Tuesday 21.06.16 Super Cost-Cutter 14 fished Silver 1st Mal Watson (DGL) 172.03.00 Peg 38 2nd Richard Kings (Mosella) 172.07.00 Peg 10 3rd Bill Drew (Pro- Line) 138.08.00 Peg 14 Wednesday 22.06.16 Over 50’s19 fished Meadow 1st Mick Whitchurch (DHA) 84.09.00 Peg 10 2nd Andy Newton (Strike) 61.15.00 Peg 52 3rd John Bagley (Stevens […]
Some cracking large double figured carp out this week including an 18lb 10oz common by Ethan Bradley in Saturdays Match on Bowes, on banded Angel pellets and fed angel pellets over the top. Lots of Double figured Bream out as well with best out on Sunday at 11lb 2oz on angel banded pellets with caster, […]
10th July 2016 Daiwa Hallcroft Open Moat Outer/Reed (38 Pegs) A Whitehouse, Scunthorpe Moat Out 57 179-5-0 Andy Whitehouse returned to winning ways with a great 179lb weight. Andy fished banded 6mm pellet at 14m for 27 carp to 10lb R Teigh, Handsworth Moat Isl 6 123-5-0 Rich Teigh also used shallow tactics to good effect, […]
Every good fisherman knows that having the best walleye lures with you on your fishing trip can make all the difference in the world. Lures are designed to replicate the look and movement of the prey that large fish prey on, but it pays to know which ones are going to make the easiest for […]
Salmon & Trout Conservation Scotland (S&TCS) has again had to take Sainsbury’s to task for stocking on its shelves salmon from Scottish salmon farms where sea lice infestation threatens wild salmon and sea trout. A year ago, when challenged by S&TCS, Sainsbury’s acknowledged that the sea lice levels had risen to unprecedented levels on some […]
Take a look at Myerscough College’s exciting range of Fish Management and Husbandry courses. There are level 2 and level 3 (A level equivalent) courses available for either one or two years, ideal for progression to University or employment within the industry. In addition to Fishery Studies we also have a range of Agriculture, Greenspace, […]
Norfolk’s Highbridge Fishery has moved to the top of the big roach angler’s must fish list after producing a dream fish over the magical 4lb barrier, plus another over 3lb in the same session. The historic catch fell to Bedford big fish angler Mark McIennan, who initially adopted classic maggot feeder tactics over a two […]
The Angling Trust are asking for ladies who are interested in representing England in this years 23rd FIPSed Ladies World Championships to submit a CV before the end of March. The 2016 event is scheduled for the 28th/29th August and is likely to take place in Spain, although the venue is not yet confirmed, it […]
Grafham Water has once again showed its massive predator fishing potential this time with a magnificent 19lb 14oz zander to predator season ticket holder Ian Crook. Ian fished a vertically jigged shad in deep water.
A pike just 5oz short of Roy Lewis’ long standing British pike record has been banked and is pictured in this week’s Angler’s Mail. The 46lb 8oz fish was caught by predator angler Darren Clark from Wykeham Lakes near Scarborough, 3oz short of when it was landed in 2014 to make it the biggest ever […]
A member of Long Eaton Victoria Angling Club, Paul Kerry increased his personal best barbel by one ounce with a magnificent specimen weighing 15lb 6oz from the Long Eaton stretch of the River Trent. The fish was caught in an evening session from the club stretch known as the Thrumpton Ferry Field.
Two licence-dodging anglers have received their sentences after they were found fishing illegally on waters in North Nottinghamshire. Mansfield angler Joshua Newton has been fined after being caught fishing without a licence at Nether Langwith. Newton, of Egmanton Rd, Medan Vale, was approached by officers while at Langwith Lodge Lake, on the 9 September, Mansfield […]
The Angling Trust is delighted to welcome two new members of staff to the Marketing and Campaigns teams. James Champkin has joined the Trust as Campaigns Officer while Ed Noyes takes on the role of Marketing & Communications Officer. Both passionate anglers, James’ responsibilities will be helping to bring about positive outcomes on a number […]
Essex angler Kevin Carter took the biggest fish of a recent British jaunt to the Essequibo River in South America in the shape of this magnificent arapaima estimated at 260lb. Kevin’s arapaima fell to a chunk of fish on a large circle hook to 100lb braid and put up a spectacular fight, leaping clear of […]
The Angling Trust has launched an exciting new social media competition to encourage anglers to get back on the banks and inspire newcomers to take up the sport. The Angling Trust Video Battle (ATVB) – run in conjunction with Fishinginfo.co.uk – is calling for anglers to get creative by shooting and editing their own short […]