A bizarre little session fishing tiny metal jigs over sand. The catch was predominately Whiting ranging between 8 and 14cm. 20 of them in fact. More
Using Metal Jigs is one of the most active and exciting methods in the LRF arsenal. Metal Jigs are available in a wide array of shapes, sizes and colours and can be fitted with small treble hooks, singles, or assists. The are normally cast out or jigged vertically in deep water. Sink-and-draw is a successful technique and fish will often attack the metal lure on-the-drop.
Great start to the season with some marvellous conditions facilitating targeting of the Black Bream on light tackle. This plucky male fish was fooled into attacking a 5g HTO Shore Jig. Fantastic sport on my Hyper Sniper T
Glad to report that the inshore fishing has picked up on the South Coast with the usual suspects now falling to a range of light lure techniques. More
Recycled an old, yellow, Deps version of the Meiho 318DD box. One side is perfect for standard-sized packets of bits. 00-sized split rings, micro assist hooks and the like. While the other side stores a good number of nano metals More
One of the many highlights and discoveries in Japan was finding a growing choice of what can only be described as 'nano metals'. Those weighing under 3.5 grams. More