An interesting session and growing passion for fly fishing leaves Nathaniel questioning why is he not salt water fly fishing for Bass?
This spring I've been putting a lot of time and focus into my fly fishing focusing on catching brown trout on my local Welsh rivers and streams. I started my efforts a week after the opening of the Welsh trout season (3rd march) to be greeted by a fairly high river that was toe-numbingly cold... Continue Reading →
The market is flooded with reels but there’s always been two brands that to anglers are on top, Shimano and Daiwa. For a long time if you said to many lure fishermen, what spinning reel for around £50 they’d tell you the Shimano Exage was the number one option... But Daiwa has thrown a spanner... Continue Reading →
HTO, a sister brand of the UK tackle distributor and manufacturer TronixPro have been producing some excellent entry level lure rods for quite some time now. However, it is with their new range of "Shore Game" rods that saw them step into the premium rod market, producing rods specifically designed for our Bass lure fishing here in the... Continue Reading →
It's been great seeing the engagement and views from this series and hope I can continue with this, but as promised here comes part 3, where this week we look at my top surface lures. If you missed out on the previous articles here is part one and two. Surface Lures Fishing for Bass with... Continue Reading →
Following on from last weeks post (here if you missed it) comes part 2, this week I would like to share with you the soft plastic lures that have become my go-to and that I trust to the point that they come out with me every trip throughout the Bass season... Weightless Soft Plastic Lures... Continue Reading →
Scrolling through Facebook this week I was astonished to see the title "The Indiscriminate Slaughter Of Dolphins On Our Doorstep" shared by the Save Our Seabass Organisation. The post boasted obscene hard-hitting figures stating "From January through March an average of 6,000 dolphins are killed each year on France’s west coast"...as I continued to read up on... Continue Reading →