All this wind and rain has made it difficult in comparison to last winter – but the bass are still there!
My final blog post of the decade! Thank you to my readers, clients, family and friends. Happy New Year!
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!
How the weather and the associated sea conditions has hugely influenced my approach in the past 6 weeks…
How fishing a mark outside of the ‘ideal conditions’ paid off following a period in the doldrums.
How did I utilise a bit of ‘me time…?’ By fishing and catching some lovely bass of course!
How understanding the way specific marks react to the adverse weather conditions proved very rewarding.
The black senko at dusk… Could there really be something to their use in twilight conditions?
A bright Moon and a neap tide certainly didn’t deter this 70cm ‘beast’ venturing into the shallows…
The largest ‘client bass’ landed since I commenced business, alongside more memorable catches!
Sometimes, the wind coming from an unusual direction can be taken advantage of – here’s how.