Coarse fishing is a style of fishing that focuses on freshwater fish. These are usually found in a lake or river environment and do not include Salmon and Trout. The word coarse is used to describe the taste that these species of fish have. Coarse fishing can be done in a number of styles. Those that want to carry out the sport in a casual manner may be happy to fish with no desire over the species, size or weight. However, there are those that are more competitive and seek challenges when they go fishing. In this article we will have a look some of the ways in which people enjoy coarse fishing, either on their own or with others. We will also take a look at some of the techniques that can be used to improve the skills needed in coarse fishing.
If you are a coarse fishing enthusiast, you’ll have to admit that one of the biggest conundrums of going about this business is selecting the right rod.
You’ll come across a hundred different rods in many tackle shops and you’ll be daunted by how much choice there is. It can be quite a bewildering experience if you aren’t very well acquainted with these fishing rods. So first and foremost, it is most important to know the difference between the types of rods. In this article, these rods will be simplified down to four different specific types.
I was happily sitting down watching an episode of “Fishing Gurus” with Dean Macey on Discovery Shed last night when I very nearly literally “pissed myself with laughter”. Dean is a great presenter and very funny with certain mannerisms and things he says (which is why I love watching his show), but last night was amazing! So amazing in fact that I had to recorder the clip of his show.
Course fishing is one of the biggest sports or hobbies here in the UK, many anglers young and old enjoy catching a wide variety of species of fish in a whole manner of different waters, ponds, lakes, canals and of course rivers. You don’t have to be an experienced angler to catch a lot of fish and to “bag up” but knowing a few simple tips will help you on your way. So without further a do, here are 5 of my top course fishing tips for people getting into our wonderful sport.
It is not a denying fact that course fishing is popular among a huge number of folks in the UK. Many anglers love to catch course fish such as chub and bream. However, some anglers are experts in targeting these fishes than others. The primary reason for their success is they use top natural baits to target course fishes. Unfortunately, many anglers lack sufficient knowledge about various types of baits for catching chubs and beams. So, what are the best baits for course fishing?