Mike Thrussell and Mike Thrussell Jnr look back and three trips that produced three twenty-pound smoothhound from the port of Holyhead.
Mike Thrussell is one of the most respected names in angling journalism with 25-years experience and a published article count probably in excess of 2000 features. He’s written for 14 different UK based magazines, plus numerous overseas publications. His books, written over 20-years ago now, Bass: Strategy & Confidence and Shark: First Run have become much sought after collector’s items.
We take a look at an excellent and comprehensive guide book to the inshore fish of the British Isles.
Mike Thrussell takes a trip out into the Irish Sea wreck fishing aboard Judy B out of the north Wales port of Pwllheli.
Mike Thrussell heads up to the Arctic Circle and the Icelandic island of Grimsey for some awesome cod fishing that also throws up a big shore caught coalfish!
Mike Thrussell experiences his first ever individually guided bass fishing trip with Richie Ryan in Cobh, Co Cork.
Mike Thrussell and Francis Jones grab their fly rods and head to northern Iceland for some shore fly fishing for coalfish.
Mike Thrussell is in the Emerald Isle out from Baltimore blue shark fishing as well as targeting garfish.
Shore fishing is relatively untapped in Norway, yet the potential is huge. Mike Thrussell heads to Hasvag in the Flatanger region of central Norway to sample some of the fantastic shore cod fishing.
Mike Thrussell is back in Norway, this time to target one of his favourite species, the most powerful flatfish in the world – the halibut.
Mike Thrussell teams up with local fisheries officer and angler, Michael Patton to experience some fantastic flounder fishing in Donegal.
In the second of our exclusive series focusing on Northern Iceland, Mike Thrussell once again teams up with former Welsh International Francis Jones and WSF Member John McInnes in search of haddock and much, much more under the guidance of local guide, Steve Mason.