ANGLING.GURUNew Thinking in Angling
10 Aug 2018

I sometimes tell people what I dedicate my time to, I am an aspiring PhD student studying the social and cultural aspects of Angling.  Almost invariably, I get an eye roll or a confused look followed by the inevitable question “Why?” To which I must answer, from my heart, “Because I want to make a […]

Angling • Bait • Trout • Worms Leave a comment
10 Aug 2018

Keiryu Fishing

I recently took my interest in Japanese fixed line fishing, in the form of Keiryu, to a small lowland stream on the hunt for some beautiful Brown Trout, I was not disappointed! Kieryu offers a low-cost way to fish for Game, and virtually every other species of fish that you can imagine in small streams […]

Angling • Bait • Keiryu • Methods • River • Species • Trout • Worms Leave a comment
22 Jul 2018

The truly great thing about species hunting is that it makes every fish really matter.  This morning, when my alarm went off a five AM, I was as keen to get up and get out fishing as I ever was.   I had had a late night the night before and I had a thirty-five-mile round […]

Angling • Bleak • River • Species • Warwickshire Avon Leave a comment
29 May 2018

Canals are great, aren’t they?  Ok, in one sense the ubiquitous question “Caught anything?” is a little annoying at times, reminding you, as it often does, that you have spent the last couple of hours sat there without even a bite.  It’s also a question, by the way, that I am convinced has been devised […]

Angling • Canals • History • Sociology Leave a comment