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Dec 12, 2018 Fishing Films & Facts
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Thresher Sharks are the jewel in the crown so far as shark angling goes. For those wanting to complete the UK shark Gand Slam, they probably rate on a par with the Mako Shark. Least ways they did until recent times when the grounds to the east of the Isle of Wight started producing them reasonably regularly. Still a rarity though, and a species Andy Griffith required to complete his Grand Slam. But instead of being fortunate enough to catch one, here he describes three days fishing which...
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Jun 10, 2018 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2018. 'Gone Fishing radio show host Sam Harris is used to being the one dishing out the questions. In a reversal of rules here he is put on the receiving end in an examination of his long and varied angling life.
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Jun 10, 2018 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2018. Having completed a unique IGFA gand slam for Sharks in British waters including taking the Welsh Mako Shark record, it looked unlikely that Andy Griffith would be able to top that achievbement on home turf. But top it he has with two Sharks in excess of 1000 pounds both taken on the sane day.
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Dec 27, 2017 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2017. A live recording on the boat with Magni Blastein looking at the fishing the Faroe Islands have to offer, in particular for monster Plaice.
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Dec 27, 2017 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2017. Some of the most outstanding Cod catches of the 1980's and 1990's were taken aboard the angling boat 'Royal Charlotte' fishing out of Folkestone and Dover with Mick Coker at the helm. With his son Matt now at helm and Mick aboard 'Portia', the pair reflect on the amazing fishing they have provided and shared along their corner of the Kent Coast.
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Jun 27, 2017 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2017. Anglers of my generation will be familiar with the name Steve Mills. England international, Sea Angler Magazine columnist, dinghy angler, and holder of the Thresher Shark record. Here he talks about all things Thresher Shark.
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May 7, 2017 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2017. Mullet tend to be regarded by most sea anglers as uncatchable, and while they are the most widely seen fish swimming around in British coastal waters, they are also the most widely ignored. But not by everybody. Wayne Thomas explains the process of fishing for them.
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Apr 2, 2017 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2017. Kinsale charter boat skipper Mike Dennehy discusses the recent explosion in Blue Fin Tuna numbers to add to the Albacore and sharks he already regularly fishes. Prospects for Swordfish and a number of lesser known open oceanic species are also explored.
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Jan 29, 2017 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2016. The freedom and drop of a hat potential, not too mention the successes of lure fishing in its various forms, have taken sea angling by storm over recent years. So much that some devottee's do little else. Lure fishing fanatic Stephen Lamont explains.
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Jan 13, 2017 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2016. Now residing and fishing in Lancashire, Eddie Weitzel, son of 1970's Essex charter boat skipper Arthur Weitzel on whose boat John Rawle and Bod Cod devised uptide fishing, talks of his earliest recollections of the boat and shore fishing on his old home patch, and now along his adopted north-west coast.
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Aug 20, 2016 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2017. It isn't often that one angler makes an advance in technology so great that it quite literally is a revelation. Peter Bagnall is one such a person. The man responsible for the iconic ABU Atlantic 484 which quite literally took the distance casting and beach angling scene by storm during the 1970's.
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May 27, 2016 Fishing Films & Facts
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For most people, big fish in small trailed boats means at best Tope and Conger, and more likely Huss or Rays. Not over on the Irish small boat scene. Here Alastair Wilson discusses encounters with Blue Sharks, Porbeagles, Common Skate and Blue Fin Tuna aboard his Warrior 165.
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Apr 10, 2016 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2016. Light Rock Fishing (LRF) combines species hunting with light tackle fishing. Here LRF match angler Andy Copeland explains the tactics and rewards around his native north east coast.
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Mar 20, 2016 Fishing Films & Facts
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Sea Trout numbers in systems draining to Scotlands west coast have slumped dramatically over recent years. Here Fly Fishing and Fly Tying editor Mark Bowler discusses the implications, and arguably the main reason behind the problem.
