Welcome to Fishing Tails

We are a rapidly expanding, multi-stream online sea and coarse angling resource, offering much more than your standard editorial that is familiar to print and online readers.

We go further than any other fishing website, as we enhance the user experience by including a video channel with professionally made content; live weather and tide information; a popular fishing forecast updated weekly; and the opportunity to meet and be guided in various fishing techniques by our experts.

Our idea is to keep the website as interesting as possible to show how diverse and fun sea and coarse angling can be.

If you think you have a Fishing Tail to tell please contact Sean or Adrian.

Sean McSeveny

Fishing Guide, Editor and Joint Owner of fishingtails.co.uk

Fishingtails.co.uk is edited and published by Sean McSeveney our resident expert fishing guide and all round fishing guru. He caught the largest fish on the first episode of TV’s King Fishers, runs the River Cottage fishing courses and has 40+ years sea angling experience. You can book a guiding session with Sean by emailing him at sean@fishingtails.co.uk.

Adrian Crawford

Technical Lead, Contributer and Joint Owner of fishingtails.co.uk

Fishingtails.co.uk is created and designed by our resident Web Designer and technical genius Adrian Crawford. Based in London he specialises in lure fishing and recently caught a record breaking 8lb 8oz Chub on the river Throop. You can contact Adrian to report any problems or issues with the site and for all things technical at ade@fishingtails.co.uk. To hire Adrian to turn your website into a modern clean site like this or this contact him at ade@1stade.co.uk.

Gavin Parsons

Contributor and Head Photographer for Fishing Tails

Gavin is a professional photojournalist,author, Contributor and Head Photographer for Fishing Tails. He has photographed the police while it rained bricks in Blackpool; and was the first British diver to photograph tiger sharks without a cage in South Africa.He is a land and underwater photographer and works as a photojournalist for media companies, NGOs, and commercial organisations as well as a few charities and is developing a new career as a videographer. Based near Dorchester, Gavin offers photographic courses to disseminate his knowledge to the public and is a regular contributor to Fishingtails with articles, images and videos. You can see more of his work at www.gavinparsons.co.uk