Boat Fishing Monthly

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Boat Fishing Monthly

Boat Fishing Monthly is the only dedicated magazine to the boat fishing world. Whether you are a boat owner or a charter boat user, you will find the pages of useful information in every issue will help you improve your boat fishing skills. Each issue includes advice on where to fish, the best baits, rigs and tackle to use, information on different species, tackle and boat maintenance.

Here’s a summary of the key features this month…


Steve’s Angle
Steve Copollo gives us his spin on the superb fishing related television that’s been on recently, like Hugh’s Fish Fight.


Spring into Action
BFM Editor, Dave Barham, travels to Penarth to fish the Bristol Channel, where he discovers that everything is alive and well with plenty of codling putting in an appearance.

Fresh v Frozen
Phil Williams reveals his thoughts from experience and experiments to decide whether frozen black lug is better than fresh.

Sticky Fingers
Reports suggest that marine theft is on the increase. Simon Everett investigates…

London Boat Show Roundup
BFM editor, Dave Barham, reveals the latest innovations that he found at this year’s London International Boat Show.

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Gear Bag
Des Westmore reveals his thoughts on the new Snowbee Deep Blue multiplier and a great hook sharpener from Red Steel.

Tackle Locker
This month we check out the latest offerings from Abu, TronixPro and Shimano.


Tested – The 30ft Antares Flybridge
Simon Everett enjoys the good life as he tests this rather plush new boat.

Essential Electronics
We check out the Garmin GPSMap 620 plotter/sat nav and the new Watchmate 850 from Vesper Marine.

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