Ireland's Copper Coast is famous throughout the world for its bass fishing, however little is known about its superb mullet fishing - Wayne Thomas and friend John Avery head to this famous coastline in search of big grey ghosts.
With anglers in many parts of the UK struggling to find good, consistent catches of mackerel, Ian Nesbitt investigates why catches of this once prolific species have diminished in recent years.
Wayne Thomas heads to Minehead jumping aboard Osprey for some winter Bristol Channel cod fishing which yields not only cod but rays and conger too.
Whilst fishing away from your own grounds can often be productive and expand your angling knowledge, occasionally they don't always go according to plan explains Wayne Thomas.
Wayne Thomas joins Flamer 4 as she embarks on her annual west country fishing trip to Dartmouth, where plaice are on the menu.
Mike Thrussell takes a trip out into the Irish Sea wreck fishing aboard Judy B out of the north Wales port of Pwllheli.
South West contributor Wayne Thomas relives the joys of his first summer LRF fishing and discovers it is a great way to grab a few moments hassle free fishing whilst on holiday. I have been fishing for over forty years now and tend to view anything new with a mixture of interest and healthy...
South West contributor Wayne Thomas ventures to the seaside resort of Minehead with Combe Martin Sea Angling Club in search of spring Rays.
Wayne Thomas, is son and some friends visit the picturesque channel island of Sark, home to some fantastic light tackle shore fishing.
South West contributor Wayne Thomas heads to Ilfracombe to board Bluefin for a days spurdog hunting.
When Sea Ilfracombe approached Combe Martin Sea Angling Club to organize a fishing event to coincide with their Maritime Festival it seemed an opportunity too good to miss. A few months later on September 2nd Club secretary Nick Phillips and I (Chairman) found ourselves on a rainy Sunday morning...
I walked along the busy harbour peering into the clear waters, as anglers have a tendency to do. Tucked away in a quieter corner an angler was flicking pieces of bread onto the water. A mullet angler for sure I thought and paused to ask if he had succeeded yet. He replied that he had been broken by...