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FISHING REPORT 5TH OCTOBER 2018

The fishing has been something special over the last week with some good fish being landed both from the boats and the shore. With the weather predicted for this weekend however, it might be time to sort out the garage, clean the fishing stuff and head to the mall with the your partner. As always,… continue reading.

FISHING REPORT 28TH SEPTEMBER ’18

With the fantastic weather we had over the last weekend, not much has been reported for the weekend warriors. Those that have managed to fishing during the week have however experienced some very good catches. Ray’s tip: Elephants eat peanuts…This is true. A big animal, be it a fish or a mammal, sometimes prefers to… continue reading.

FISHING REPORT 31ST AUGUST ’18

With the weather starting to behave itself and the periods of settled weather being longer, the fishing is getting a bit easier to predict. That being said, the rough conditions have seen the scratching gurus land some amazing catches…As always, remember to subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay up to date with all our… continue reading.

FISHING REPORT 24TH AUGUST ’18

The sea has not been the kindest if late. We have seen big seas and large swell periods making the sea very surgy… however, fish have been caught.   Rays tip: Scratch in a patch. Don’t neglect the small water. Scratching is not about casting your bait as far as possible. It is about putting… continue reading.

FISHING REPORT 17TH AUGUST ’18

The edible fishing has been amazing over the last week with many anglers putting down the big tackle in favour of the light tackle spinning gear. Ray’s tip: Bream supreme. There is only one way to tackle bronze bream and that is light. The lighter you can fish the more you will enjoy the fishing,… continue reading.

FISHING REPORT 10TH AUGUST ’18

Fishing has been great over the last week. We have had great reports from the freshwater side all the way through to the offshore guys. There have been bottom fish, game fish, carp, bass and giant sharks…what more could you ask for? Ray’s tip: Use your eyes! A set of polarised sunglasses can be an… continue reading.