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How to Sea Fish

How to Sea Fish is the section of Talk Sea Fishing which includes a large range of information for the new sea angler or the individual who wishes to brush up on some of the more common elements of sea angling.

This is a new section to the website and it will take some time to build up. We will be constantly adding to this section over the course of 2020.


Tactics

Information on individual techniques used to catch fish as well as how to fish certain terrains such as beaches, structures and rock marks.

Tackle

In-depth guides on the variety of sea fishing tackle available. Includes information on different types of rods, reels, luggage, accessories and clothing. Designed to help you choose the right tackle for each type of fishing.

Rigs

Rigs are an arrangement of components which can be species, venue or condition-specific. Here we look at the most common types of sea fishing rigs and how to tie them.

Sea Fishing Baits

Using the correct bait is vitally important in the pursuit of catching fish. We look at all the common types of bait, includes how to collect, store and use each bait type.

Species Tactics

In-depth tactical information on the best techniques and tackle to target common fish species in the UK from both the shore and boat.

Shore Fishing

Fishing from the shore is the most popular type of angling in the sea. It is diverse with anglers fishing from many different types of shoreline in pursuit of specific species. Our shore fishing guides are designed to help you get the most out of your shore angling.

Boat Fishing

Boat fishing allows anglers to fish in more abundant waters for bigger fish, follow our guides on how to get the best from your boat fishing trips.

Lure Fishing

Lure fishing is an exciting way to catch fish, this section takes you through the techniques and tactics used in saltwater lure fishing in the UK.

Responsible Angling

Every angler is an ambassador for the sport, we look at some practical tips for responsible fishing and looking after the environment we use.


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