West Sussex June 2021

West Sussex report by Alan Brown Fishing has probably been the hardest I’ve ever known along here, ifs it’s not the lockdowns it’s the long settled spells with clear water and low water temperatures. With the odd unsettled weather windows, some have found odd fish among the doggies. Fishing has know I’m happy to say…

LRF Report June 2021

LRF Report by Richard Salter This last month has been quite challenging but thankfully the last week or so has seen signs of things really kicking into life. Much of May was spent scratching around for odd fish here and there, its been a challenge to just avoid a blank at times and I’ve failed…

Lymington June 2021

Lymington report by John Skeggs, Last Laugh Charters The month of May saw much lower than average temperatures, this kept the water temperature down and delayed many of the summer species .The Bream fishing has showed little consistency, one day you would catch 20 the next day you’d be lucky to find them. The offshore…

Thames Estuary Report June 2021

Thames Estuary report by Lee Bollingbroke At last we are fully open and chartering as usual on Sophielea and now allowed to fill the boat as usual and the best bit  the fishing is great with large hounds to fifteen pounds plenty of bass mostly small to mediums and lots of rays.The weather is helping…

Back to Basics June 2021

Back to Basics – Shock Leaders by Martin Wood This month I thought I would touch on shock leader, whether mono or braid lines, as I am seeing on the forums and on Facebook a lot of debate for new people asking questions, some of the info is great and some which is just downright…

Roving Rods June 2021

Roving Rods – Return to the Beaches by Martin Wood With the recent weather turning nice, sunny and hot after a long  horrible damp and wet spell,  and with the shoulder injury stopping all fishing for  6-8 weeks, my rotator cuff muscle finally felt like it may play ball although my style of fishing at…

Chesil Report June 2021

Chesil beach report by Gareth Mayers The general fishing along the beach has been very on and off lately with spider crab being an extreme nuisance at times and now the may bloom has also started which does tend to put the fish down a bit.  On the plus side the May bloom doesn’t last too long. Give it…

North Devon June 2021

North Devon report by Wayne Thomas Summer seems to have arrived on time as we head into June with blue skies and calm seas. This follows on from a Spring that was split into two halves, cold and dry in the first half and cool and wet in the second. This did little to bring…

Rehoming Rods

Rehoming Rods by Martin Wood Martin Wood: So it’s with great pleasure that I have hooked up again with Jason Scott the Eastbourne fisherman on Youtube & Facebook and talk and promote the goals he is setting for the youth in and around sea angling by collecting donations of angling gear to give out as…

Results June 2021

West Bay SAC Saturday 15th May, club members fished the latest Andy Neal Rover from various venues. All the competitors managed to catch fish with the top three being; 1st Most Fish Points: Gerry Reed 2pts 2nd Longest fish: Paul House Dogfish 59cm 3rd Most Species: Steve Fowles On Thursday the 27th May club members and a guest fished West…

Bristol Channel boat June 2021

Bristol Channel Boat Report by Tom Wright May could be best described as a steady month. Never was there really a time where the fishing was tearing but throughout a consistent flow of good fish came over the gunwhales of the various charter and private boats. Immediately around Watchet there have been good numbers of…

Poole June 2021

Poole report by Philip Higgins It is nice to be getting back to enjoying life without too many restrictions and the return of anglers on the boats. During May the Bream dominate the catches and after a slow start they have again returned in numbers this is partly due to years of angling conservation methods…

Bristol Channel Shore June 2021

Bristol Channel shore report by Craig Butler With life getting back or some sort of normal it feels like sea angling in the Bristol Channel is back to normal and better than what it was before in many ways.  The past month here on the good old Bristol Channel shore has seen some fantastic catches…

Burnham on Sea June 2021

Burnham on Sea Report by Richard Saxby It’s been a bit quiet since my last report but a few boats made it out over the bank holiday weekend. The weather wasn’t as good as forecast and the fishing was a bit below par but the boats that did make it out found just enough fish…

Weymouth June 2021

Weymouth report by Paul Whittall May has been unseasonably chilly, wet and windy…just to add to the ongoing problems regarding customer numbers as caused by the continuing Covid situation. The days that have been suitable for taking customers out to sea have produced some good results with a fine variety of species caught. Competition angling…