Significant winter catches, new methods mastered and many client PBs – Part 1 (Jan-June) of my yearly review.
It’s a great feeling when a mark you suspect may produce, provides something of a red-letter event!
Sometimes, the wind coming from an unusual direction can be taken advantage of – here’s how.
The testing is over and a lure that I have personally designed is being placed in the hands of my clients…
Experiencing a bass hit a surface lure in complete darkness is fast becoming my favourite method! Here’s how…
A dozen bass for one client on an evening in which new lures and old came to the fore.
Lots of bass, and a better one too landed on these very innocuous looking weedless soft plastics.
A pleasing start to my ‘guiding season’ with clients landing their first ever bass on lures.
Highlighting a series of blog posts aimed at the beginner on this ‘wet and wild’ day!
February turned out to be an exceptional month – topped off by (for me) a ‘momentous’ bass. But why?
Independent reviews from The Bass Anglers’ Sportfishing Society, Henry Gilbey and the readers themselves.
There are still some nice bass about here in south Devon. Here’s to winkling out some more in February!