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Feb 14, 2016 Fishing Films & Facts
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Contrary to widely held opinion, Rainbow Trout are actually a cold water species seasonally better suited to the spring autumn and winter months. Fly fishing school instructor Steve Yeomans explains.
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Jan 22, 2016 Fishing Films & Facts
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With a monster Skate in excess of 170 pounds and Tope topping 50 pounds from the shore, Ross Johnson could be labelled a shore specimen hunter. But that is some way from the truth. In fact, he's just as much at home with his LRF gear chasing mini species in an attempt to catch 100 species in UK waters, and 1000 species worldwide.
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Sep 20, 2015 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2015. The availability of top notch up to the minute angling information has come along way since the introduction of the Internet. Arguably the biggest player in all of this has been the website World Sea Fishing, or WSF. Here its creator and MD Mike Thrussell Jr. talks about the concept, history and future of WSF.
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Aug 16, 2015 Fishing Films & Facts
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Finally, the European Union had conceded that Bass are in danger, and as such have started looking at measures to protect the species, while at the same time pointing the finger of blame at the angling community. Measures which the Irish have already successfully pioneered and trialed. To comment on all of this, plus explain how the Irish fisheries legislators seem to have got things so right, Irish Bass guide John Quinlan has his say.
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Mar 15, 2015 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2014. As a race of people we need energy. That can come in many forms including fossil fuel burning, nuclear and natural green energy. Unfortunately, each is not without its potential problems to aquatic environments. Physics teacher and IFCA member Brian Crawford has studied the implications of each and gives his verdict here.
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Feb 15, 2015 Fishing Films & Facts
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Back in the 1960's and 70's, angling jounalists rarely carried cameras and magazine illustrations were mainly line drawings or artwork. Heavily involved at that time was artist and angler Keith Linsell who as part of his job had to fish with many of the names we now regard as legends today.
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Feb 8, 2015 Fishing Films & Facts
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Back in the 1960's and 70's, angling jounalists rarely carried cameras and magazine illustrations were mainly line drawings or artwork. Heavily involved at that time was artist and angler Keith Linsell who as part of his job had to fish with many of the names we now regard as legends today. Here Keith reflects on a few of the those big names.
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Feb 1, 2015 Fishing Films & Facts
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Chris Clark is the biggest international medal winner representing England on the shore angling scene, but rates his best win as one particular bronze after a farming accident threatened to leave him wheelchair bound.
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Jan 25, 2015 Fishing Films & Facts
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Full time New Quay Bass guide Tim Harrison takes a look at Bass population numbers, Bass tactics, and his own pathway from leaving school without qualifications to heading up the Environment Agency's fishery department in Wales which he then walked away from to concentrate on the Bass.
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Jan 18, 2015 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2014. Brian Harris, the renowned editor of the still highly regarded but now sadly no longer with us Angling Magazine, has described Hampshire angler Dave Steuart as the best all rounder this country has ever produced. In additioin to that, Daves late wife Kay who he talks about here was widely regarded as the best female all rounder the UK has ever produced.
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Jan 11, 2015 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2014. Brian Harris, the renowned editor of the still highly regarded but now sadly no longer with us Angling Magazine, has described Hampshire angler Dave Steuart as the best all rounder this country has ever produced. Here in part 1 of a two part interview looking at all aspects of his angling life, we explore Dave Steuart's coarse fishing credentials.
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Jan 5, 2015 Fishing Films & Facts
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Ladies in angling are quite a rare commodity. Ladies in Coarse match angling well capable of taking on and beating their males counterparts are almost unheard of. Here five times world team gold medal winner and twice individual world chsampion Sandra Scotthorne takes an in depth look at the ladies international scene.
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Jan 3, 2015 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2014. Brian Harris, the renowned editor of the still highly regarded but now sadly no longer with us Angling Magazine, has described Hampshire angler Dave Steuart as the best all rounder this country has ever produced. Here in part 1 of a two part interview looking at all aspects of his angling life, we explore Dave Steuart's coarse fishing credentials.
