Mike Thrussell Jnr recently headed out to Florida to check out some gadgety goodness from top boating electronics brands Lowrance and Simrad, in amongst all this tech he also managed to find time to do a bit of fishing, taking part in a friendly species hunting competition.
Mike Thrussell Jnr heads to mid Norway to cover the inaugural Flatanger Shore Fishing Festival.
Mike Thrussell Jnr travels to the Arctic Circle, the land of snow, northern lights and mighty cod for his first ever trip to the magical fishing grounds of Northern Norway.
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!
With the EFSA Shore Fishing Championships due to be held in Iceland, Wayne Thomas travels to Akureyri to sample some of the fine shore fishing available before the event.
Mike Thrussell and Francis Jones grab their fly rods and head to northern Iceland for some shore fly fishing for coalfish.
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.
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.
Exclusive to WSF: Ex Welsh International Francis Jones, WSF Member John McInnes and Mike Thrussell head out to Northern Iceland to sample the finest shore fishing any of them have ever experienced with local angling guide, Steve Mason. In four and half hours the quartet land and return over 600lbs...
Once more we head north to Norway, this time Mike Thrussell and Barney Wright are in search of halibut, one of the most sort after fish in Europe.
Mike Thrussell and Barney Wright travel to the Arctic Circle to do battle with some of the ugliest fish alive, but also, one of the sea anglers most sort after captures, the wolffish.