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Mackerel

The Mackerel is a very popular fish for sea anglers. They make great eating fish, and can also be used as bait fish for larger species such as Bass. They are easy to catch when they show in big numbers,…

Garfish

The Garfish is found in similar conditions to Mackerel. Warm, settled weather will often see these fish jumping on the surface. They can be good sport fish on light gear as they can jump and fight in a similar way…

Plaice

Plaice live in sandy areas, from the tidal shallows up to around 200m deep. They bury themselves in the sand to protect themselves from predators. They are most commonly caught during the day, during settled weather conditions with calm, clear…

Pollack

Easily identified by its protruding lower jaw and the distinct curve of it’s lateral line. The smaller Pollack can be found inshore around reefs, jetties and rock marks. These fish are best targeted after dark. The larger Pollack are usually…

Feathering

This method is used to catch Mackerel. Mackerel Feathers are attached to the mainline via swivel and shock leader and the weight is attached to the bottom of the rig using a link clip. Feathers can be made from natural…

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