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Dec 28, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Chris Boagey is deck boss aboard the Scottish fisheries research vessel Scotia. Here we discuss a range of research topics which will be of interest to sea anglers across the UK.
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Dec 21, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Besides being a zoologist and fishery scientist, Dr. Mike Ladle is an acknowledged expert in the art of lure and fly fishing for Bass and Mullet, though other techniques are also discussed.
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Dec 14, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Ex-England team captain and multi-medal winning fly angler Wendy Patchett talks about her life in competition fly fishing, offering a range of tips to other up and coming lady anglers.
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Dec 7, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Around the turn of the century, the west and north coast of Ireland was treated to a short lived run of huge Blue Fin Tuna with fish caught approaching 1,000 pounds. Here Bob Fitchie recounts his memories of one such a trip.
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Nov 30, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2014. Mark Bowler, editor of the prestigious Fly Fishing & Fly Tying, talks about his amazing rise to owner-editor of the magazine after initial rejections and no formal journalistic training.
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Nov 23, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2014. Recent times have seen an increasing degree of interest amongst charter boat operators in switching from inboard diesel power to large petrol driven outboard engines. Here, Jason Owen from Pwllheli discusses the pro's and con's of making the switch, and explores some of the new opportunities this should open up for him and his customers.
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Nov 16, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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In September 2014, a trip by Manchester Carp angler Warren Harrison set the media on fire. Two Carp topping 90 lbs apiece, plus others in the 70's and 80's as part of a 2.5 ton haul is the stuff of Carp angling Dreams as Warrem himself explains here.
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Nov 9, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2014. The National Federation of Anglers governed coarse angling, and match angling in particular, for just over 100 years. Here ex-NFA Vice Chairman David Kent looks at the history of the NFA sand its new role within the Angling Trust.
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Nov 2, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Tony Kirrage of Tony's Tackle in Eastbourne has represented England on both the Carp and the saltwater shore angling scene. He has also won the Carp world championships. Here he talks openly about all aspects of his angling and business including almost going to the wall with the shop.
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Oct 26, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Tony Kirrage of Tony's Tackle in Eastbourne has represented England on both the Carp and the saltwater shore angling scene. He has also won the Carp world championships. Here he talks openly about all aspects of his angling and business including almost going to the wall with the shop.
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Oct 19, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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after a dip in fortunes during the late 1990's, offshore boat angling at Whitby is right up there again with the best. But tactically speaking, there is absolutely no resemblance to what went before. Gone are the jiggers and muppets replaced by shads, bait and uptide fishing, pioneered for the most part by 'Sea Otter 2' skipper Paul Kilpatrick.
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Oct 12, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2014. Behind the names accompanying books and articles in the world of angling are a range of characters which the reading public by and large get to know very little about. Here Dr. Malcolm Greenhalge enlightens us on a few of those he has come across on the game angling scene.
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Oct 5, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2014. Dr. Malcolm Greenhalge is one of the most respected names on the game angling circuit, with particular emphasis on wild running water fishing. Here he talks about his early formative years and expresses a wide range of views in a manner best desctibed as a real down to earth no nonsense reality check.
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Sep 28, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Ever since the 1970's, Mike Thrussell has been making a wide range of contributions to sea angling through magazine articles, books, TV, radio, and as an angling tackle consultant, and as such, he has had a say in the successes of a lot of other anglers along the way. And being of that generation, he is also fortunate to have mixed with several of the sea angling greats of the past - something he also reflects on here.
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Aug 24, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2014. With the writing on the fall for distant water trawling, the Whitefish Authority financed a number of experimental trawling trips along the edge of the continental slope looking for new fish species to eat. The last of those trips was made by the Fleetwood trawler 'Jacinta'. On that trip was Dave Taylor who talks about the experience.
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Aug 17, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2014. Disabled in a sports accident while serving with the parachute regiment, Terry Moseley has almost singled handedly dragged the provision of access for disabled anglers kicking and screaming into the 21st century. He's also won his share of national and international medals in the process.
