I’ve not been fishing for over 9 months now… No, we’ve not had a baby in the Morley house hold! (not another one anyway). I have had a very busy year, with getting married and the business taking up a lot of time I’ve not found the drive to go fishing, oh yeah I have also started another blog.
But now pike season is in full swing I am actually going on Monday 30th November. Actually looking forward to digging out the piking gear and giving the lure’s a chuck.
Here is one of my “drunk fishing videos” (i’m not really drunk in them by the way they are simply slowed down using editing software to make it appear as if im hammered).
Im sorry to say that this is probably my PB Tench, not fished for tench really before, but as you can see I was quite proud of this one. A mate of mine has a garden pond where he is always looking for Tench for sale so he can keep a few… Anyway, here is a short video I shot. Enjoy.
Feeder fishing is one of the most common forms of coarse fishing here in the UK, and also one of the most dramatic!! There is nothing better that watching the quiver tip wrap around when a fish takes the bait! I have been seeing a lot of people each month searching the internet for “feeder fishing videos” and landing on my website, however I don’t really give many examples of feeder fishing videos, until now.
I have spent a few hours compiling a set of videos on feeder fishing which I hope you will enjoy and appreciate, please feel free to comment in the section below this post if you think I have missed any decent quality videos.
White Water Fisheries
Here is where my work and hobby collides, I was contacted earlier this week by Stephen White at White Water Fisheries. Steve was looking for somebody to help with his internet marketing for the fishery website. We had a chat about his business and how I could help him and I am pleased to say Steve is now one of The Web Design Group’s clients.
Happy New Year! 2015 is here and I have been out fishing on the first day of the new year. Unlike this time last year I caught a fish I’m glad to say.
Just a quick post tonight about my first session pole fishing, down Stanton FC’s Nutbrook Canal.
I never really fancied fishing the pole before, but having spoken to the match anglers at Stanton I began warming to the idea. I found a cheap pole in Dragon Carp and bought a few pole rigs. I was all set for my first session.
I was really surprised how difficult it is to handle a pole, especially if all you have done is used rod and reel before.
Thomas has really been enjoying his Perch fishing recently, hes have a great session over the last couple of days with some great fish caught. These were caught mainly on maggot and worm under the bridge at Potters Lock on the Erewash Canal in Ilkeston.
I’ve been itching to get out fishing, and been wanting to take Tom again for a long time. This morning was absolutely aweful, heavy rain and thunderstorms I seriously didn’t think we could have got out today. By 10:30am the rain had slowed up, so I went over to our local tackle shop and bought half a pint of red maggots. We were going to get out after dinner all being well.
Here is another short video of me lure fishing on the Erewash Canal in Ilkeston. I live close to the canal and its only a short walk down of an evening. I like to walk along the canal covering a lot of water.
Today I went out on my dinner hour and shot a short video of me free lining bread flake on the Nutbrook Canal, part of Stanton FC’s waters. I initially wanted to target the big carp that crusie up and down the canal, but then I stumbled upon the huge shoal of bream which also swim up and down on a hot day.
Here is the video, have a look