Sea Fishing Articles

Using a Bread Bag for Mullet

Using a Bread Bag for Mullet – Science, Art or Philosophy? An experienced eye can pick an expert mullet angler out from quite a distance. Usually fishing apart from other anglers and fishing in a totally different way. The real evidence is the landing net and the long thin rod. Other signs might include the

Mullet – Frequently Asked Questions

(Responses prepared by Leon Roskilly • last Updated April 2003) What tackle do I need to catch mullet? Coarse anglers will be at an advantage tackle wise. For basic mullet fishing you will need: · A coarse match rod, suitable for tench/chub/small carp * · 6lb Line · strong hooks, around size 8/10, preferably short-shanked

Pier Fishing

More and more seaside councils are seeing the economic benefit and tourist pulling power that piers have. The derelict and decaying Victorian structures are being looked at in new light and being refurbished to their former glory to swell the ranks of existing piers. This is good news for sea anglers, for piers are not

Mullet – More Frequently Asked Questions

Continued from http://www.anglersnet.co.uk/Sea-Fishing-Articles/mullet_faq_one.html I’ve seen plenty of mullet feeding from a sewer-pipe, is that a good place to catch them? Yes, if you’ve got a strong stomach and are willing to take the risk of catching something nasty! If the sight of all those feeding mullet is too irresistible for you, please remember that you

Bass

LOCAL NAMESSalmon-bass in Wales, sea salmon in Cornwall. Bass under 2lbs are called "school bass", south coast and English Channel e referred to as "checkers". IDENTIFICATIONCarries two dorsal fins, the first with 8 or 9 sharp spines evident. A streamlined body shape with large scales. Also sharp spines on the rear of the gill cover