The April issue of Sea Watch Monthly – the video magazine for shore and boats anglers – is now live and FREE TO VIEW here on this website…

It’s packed with sea fishing tips, tackle, rigs, advice and sea angling adventure with some two and a half hours of free to view content – just use the arrows on the playlist to scroll through the videos and click on the one you want to watch.

The issue includes a new video news item on what’s been happening in sea angling in partnership with Total Sea Fishing magazine – it’s the sport’s only video news bulletin and like all the issue, is free to view.

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Sea-Watch News:

April 2012Latest from the world of shore and boat angling, in partnership with Total Sea Fishing magazine.

Welsh Smoothies

Dave Barham heads to Holyhead with double figure smoothhounds on his mind.

Storing Worm Baits

Jim Midgley continues his expert advice for boat anglers with tips on keeping those worm baits in top condition.

Cornish Bass

Part two of 24-7 club of Plymouth’s visit one of the most prolific shore bass marks in Cornwall.

Hints And Tips

Julian Shambrook and Dave Chidzoy discuss how a bit of homework can transform your beach catches.

The ‘Device

A clever contraption that protects soft hook baits during long distance casts.

Barney’s Three Hook Flapper

Barney Wright shows how he ties up one of his favourite rigs for short to medium range shore work for flatfish.

Panther’s Monthly Thought

Nick Panther talks about what UK shore anglers can expect from the month of April around the UK.

Lowrance HDS Plotter

Dave Barham takes a liking to a combination sonar and GPS unit with a new high definition display system.
The Arctic Experiment

Rae Borras continues his exploratory mission aboard an authentic Norwegian trawler.

Pwllheli Beach

Top shore angler Mike Thrussell with advice on how to fish the noted Welsh mark.

Fishing Western Australia

Steve and Marshy troll the shallow coral reefs for the prized coral trout.

Ultimate Sea Fishing

Ed Schliffke goes fishing for bass, pollack and small eyed rays off Cornwall.

It’s all free to view here on this website – just click on the link below and use the arrows to scroll through this month’s Sea Watch Monthly playlist.WATCH SEA WATCH MONTHLY 

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