Whether I was fishing the latest must-have Japanese rockfishing tecnique, or just posh float fishing, I don’t know. But I really enjoyed fishing a small estuary system yesterday with the hope of a flounder or mullet. Instead this little bass obliged. I’d like to try it again.More
Arguably the Bass is the nations favourite sea fish to target with lures. With this cagey adversary, LRF tackle and techniques can offer an advantage in terms of stealth and subtlety. Find a shoal of even smallish Bass and expect a huge amount of fun catching them on lightly fished soft-plastics and metals. Make sure you’ve set your drag correctly!
Really feels like LRF is firing now. The water feels alive. Loads of mini sandeel and fry about. With it a huge amount of aggressive species. Good array of fish hitting non-flavoured lures. Nice to see the shoal bass have returned. Could this be why I didn’t catch a single goby all weekend? Or maybe just out-competed by the wrasse. More
The mileometer said 620 miles, but all except the trip home flew by. Cornwall, you are incredible. More
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I was bored at work yesterday afternoon and decided to see if I could answer the question, “which is the most popular UK predator?” There’s no denying that interest in predator fishing, especially lure fishing is exploding in the UK right now, but which predators really interest anglers the most? More
Drove down to Portsmouth last night to catch up with Dan and Chris. Would have been rude not to do a little Night Game.
Rainy night but wind was much lower than forecast. Fairly pleasant. 6 species in total. Bonus was a little Bass that beat the Pollack to a white Aqua Straight OTD.
As ever, find floodlights for the most fun.