1. Bigger is betterLarger strips of sashimi are better to give you more flexibility when cutting to shape. 2. The top 3Sake – salmon, maguro – tuna & hamachi – yellowtail kingfish are the most popular sashimi fish we sell and serves as a great starting trio. 3. Back vs bellyOur two main sashimi cuts are back and belly. What’s the difference? The belly …
Duncan Charman, a regular Angler’s Mail columnist, shares his knowledge on the species known fondly as the ‘lady of the stream’…
Grayling fishing tips are not easy to come by, but as more coarse anglers have been targeting them, there is …Continue reading »
ANGLER’S MAIL columnist Dr Ian Welch explains what those bubbles really are that appear when you’re out fishing.
Fish bubbles get anglers excited but it is pertinent to look firstly at how bubbles are formed. Many of them …Continue reading »
EVER wondered what the colour red really means for fish? Dr Stuart Clough explains here.
THERE seems to be a lot of confusion around regarding the visibility of red objects in water, and the colour …Continue reading »
If you’re looking to improve your fishing catches over the summer weeks ahead, read on….
Summer fishing tips articles have rarely been as insightful as this one! What you’ll read here draws on the experience …Continue reading »
Angler’s Mail magazine offers these top mackerel fishing tips and advice for the hot summer months to help you catch more using simple tackle.
It’s mackerel fishing time on many coastlines! Despite below-par catches from beaches in recent years, they still can be abundant …Continue reading »
BARBEL care after capture is particularly important in summer conditions.
Barbel need extra special treatement. Low oxygen levels mean that an exhausted fish will need to be carefully nursed back …Continue reading »
The Pike Anglers Club’s Alan Dudhill talks lure fishing with top tips, ideal for your summer and early autumn sessions as long as it stays mild.
A MOBILE approach with lures is my favourite for warmer water pike, before cooler autumn weather and then winter kicks …Continue reading »
BASS are highly prized for their fighting prowess and superior taste, and are found right around the British Isles.
In the warmer months bristling predatory bass can be found in all manner of coastal locations, from surfy beaches through …Continue reading »
Duncan Charman shares some essential tench fishing tips to help you catch big specimens this summer.
IF there was one personal best that I would love to beat then it would have to be tench – …Continue reading »