LRF tackle and techniques cross over perfectly for freshwater species. None more so than the beautiful Perch. Over the past few years, more and more freshwater anglers have tried – and enjoyed – an ultralight approach to their lure fishing for Perch, many adopting LRF tackle and techniques. Subsequently, Dropshot and Micro Jigging have become hugely popular for Perch. Perch offer the LRF angler a fantastic target during the colder months of the year, when our coastline is at its quietest.
Without doubt, George Cunningham has had a huge influence on the state of light lure fishing here in the UK. George’s homegrown HTO brand has made it possible for thousands of people to try out LRF and ultralight fishing, without breaking the bank, discovering the addictive fun of these methods. By all accounts, the HTO Rockfish UL remains one of the best selling spinning rods of all time. So, when my threat of taking George Perch fishing on the Kennet & Avon finally looked like a goer last week, we were both really looking forward to it. More
We’re approaching the end of 2014 and it’s a good time to review what’s worked and what hasn’t worked this year. If I think back to my competition angling, one rod stands head and shoulders above the rest as my best performing lure rod – the Major Craft Turel TUS-T762. More
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