South West contributor, Wayne Thomas reveals the basics for catching big fish from rough ground marks.
Bite detection is a fundamental techniques for a shore angler, we look at improving bite detection that will have you striking at fish, not thin air.
Reading a beach is as fundamental to beach fishing as tying on your favourite hook or casting out your rigs. We take a look at the top ten fish holding features most commonly found on surf beaches.
Phil Arnott loves his float fishing, in this article he shares his float fishing techniques for success.
There are a staggering amount of species available in UK waters, yet many anglers never seem to bother targeting them, sticking to the same old species they are comfortable with. Have you ever thought of broadening your horizons and fishing for something new and interesting? If so, we take a look at how you can increase your shore species tally.
A large proportion of sea anglers start their careers at the end of local pier. Yet, many never achieve the catches they should from these structures, simply because they fail to understand the basics of pier fishing. WSF takes a look at how to fish with pier fishing tactics.
February and March are slow months for the shore sea angler, with sea temperatures at their lowest, a multitude of species offshore spawning and the lull before the summer species return bites are hard to come by. These months are therefore affectionately known as the “scratching months” – we take a look at some sure tactics to make the most of your fishing when bites are at a premium.
All newcomer and beginner anglers want to improve on their fishing, Mike Thrussell gives you ten top tips on how to become a better angler.