Fishing Information: Fishing Events Advice and Articles

The Fishing articles below provide information and contact details for Angling Associations, Charities and Angling bodies

Not all are specific to Game, Coarse or Sea Fishing. All the clubs and associations cover our South West region - an area which includes Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Somerset, Wiltshire, South Gloucestershire and a small part of Hampshire. We are keen to promote Angling events within our region. If you have an event or article you would like considered for publication on our website please email [email protected] along with your contact details.

Angling Trust | January 15 2021 | Tips and Advice

I have to say at the outset, that I was amazed by the amount of interest. Even given some small degree of apathy amongst the other teaching staff, that resulted in four forms not finding out about this new opportunity, 32 pupils signing up for my fishing... Read more

Steve Lockett | December 9 2008 | Coarse and Carp Fishing Articles
Name: Coarse and Carp Fishing Articles

I suppose the most attractive thing about starting sea fishing is that large parts of our stunning coastline are hugely accessible and of course free to dangle a line from. At certain times of the year we have large numbers of fish that are (fairly) easy to catch, coming as they do right in to the shoreline, and for those starting out, just how important is it to see a few fish? I bet all of... Read more

Henry Gilbey | December 10 2008 | Sea Fishing Articles: Tips and Advice
Name: Sea Fishing Articles: Tips and Advice

I have been catching fish around the country now for over 30 years so hopefully I've picked up a few useful tips along the way! So what I propose today is to give you my top 5 bait tips to catch more and bigger fish.


1) Without doubt... Read more

Des Taylor | December 9 2008 | Coarse and Carp Fishing Articles
Name: Coarse and Carp Fishing Articles


Jim O'Donnel is Owner/skipper of Plymouth charter boat "The Tiburon"

Sea Fishing around Devon and Cornwall - the so-called foot of Great Britain


Using this term makes us sound distant from the rest of the UK. Well I suppose we are... Read more

Jim O'Donnel | December 10 2008 | Sea Fishing Articles: Tips and Advice
Name: Sea Fishing Articles: Tips and Advice

I was chub fishing the other day, sharing the river with a friend as we went from swim to swim, leapfrogging each other in our search for the fish. With stops for lunch and of course the obligatory photographing of the best looking specimen, we must have taken five... Read more

Chris Yates | December 9 2008 | Coarse and Carp Fishing Articles
Name: Coarse and Carp Fishing Articles

A 29lb plus fish caught on a large deadbait.

For the last thirty years I have travelled and fished the length and the breadth of the UK for many different species, both in freshwater and in the sea. As I grow older and my passion for angling increases as... Read more

Pete Gregory | December 9 2008 | Coarse and Carp Fishing Articles
Name: Coarse and Carp Fishing Articles

A cool wind was blowing down the River Barle on that March day a quarter of a century ago. Around midday the trout had come to the surface and several good fish had taken my dry fly but by mid afternoon the surface activity had ceased and I was ready to call it a day. Then, as my fly drifted down a smooth run, I saw a shadow move up beneath it and drift back with the current for several... Read more

Mike Weaver | December 8 2008 | Game Fishing Articles: Fishing Tips and Advice
Name: Game Fishing Articles: Fishing Tips and Advice

One of the most rewarding days coarse fishing you can have is to spend a day on a well-stocked commercial fishery. If you pick the correct lake good sport can be enjoyed 12 months a year with fish that average between 3lb and 7lb. These are a nice size because they give a good fight but allow you to use normal tackle. This type of fishery is a... Read more

Marcus Watt | December 2 2008 | Coarse and Carp Fishing Articles
Name: Coarse and Carp Fishing Articles

The Bristol Avon flows from its twin sources near Sherston and Tetbury to its confluence with the River Severn at Avonmouth and travels some 117 kilometres in total (72 miles). The river has five major tributaries, the Rivers Marden, Somerset Frome, Chew, Bristol Frome and the By Brook. All provide excellent coarse fishing although the By Brook is mostly controlled by private syndicates... Read more

Mike Goodchild | December 9 2008 | Coarse and Carp Fishing Articles
Name: Coarse and Carp Fishing Articles


As a lad, about 45 years ago I owned a fabulous little rod, about 8ft long, split cane, with a handle that you would reverse, making the reel seat either at the very end, or about a foot up the rod. This made it a great all-rounder, a fly rod, spinning rod... Read more

Derek Aunger | December 8 2008 | Game Fishing Articles: Fishing Tips and Advice
Name: Game Fishing Articles: Fishing Tips and Advice

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