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Tope Fishing Tips: Fishing Methods, Baits and Tackle

Baits It hardly needs saying that tope feed almost entirely on fish, though specimens have been found to contain such apparently indigestible creatures as large spider crabs. When tope are present in numbers, anglers out after other species often have … Continue reading

20. July 2011 by admin
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Fishing Methods for Catching Skates and Rays

Baits The smaller rays seem to be pretty much omnivorous, but thorn-backs are particularly partial to sand-eels, which in fact are the best bait for most rays. Crustaceans like hermit crabs are important : lugworm, sand shrimps, and bivalves are … Continue reading

20. July 2011 by admin
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Fishing for Mullet: Baits, Tackle and Fishing Methods

Baits Mullet are often reported as being caught on the oddest of titbits, and presumably it is the kind of very mixed feeding to which they become accustomed in harbours that makes them susceptible to such baits. What these baits … Continue reading

19. July 2011 by admin
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Bait and Tackle for Catching Cod

Baits To quote Dr Michael Kennedy : ‘The cod is a voracious fish, with a mouth like a trawl and a swallow like a vacuum cleaner, and its stomach contents are usually a pretty fair cross-section of the marine life … Continue reading

19. July 2011 by admin
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Sea-Bass Baits and Fishing Tackle

Baits Baits for legering for bass are thus fairly numerous. The bass fisherman’s choice will depend on the kind of context in which he is fishing, the time of year, and the time of day (or night). Let us consider … Continue reading

19. July 2011 by admin
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Bait and Tackle for Rudd Fishing

Baits Almost any ROACH bait will also succeed for rudd and improvisation with grubs, pond skaters, and insects from marginal weed will often prove successful. Among the best baits are bread derivatives, worms, maggots, chrysalids, and natural and articial flies … Continue reading

16. July 2011 by admin
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Types of Bait Used for Catching Roach

Provided the fish are in a feeding mood they will eat or sample practically anything which looks or smells edible, as long as it appears also to be natural. This means that the roach angler has a very wide range … Continue reading

16. July 2011 by admin
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Catching Pike-Perch: Bait, Tackle and Fishing Methods

The Duke of Bedford, a very keen fisherman and naturalist, first introduced the voracious pike-perch (Stizostedion lucioperca) into the lakes at Woburn Abbey, near Bedford, in about 1910. This fish is definitely not a hybrid, although a great many anglers … Continue reading

16. July 2011 by admin
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Fishing for Pike: Baits and Tackle

Baits For pike live-baits on still water most fisherman use the species found most commonly in the area. ROACH, RUDD, PERCH, and small CARP will all take fish. The great Alfred Jardine found that using a species unfamiliar to the … Continue reading

15. July 2011 by admin
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Fishing for Perch: Tackle and Baits

The perch (Perca fluviatilis) is not likely to be confused with any other fish, thanks to its striped pattern and its double dorsal fin. The back is grey-green, blue-green, dark blue, or grey-brown, and the flanks are pale green with … Continue reading

15. July 2011 by admin
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