The Big Lerf Winter League 21/22 In Numbers

We made it! Our inaugural Winter League has come to an end. To try and sum it up, I wanted to delve into the results, to see what were the most common and the what were the rarest fish caught. It’s also a chance to celebrate how seriously talented the anglers who got involved are….

HOOKPOINT MAGAZINE – Hartlepool LRF

I really enjoyed writing this one, an article all about mine and Olly’s road trip to Hartlepool and the amazing species we caught. As usual you can find the link below… FIND THE LINK BY CLICKING HERE

HOOKPOINT MAGAZINE – The Walls Have Eyes

Another month and another brilliant issue of Hookpoint Magazine. It continues to be a real pleasure to write for them and this article may be my favourite yet. We Lerfers love topknot and the article linked below has three of them in it. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing…

Goby Slaying – My Guide

Goby slayer nounNot to be confused with insanity (or anyone with murderous intentions), someone who enjoys targeting gobies. Fashionable fish they are not, the majority of them are tiny and go unnoticed… Gobies aren’t top of most angler’s wish-lists; to the species hunter though, they are a goldmine. If, like me, you enjoy geeking out…

The Big Lerf Podcast – Episode 5 – Winter LRF

It’s been too long since episode 4 of the Podcast and I really enjoyed this catch up with Rich and Joe. This time we recorded on the rocks, which means there is occasional wind and wave noise but hopefully that’s not too distracting. As ever you can find the links below to choose your favourite…

The Big Lerf Fundraiser 2022 – BUY TICKETS

The Big Lerf Fundraiser 2022 will take place in Plymouth, Devon on Saturday 16th July at 9am. This event will build on the incredible turnout for the 2021 event in Weymouth and hopefully raise lots of money for our two chosen charities. As before this will be a lure only event, with a variety of…

LRF Basics – Why Use Ester Line?

Thanks to our friends in Japan, Light Rock Fishing is always moving, always evolving. Their obsession with perfection eventually finds it’s way to our shores, for UK Lerfers to work out uses for our species. The Japanese ‘Ajing’ obsession is what has delivered Polyester (Ester) line to us and to my door. Having used it…