My final blog post of the decade! Thank you to my readers, clients, family and friends. Happy New Year!
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…
In Part 1, two examples of how a surface lure can be highly effective on those very bight, sunny days.
The black senko at dusk… Could there really be something to their use in twilight conditions?
A ‘swirl and a splash’ gives away it’s position, and within seconds a complete novice is holding a 5lb bass
With the sea temperature peaking the bass go wild for a surface lure – but first you have to find them!
A huge milestone for this self-published title. But I only have 40 copies available so be quick if you want one!
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.
My largest bass of the year so far, but a capture that I’m far from happy or proud about…
There are still some nice bass about here in south Devon. Here’s to winkling out some more in February!