1998/9

Article by Rob Ness 98 Season Following a five-year "experiment"of fishing the river Medway for carp, and having achieved a progression of ambitions from initially catching a river carp, to eventually catching fish to over 25lbs, I began to look for a fresh fishing challenge within the Kent area. Having previously lived in Christchurch and