Issue 444 of Sea Angler is now on the shelf, with the cover promising to show you how to catch your first cod in 2009. Also mentioned are a brand new boat for £1,600, wild water bass action, and an £80 saving on a bass outfit.
In the editor’s introduction, there’s mention of a North East angler being prosecuted under Section 2(i) Amenity Act 1978. It appears that setting tyres as crab shelters now falls under the definition of “abandonment of cars or parts of cars”. Incredible!
Here’s what’s detailed in the contents page:
Sit On Your Hands To Catch Rays – Find out why ray fishing is a waiting game.
Remember, It Is www.seangler.com – Enjoy The Magazine? Visit Sea Angler online.
Norman’s Life Has Been An Education – Norman Dunlop has brought Irish sea angling to the attention of anglers around the world.
It’s A ‘Hole’ New Game – Dave Lewis joins television angler John Wilson in Norway.
The Cod Are Calling – The marks around Cloughton Wyke in Yorkshire.
Smash And Grab Out Of The Blue – Henry Gilbey shows why bass like a bit of rough water.
Open All Hours – Weymouth Angling Centre
Entering Hostile Territory – Fishing into rough ground for the first time can be a nightmare, so Paul Fenech shows you how to survive and catch.
Moving Up A Gear – Alan Yates shows you how to move up the ladder for autumn sport.
Masterclass – Break a few rules if you want to enjoy catching more fish.
Serious Bass Fishing Takes Time – It’s time to cast short, sit and wait for bass.
Tackle Shop – A shop window full of brand new fishing kit.
Special Spinning Gear Offer – Rod, reel, lines and lures for £79.99. Buy now and save over £86!
Ian’s A Wizard With Rigs – Meet Ian Houlton, the man behind Moonfleet Angling rigs.
Doing The Continental – Sonik now offers anglers 14, 15 and 16ft beach rods.
Come And Join The Party – Glasgow Angling Centre throws open its doors to celebrate its 21st birthday.
Bright Ideas – Here are a few bright lighting ideas from Alan Yates.
PLACES TO FISH
Where To Fish – Find out where the fish will be feeding.
Major Marks – The focus is on three fabulous fishing marks.
Wrecks, Wind Farms And Fish – What you can catch and where in the Thames Estuary.
Win A Fishing Trip To Jersey – Catch a specimen fish on a Rapala lure and you could find yourself fishing on Jersey.
Penn Sea League – Whose names are top of the Premier, Division One and Clubman?
Shimano Mission – That fish of a lifetime could win you a coveted mission badge.
On top of that, there is a 37-page Boat Angler pull out, packed with boat fishing advice.
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