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Sewage Kills Thousands of Fish

Created on 07 June 2011. Posted in Angling News

... as this happened but they felt helpless to save the countless fish they could see gasping in the water’s edge.  Anglers and water bill payers alike need to see action to stop this happening in the ...

Protecting your catch

Created on 06 June 2011. Posted in General Fishing

... the sake of a few pounds, they offer so much protection to prized catches. There are so many available, it would be remiss of any angler to fish without one. I still see anglers resting fish on grassy ...

The Humble Dogfish

Created on 06 June 2011. Posted in Culinary

Dogfish can be a pain in the butt especially when targeting other species like cod, bass etc, what a lot of folk don't realise is that they make fantastic eating. Preparation is straight forward although ...

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

It has been suggested that farm raised salmon may contain PCBs. These nasties that can be detrimental to our health, These PCBs are caused by the fish-meal they are fed. It has been known for fishmongers ...

Cooking Mussels

Created on 30 May 2011. Posted in Culinary

Make sure that the mussels are still alive by tapping on their shells. If the shell doesn’t close when you give them a tap, avoid them as they are likely to be dead. Some will already be closed tightly ...

Shrimp on the Barbeque

Created on 30 May 2011. Posted in Culinary

... your shrimp. Don't over cook they will go tough and rubbery and will lose their flavour. Shrimp will turn into an opaque colour when cooked. Once cooked, let stand for a couple of minutes. Then ...

Handling & Storage of Fresh Fish

Created on 25 May 2011. Posted in Sea Fishing

... give it two days maximum refrigerated. If you cannot get your fish into a meal within this time, you need to look at freezing your fish. When fish are frozen correctly, they remain still very fresh ...

Sea Fishing Terms & Jargon

Created on 23 May 2011. Posted in Sea Fishing

Ever heard an angler mutter some words and wonder what on earth they were on about? Words like Flapper, Slapper, Rubby Dubby an Snood? Well hopefully this list of sea fishing terminology and jargon will ...

Grudge Match

Created on 20 May 2011. Posted in Fly Fishing

... merely went along for the ride and to make sure the guys didn't get into any serious trouble. I watched the pair of them, tackled up to the nines and struggling with a set of oars, as they staggered ...

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