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Stuart Morgan had the guest session to dream about when he visited Wingham Carp Lake. His first fish was Black Spot, the biggest in the water, and bottomed out his own 60lb scales. Weighed on a set of 120lb Reubens the needle hovered on the 60lb mark, so an honest Stuart called it 59-14. Stuart
No, it's not April. No, this isn't a joke. Apparently, this footage was shot recently just one mile from shore near Selsey, West Sussex. Take a look at the video! We spotted this story on the Dave Barham Fishing Facebook page. Be sure to give them a 'Like' and watch this one unfold....
Snugpak's Cocoon scoops the Sleeping category prize Snugpak, the UK's leading sleeping bag and insulated clothing manufacturer, has been announced as the WINNER of the Sleeping category at the UK Outdoor Industry Awards 2017 for its innovative Hammock Cocoon. Snugpak's Hammock Cocoon (RRP £79.95) is a unique all in one insulation system, designed to keep
The modernisation of wild fisheries management will still require substantial effort and collaboration from a range of stakeholders, Scottish Land & Estates has said. The organisation has said that whilst it welcomed clarification on a number of issues, including the decision not to overhaul the structure and remit of District Salmon Fishery Board – as
Sussex IFCA News Release Sussex seas are better protected now thanks to the work of fisheries managers the fishing sector and the wider community. Working at a local level with the community to find solutions, Sussex Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority (IFCA) has brought in management for commercial and recreational fisheries to achieve real benefits