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Fishing the Sea-Trout: Sewin

Sea-trout, sewin, white trout, and migratory trout are synonyms for the form of trout (Salmo trutta) that travels between sea and river for the purposes of feeding and breeding. When we recall that the freshwater brown trout is considered a … Continue reading

19. July 2011 by admin
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Different Fishing Methods for Catching Grayling

Fly Time and again we find angling experts expressing opinions which seem quite opposed. Beginners are often confused about this, and even experienced anglers are provoked into writing cynical letters to the editors of magazines. There is often, however, a … Continue reading

18. July 2011 by admin
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Rudd: What the Fisherman Should Know

The rudd (Scardinius erythrophthalmus) is also called red eye, azurine, blue roach (and, in Ireland, roach). The back is green-brown, grey-brown, green-blue, or intermediate. The flanks are pale yellow in the young fish, becoming brassy as it gets older, and … Continue reading

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

The only generalization possible about roach rods is that they should be as light as prevailing conditions will permit, which in itself allows for tremendous variety. The rod and line must match. (Test-curve figures for the rod will give maximum … Continue reading

16. July 2011 by admin
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Roach: What the Fisherman Should Know

The roach (Rutilus rutilus) is subject to considerable variety in colour and shape. The back is blue-black, blue-green, grey-green, grey-brown, or green, and the flanks are either predominantly silvery or bronzed. The silver-flanked fish is the more common, probably because … Continue reading

16. July 2011 by admin
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Fishing Methods for Catching Pike

Fishing Methods (Live-Bait and Dead-Bait) The least successful way of live-baiting in a lake is to choose a spot, cast in and wait, all day if necessary, for a pike to come along. Live-baiting should never be too static, unless … 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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Loach: (Nemecheilus barbatula) Fishing Methods

There are two species of loach, the stone loach (Nemecheilus barbatula), which is by far the commoner, and the spined loach (Cobitis taenia), which is not found in Scotland, Ireland, or Wales, and in England seems to be limited to … Continue reading

15. July 2011 by admin
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Fishing Methods for Catching Eels

The average-sized eel is mostly taken during daylight simply because this is when they are fished for. Few anglers fish for eel during the hours of darkness. But it is when dusk sets in that eels really begin to roam … Continue reading

15. July 2011 by admin
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Fishing Methods for Catching Dace

The depth at which dace are to be caught depends on the nature of the swim. If it is free of weeds the fish are to be found either around mid-water facing upstream, or searching the gravel for insects. In … Continue reading

15. July 2011 by admin
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