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Aug 10, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Disabled in a sports accident while serving with the parachute regiment, Terry Moseley has almost singled handedly dragged the provision of access for disabled anglers kicking and screaming into the 21st century. He's also won his share of national and international medals in the process.
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Aug 3, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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CAST North west is a Lancashire based charitable organisation set up and operated by Neil Farnworth with the aim of bringing dis-affected youngsters into education and training by using angling as a primary tool for grabbing their interest.
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Jul 20, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Steve Souter has had, a glittering international career fishing for Scotland where he has won, often on multiple occasions, all that has been put in front of him. But being so successful is no accident, as he explains, along with his thoughts on a range of other topics.
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Jul 13, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Once seen as something you might consider on say a foreign holiday, the services of coarse angling coaches are being sought by youngsters, and people returning to fishing after a long break. Satisfying that demand are people like Carl McCormack, who besides helping his customers, has also coached his 12 year old son Callum to gold in the junior national championships.
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Jul 6, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Ask anglers of a certain age which was the best fishing magazine ever published and most will say Creel which later evolved into Angling edited by Brian Harris. Here Brian joins us for a two part interview about all things connected with his angling life.
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Jun 29, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Ask anglers of a certain age which was the best fishing magazine ever published and most will say Creel which later evolved into Angling edited by Brian Harris, is held in equally high esteem. Here Brian joins us for a two part interview about all things connected with his angling life.
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Jun 22, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Chris Ogborne is one of those rare people to make the grade as multiple world champion fly fisherman, then switch codes to take up guiding fly fishermen at sea. In particular for Bass, though the game fishing side of things for pleasure hasn't been entirely dropped.
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Jun 8, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Commercial rod and line fishing for Bass is no different to recreational fishing upto the point of selling the fish, which if all the necessary paperwork is in place, is the most sustainable method of commercial fishing out there. One other key difference is that the commercials also catch more fish, something we anglers could perhaps learn of a few lessons from.
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Jun 1, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Light Rock Fishing (LRF) and Heavy Rock Fishing (HRF) are two lure based techniques which have really grabbed the shore fishing scene over recent times. HRF in particular for big Ballan Wrasse, which regular practitioner Danny Parkins talks about in great detail here.
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May 25, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Pike enthusiast Danny Parkins puts the case for nocturnal lure fishing.
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May 18, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Get Hooked on Fishing CEO Sarah Collins discusses the aims and successes of a charitable project designed to promote fishing to younger people, and in particular those with social problems.
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May 11, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Alex MacDonald, MD of hook designers, manufacturers and importers Sakuma, talks about all aspects of hook design, choice and useage.
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Apr 29, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Arguably the most widely capped England boat fishing international ever, Jim Whippy talks about his sea fishing and his time at the helm of some of the countries best known sea angling magazines.
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Apr 20, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Black Bream and their habitat along the iconic Kingmere Rocks in Sussex are currently under so much threat that a capaign group has been set up to try to reverse the trend before all is lost. Instrumental within that group is Tim Macpherson who joins us here to explain the problem, and how both it and the potential remedies could have profound knock on consequences for other ailing fisheries around the UK.
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Apr 13, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Gilthead Bream first appeared on the scene in the 1980's, initially as occasional migrants, but eventually establishing themselves as regular visitors to certain estuaries in the west country where a targeted fishery has sprung up tapping into their hard fighting capabilities. Here Alex MacDonald of Sakuma Tackle sings the praises of the species.
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Mar 23, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Carp are the 'in' fish currently on the coarse fishing scene, and while it hasn't always been that way, Tommy Flower wasn't around in the pre-boillie commercial fishing era, so who better to ask for a different perspective on the subject.
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Mar 16, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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The most iconic lure of the twentieth century has to be the Redgill. A small rubber eel devised by Alex Ingram of Mevagissey which revolutionised the world of wreck fishing. Now a part of the Sakuma portfolio and still catching lots of fish, particularly now from the shore, here Sakuma MD Alex MacDonald looks at the lure and its history.
