Watching our neighbours

For UK Bass anglers, it’s not always been easy to have visibility on the quality of fishing, or the angling activities of our neighbours around Europe. There’s been an increasing awareness of the Irish scene over recent years due to the good work done by the Irish

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What are they feeding on ?

How aware are you as an angler of the food-sources your bass are feeding on ? It’s an important consideration that’s often overlooked. What’s going on locally ? Is there a crab-peel (if so, which crabs ?), are there Sandeels in attendance, or Sprats ? Are you

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Wrestling Big Girls at Dawn.

There was a different blog post lined up for today but given the reports coming in from the crusaders in the Cape we thought an update to the progress of the BASS members currently in USA was in order. John Morgan has been updating the visitors to The BASS

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Battling with Monsters

  Weds 22nd May, 3.40pm: Not being unable to fish when I suspect the bass will be switched on is always frustrating. It’s usually work that gets in the way; though getting my head down tends to be one of the better means of distracting me from thinking about far away shores. If

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Early Days

The first session of the season gets me all worked up. No reason to I suppose – other than many months cooped up inside watching the rain and the wind. It’s a pity that the first session’s promise often isn’t borne out in the results. After many

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