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Protecting your catch

Created on 06 June 2011. Posted in General Fishing

... conserving and husbanding of stocks, our sport will decline and we will all suffer the consequences......but do we take it seriously enough? To my mind, every angler should have the correct items to ...

Vicarage Spinney Trout Farm

Created on 03 June 2011. Posted in Stillwater Trout

... visiting the fishery are encouraged to actively protect and respect these areas. Around the lake you will find seating to rest you legs along with benches to allow you to relax and have a breather. The ...

Identifying Rise Forms

Created on 02 June 2011. Posted in Fly Fishing

... fly form they are feeding on and ultimately decide what type of fly to put on the end of your line. Of corse a marrow spoon would tell you this also, but you havent caught a fish yet have you? Here ...

Farm Bred Fish

Created on 30 May 2011. Posted in Culinary

... streaks represent the fat content of the fish, the odds are that it is farmed. If you do purchase farmed salmon then I suggest that all skin and visible fats are cut away before cooking. Wild salmon have ...

Cooking Mussels

Created on 30 May 2011. Posted in Culinary

... sealed, these will be fine, use too. Maybe, you have had the opportunity to get some from the seaside yourself. Avoid those with broken or damaged shells, and put them into a container with some seawater ...

Shrimp on the Barbeque

Created on 30 May 2011. Posted in Culinary

Use a small knife to split the shrimp down the back and pick out the vein. The opening that you have made will help to add flavour to your shrimp. With this cut the marinades can soak in. Grilling shrimp ...

New fishing store opens in Cheshire

Created on 24 May 2011. Posted in Angling News

It’s always nice to see a new tackle shop opening on the high street, and Cheshire Bait Supplies looks to have a very bright future. Owner and experienced carp angler Andy James invited me for a look at ...

Sea Fishing Terms & Jargon

Created on 23 May 2011. Posted in Sea Fishing

... Tuna or Sharks. Bite - The action of a fish taking the bait resulting in a (knock). Biting - The feeding action of a hungry fish. Blank - A bare rod, before guides and other accessories have been attached. ...

Alresford Fishery

Created on 22 May 2011. Posted in Stillwater Coarse

... very large catches from the majority of anglers who have fished there.Over the last 24 months the fisheries team has worked this site to bring you an exciting new complex offering 4 fish filled lakes set ...

Tunnel Barn Farm

Created on 22 May 2011. Posted in Stillwater Coarse

Tunnel Barn Farm Fishery, located in Shrewley, Warwickshire, is a complex made up of 7 pools and 2½ miles of the Grand Union Canal. We have been open to the public since 1990 and in the past two years ...

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