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But what's in the current 'Cod Special'? Let's take a look at issue 459...
Geordie match angler Steve Williams reveals how to coax a cod out of the kelp at Swine Dene on the Northumberland coast.
My Favourite Rods
With such a wide range of fishing rods available, it is little wonder that anglers want to know what's best. Chris Clark says it's all about style and ability.
Gearing Up For Chesil
Where do you start, what can you catch from what seems a vast stretch of sterile water? Bristol's Jansen Teakle is Sea Angler's guide to Chesil Beach, Dorset.
Prepare To Succeed
Paul Fenech says get your preparation right first time and your first cod will be just a cast away. Here he focuses on the correct knots and going fishing in the right weather conditions.
Get The Bait Right
As the winter cod season looms, Alan Yates asks: “Do you take bait for granted and are you restricting the number of fish you are going to catch due to poor bait management?”
Getting Into Gear For An All-Nighter
Thinking about fishing for cod in the dark? It might sound daunting, and yes you won't be able to see your lead hit the water, but the results can be spectacular compared with daytime sport. Here's some help to get you started.
Going To Their Head
Sea Angler asked some of the country's top shore anglers what headlamps they regularly use. There's probably one here that's just right for you.
Why Fishing From Shingle Makes You Tingle
Millions of rod hours must be spent fishing for winter cod and whiting, so here Sea Angler look at a typical scenario of catching Britain's favourite sea fish from a typical steeply shelving beach.
Sea Angler's shop window on what's new in the world of sea tackle.
The Sky's The Limit
The new Sonik NCT beach rods are simply out of this world, according to staff writes Paul Fenech, who took them to the beach for a test drive.
Daiwa's new Windcast fixed-spool reels will not only send your rig a long way, but will bring back a fish with ease.
What An Impact
After 35 years of production, the Breakaway Impact Lead just got better.
Rod, Reel And Lures
Pay £24.99 for a Shakespeare IN2 spinning or feathering rod or buy the two for an amazing £39.99.
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How are you scoring in the Sea Angler national match and clubman leagues?
Tell Sea Angler about the special fish you have caught – don't forget a photograph too – and you could win a Shimano Mission badge.
PLACES TO FISH
Stuck for a place to fish? Here are a few marks Sea Angler suggest you try.
Where To Fish
Sea Angler are the only monthly sea angling magazine that gives you an insight into where and what you could catch over the coming weeks.
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