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Any Port in a Storm

With the “famous” West Wales BASS fish-in event taking place over the weekend it seems topical to post an article first used in our BASS column in Sea Angler several years ago. The meeting is about far more than fishing alone – which is just as well

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Weedless, weightless soft plastics …

What’s all the fuss about ? Soft plastics are becoming increasingly popular amongst Bass anglers, be it bumped down an estuary, deep spun off the rocks or jigged out from a boat. The variety in makes, shapes, sizes and colours are staggering but one method which still

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Let our bass breed

Right now, Richard Benyon MP (Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Natural Environment, Water and Rural Affairs) should have a report on his desk from the team at Defra (Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs) that have been reviewing bass management and that report, hopefully, will

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& so it begins …

What starts it off ? It’s been a long winter. Research has been done, purchases made, marks scoped-out, trips planned & pb’s envisaged. Now it’s just a question of ‘when’. What’s the trigger though, is it water temperature, is it a particular set of tides, is it

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Lures and Me

I love fishing and have done ever since I first dangled a line when I was about 6 years old.  But recently I have fallen in love with another… I had hardly looked at, let alone used a lure until 2011 but oh how things have changed

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