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Mar 9, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Most anglers prefer to leave their hobby related politics to a small number of able volunteers who tirelessly work on our behalf. The least we could do then is support them. But to do this, we first need to understand the issues. Here Leon Roskilly explains, IFCA's, MCZ's, and the Sea Angling 2012 survey.
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Mar 2, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2014. To most sea anglers, Mullet are looked upon as either un-catchable or hardly worth the massive amount of effort required for precious little return. But with the right approach, that need not always be the case. Leon Roskilly explains.
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Feb 23, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2014. Part two of a two part interview with Essex Boy Paul Maris. This episode looks at the Essex Boys big fish exploits abroad, and in particular the Marlin World Cup and completing the Billfish royal slam.
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Feb 2, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Paul Maris, talks here about his big saltwater fish exploits in the UK, including the biggest ever one man one day Common Skate haul which saw him constantly playing big fish for well over 4 hours.
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Jan 26, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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French 2013 world coarse fishing individual gold medal winner Didier Dellanoy offers his thoughts on his win, his behind the scenes preparation including practise here in the UK, and the current England set up during a stay with multiple world champions Alan and Sandra Scotthorne.
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Jan 12, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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While the group Friends of the River Yarrow formed primarily to ensure the entire environment on and around the River Yarrow in Lancashire has been restored, there is no no denying that fish have probably been the main beneficiaries. It has quite literally gone from running sewer to running Salmon, and stands out as an object lesson to others who may want to restore lost fisheries to their former glory.
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Jan 9, 2014 Fishing Films & Facts
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Eddie Mounce set up Fish Thailand as a business while back packing after graduating from university with a degree in fisheries management.
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Dec 29, 2013 Fishing Films & Facts
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With 5 world individual titles and numerous team titles, Alan Scotthorne is without equal the greatest coarse angler in the history or international match fishing.
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Dec 22, 2013 Fishing Films & Facts
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Recorded in 2013. Shark Trust and Shark Conservation Society Chairman Richard Peirce discusses Sharks in UK waters, and looks at the role anglers both can and do play in the science behind the trust's work. Suggestions for better handling and conservation generally by anglers is also discussed.
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Dec 19, 2013 Fishing Films & Facts
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Dave Trafford was a keen and successful coarse match angler who took a time out from angling, 25 years in fact, before coming back onto the canal match angling scene, by which time so much had changed. Now able to compare and contrast the two era's which were a generation apart, here Dave takes a look at those changes, plus his current match situation.
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Dec 16, 2013 Fishing Films & Facts
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Without doubt, Dick Clegg has been the most successful national team manager in coarse fishing history, resulting in an OBE and an MBE to add to his many trophies and gold medal wins, all of which, along with other aspects of his life, he discusses in candid detail here
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Dec 15, 2013 Fishing Films & Facts
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Ally Gowans is arguably the most inventive and skilled angler on the current Salmon fishing scene. Here he discusses this and some of his other patterns, plus the fish weight calculator, conservation, fly fishing history, and of course Salmon fly fishing itself.
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Dec 8, 2013 Fishing Films & Facts
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Shore Ray expert Roger discusses his tactics and tackle for catching an assortment of big Rays from a variety of Devon rock marks, catches that have included shore records for both the Small Eyed and Spotted Ray.
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Dec 1, 2013 Fishing Films & Facts
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Two Blue Shark trips producing a fly caught specimen and the biggest ever trailed boat haul squeezed in between catching a monster Porbeagle and a monster Thresher Shark, again both dinghy caught, recalled by Graeme Pullen.
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Nov 24, 2013 Fishing Films & Facts
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Mark Everard is the countries foremost expert on the subject of Roach angling and all aspects concerning its biology. Mark is also the author of a number of books on the subject, and joins us here to talk over all aspects of his Roach fishing life.