Fishing Antigua

Leo Toms
  · Leo Toms  · June 15, 2016

Apologies for the lack of posts over the last  few weeks as I’ve been working lots of hours and not doing much fishing. I needed to bank some money for the holiday of a lifetime I had booked. Lying just off the coast of Venezuela is the jewel in the caribbean crown the tiny tropical [...]

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The traditional fisherman

Dan Rogers
  · Dan Rogers  · April 14, 2016

So I’m the traditional Welsh Coracle Fisherman who was lucky enough to be part of the BBC 2 series Earth’s Wildest Water’s The Big Fish.  A Coracle is a small rudderless bowl shaped boat which is light enough to carry and maneuverable enough to get where traditional rod and line anglers can’t reach either from the shore [...]

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Bronze Whaler Shark fishing Namibia

Dean Lodge
  · Dean Lodge  · March 9, 2016

I’m sure like most anglers I’ve got a bucket list of fish I want to catch. For me i’ve always wanted to catch ten species all above the magical 100lb mark. The list so far stands at four which include 360lb Sturgeon, 169lb Wells Catfish, 100lb Stingray & 174lb Common Skate, so six remain and I [...]

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Fishing Skjervoy Norway Part 1 With Boat Angler Allan Yates

Allan Yates
  · Allan Yates  · February 18, 2016

Venturing to Norway in search of huge cod is a dream fishing trip for me and high up on my bucket list. I’ve thought about a trip for a long time because among the cod would be the chance to catch halibut, coalies, wolfish and a few nice plaice too. So when a spare place [...]

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A Honeymoon with Tigers

Jo Stephenson
  · Jo Stephenson  · February 3, 2016

Like I’m sure most fishing minded people do, I have a massive bucket list of fish I wish to catch one day. Golden dorado, GT, Atlantic Salmon, Tarpon, Grayling, and Redfish to name a few, and at the top of my list for some time was the African Tiger Fish. When I got engaged in [...]

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Kayak fishing in Norway

Irene Hodgson
  · Irene Hodgson  · February 1, 2016

You might think that my first fishing report would be on or around Northumberland, but no I’ve decided on Norway, we’ve all seen some cracking monsters being hauled in on the boaand even the shore fishing is producing some belters. So here’s my Norwegian tale, hope you enjoy. Ok here we go… After good flights [...]

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Unfished waters in Papa New Guinea

Dan Konig
  · Dan Konig  · January 21, 2016

It is safe to say, that my trip to Eastern Fields in Papua New Guinea was one of the trips I’d most anticipated of all. The main drawcard of this trip along with any trip of an exploratory nature, was the opportunity to cast lures into waters that had never before seen a cast – [...]

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Fishing in India – Part 1

Sam Wadman
  · Sam Wadman  · January 13, 2016

‘Sunset through the palm trees in Goa’ India is a truly incredible country that I instantly fell in love with when I first visited back in 2006. With a population now estimated at 1.3 billion people, visiting is always an interesting experience and it’s a melting pot of ethnicities and religions too. The dialect can [...]

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My Passion for Angling

Sam Wadman
  · Sam Wadman  · December 15, 2015

     ‘A dawn scene on the West coast of India’ When Sean first asked me if I’d like to write some stuff for this site I was pretty chuffed. I’ve always enjoyed writing about my fishing as it happens, so I’m grateful for being given this platform from which to share my passion with you. I’m just a regular [...]

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Bass fishing in Morocco

Dan Konig
  · Dan Konig  · April 14, 2015

Last night I got back from a long awaited trip to Morocco. As with any trip which involves fishing I was well and truly excited for it, however enthusiasm was even higher than normal for this trip for a number of reasons, including some respite from the cold of London and the opportunity to test [...]

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Lure fishing for GT’s and other monsters in Oman.

Sean McSeveny
  · Sean McSeveny  · February 28, 2015

Late last year I was out in Southern Oman, fishing with the excellent No Boundaries operation. The aim of the game was to try out some new tackle, have some good laughs, and most importantly, catch some world class fish! I was fishing with some Australian mates Tim van Bockxmeer (who I’d previously fished with [...]

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Top five Deep Sea fishing destinations in Spain

Sean McSeveny
  · Sean McSeveny  · February 22, 2015

Spain is one of the most famous tourist destinations in the world, especially for British tourists. What makes Spain so special is its weather, culture and amazing beaches. One other thing that make Spain a top destination for a summer vacation is fishing. Fishing is fantastic in Spain, especially deep sea fishing from most of [...]

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Fishing the Florida Keys

Sean McSeveny
  · Sean McSeveny  · November 28, 2013

Florida, the Sunshine State, a destination where the sunny skies, warm temperatures and blue seas packed full of fish cannot fail to appeal to the British angler, especially in the midst of a damp and grey UK winter. This was the destination for Rich and I on our latest fishing adventure, seven days of fishing [...]

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Fishfishme find and book fishing charters around the world

Sean McSeveny
  · Sean McSeveny  · November 21, 2013

I don’t know about you, but when I get the chance to go on holiday one of the first things I do is find out where I can go fishing. I love taking the opportunity to get out on a charter boat and target some of the exotic sporting species that swim the oceans. A [...]

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Carp fishing in the Costa Blanca

Sean McSeveny
  · Sean McSeveny  · January 22, 2013

A few years ago I left the UK to live in Spain, where I stayed for almost 3 years. For most of that time I worked as a fishing guide and charter skipper. I thought I would share some of my fishing experiences from my time in Spain. I still go back to Spain on [...]

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Fishing the River Ebro in Spain for Catfish and Carp

Sean McSeveny
  · Sean McSeveny  · January 22, 2013

Although this post is a bit old and from my time as a fishing guide in Spain, it highlights just how good the fishing is on the Ebro. What I have not touched on is the fantastic predator fishing on the river, especially the Zander. My friend Lee and a couple of other customers, Warren [...]

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Fishing the Fraser River in Canada for White Sturgeon

Sean McSeveny
  · Sean McSeveny  · November 25, 2012

Right now I am sat in the departure lounge in Manaus in Brazil, looking forward to getting home. Some of you guys know that I have been away for the past couple of weeks filming a program that will go out on National Geographic Channel in the spring of next year. I am not allowed [...]

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