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  1. Something for the More Adventurous – Sea Fishing Off Mauritius !

    Article written by Mark Osborne - FRICS, FAAV, MBAE 15 November 2014

    Half Term holiday saw the four of us travel to The Residence at Belle Mare on the East Coast of Mauritius.  This is a really classy luxury Hotel in an enviable position on a long golden beach and with excellent Read the Rest…

  2. Getting in to Game Fishing

    Article written by William Church 01 May 2014

    This is quite a difficult article to write. In reality, the way you get into game fishing is entirely dependent upon your disposable income, and where you live. I am assuming that you are starting to read this article from Read the Rest…

  3. Sea-Lice are out of Control on Fish-Farms

    Article written by Salmon and Trout Association 19 September 2013

    As the damage being caused to wild salmon and sea trout in Scotland continues, the Salmon & Trout Association (Scotland) (S&TA(S)) has analysed aggregated sea lice data published by the Scottish Salmon Producers Organisation (SSPO), in its first two quarterly Read the Rest…

  4. Bass Before Work

    Article written by William Church 18 July 2013

    The bass season has finally started for me. It has been very late coming to the south coast I am led to understand, however there are now fish showing up one by one. I am progressing with my plan to Read the Rest…

  5. Testwood Grand Slam

    Article written by Fieldsports Magazine 13 June 2013

    Despite staying up to watch the Olympics opening ceremony, my fisherman’s alarm clock didn’t let me down, waking me half an hour before I needed to be up. And with the possibility of salmon, sea trout and brownies on the Read the Rest…

  6. Bass on the Fly

    Article written by William Church 30 May 2013

    The change in weather over the weekend, along with a gentle offshore wind, has brought about conditions that bass fishers have been waiting for all year. The change from hard crashing surf beaches, to warmer conditions and clearer water brings Read the Rest…

  7. Doesn’t Time Fly

    Article written by William Church 16 May 2013

    It’s that time again….. As any seasoned angler will tell you, the mayfly hatch is one of the most welcomed events of the year. For many, it spells the start of the trout season and the end of a cold Read the Rest…

  8. Look out there is a Kayak About!

    Article written by Max Bond 29 November 2012

    Stop Press ! – Kayak fishing is taking the world by storm and even England is now enjoying a huge increase in it’s popularity. This method gives the angler the independence and opportunity to fish places impossible to reach with Read the Rest…

  9. River Teme

    Article written by Severn River Trust 22 November 2012

    River Teme/ Afon Tefeidiad Site of Special Scientific Interest Restoration Plan The River Teme/Afon Tefeidiad is one of the best sandstone and mudstone rivers in Britain, supporting a diverse range of plants, fish, insects and mammals. In recognition of its Read the Rest…

  10. Birthday Fishing

    Article written by William Church 27 September 2012

    I have loved charter boat fishing since, at the age of 10, I was sent off by my grandfather on a boat full of gruff Yorkshiremen for a day wreck fishing off Whitby. I was properly looked after on that Read the Rest…