Video Goodness: Knockin’ on the Door

July 19th, 2014| No Comments

Video Goodness: Knockin on the Door Will Benson and World Angling are well known for the quality of their videos and this is yet another exhibit for that particular portfolio.  

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Stuff We Like #3: The Bucktail Jig

July 19th, 2014| No Comments

Stuff We Like #3: The Bucktail JigThe humble bucktail jig – it doesn’t look like anything in particular, but it catches just about everything that swims. Here’s why we love it:

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Win a pair of Costa Sunglasses by answering one easy question

July 8th, 2014| No Comments

Top 5: Reasons We All Love CostaWhen it comes to packing for a fishing trip, a decent pair of polarized sunglasses should be pretty much the first thing in your bag. And in the world of polarized sunnies, Costa del Mar rule supreme. So, it’s probably about time you put your eyes behind a pair, to find out (quite literally) what you’ve been missing. The good news is, there’s still time to enter our competition to win a pair. All you have to do is:

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Report: Early-Season Bass Fishing in Wexford, Ireland

July 1st, 2014| No Comments

Guest blogger Sean Jordan, of Bass Fishing Wexford in Ireland, rounds up some early-season action 

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Stuff We Like #2: G.Loomis GLX CrossCurrent

June 13th, 2014| No Comments

Stuff We Like #2: G.Loomis GLX CrossCurrentJust so we’re clear, this is not a review. It’s a wee bit late for that, after all. And anyway, many others (plenty of them better qualified and better able than me) have done that already. However, if you want to read one man’s entirely subjective appreciation of one particularly iconic bit of tackle, consider yourself in the perfect place…

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Video Goodness: The Smiths – Crazy Charlie and Prescott Smith

June 2nd, 2014| No Comments

Video Goodness: The Smiths - Crazy Charlie and Prescott Smith

The father-and-son team talk about the past, present and future of bonefishing in this heart-warming snippet from Tributaries.   

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Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Report with Capt. Chris Myers (May 30, 2014)

May 30th, 2014| No Comments

The view from Mosquito Lagoon with Captain Chris Myers

Trout, redfish, and more trout. The past month has brought some of the best fishing for big seatrout we have seen in a few years. These fish can be caught blind casting around sandbars, points, and bait pods in the morning. When the sun comes up, you can spot these big females in shallow water and cast to individual fish. 

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Video Goodness: Seeking Shelter

May 30th, 2014| No Comments

Video Goodness: Seeking Shelter

Dreamy stuff from the Everglades, courtesy of Dan Decibel.   

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Farlows of London: Now Bigger & Better

May 23rd, 2014| No Comments

Farlows of London: Now Bigger & Better

Living and working in London is something of a double-edged sword. On the one hand, it’s a pretty marvellous city. On the other, it can feel a very long way from the water. For the frustrated urban angler, the fishing emporium that is Farlows of Pall Mall is a glorious place of respite – an oasis of piscatorial devotion in the city’s thrumming West End…

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Stuff We Like #1: Patagonia Stealth Atom Sling

May 10th, 2014| No Comments

Patagonia Stealth Atom SlingHaving bought a Patagonia Stealth Atom Sling over a year ago, this post is probably well overdue. On the flip side, that means there’s been plenty of time to put it through its paces in a variety of different environments – saltwater, freshwater, heat, snow, long days and short ones. Extended testing period over, I can confidently say it’s the best day pack I’ve strapped to my person — and I’ve tried a few.

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