Feature – One Rod, One Lure, One Chance To Catch A Fish

Lee Russell-Clark is a keen Lerfer, Vlogger and blogger. He recently asked me to get involved in an ensemble piece for his blog, asking me what rod, lure and chance would be best for a flounder? I of course accepted his offer to get involved and you can see below for the finished article. https://seasideandcocacola.wordpress.com/2021/06/16/one-rod-1-lure-1-chance-to-catch-a-fish-part-1-lrf-tactics/#more-952https://seasideandcocacola.wordpress.com/2021/06/16/one-rod-1-lure-1-chance-to-catch-a-fish-part-1-lrf-tactics/#more-952

Essex Anglers – Flounder On A Bladed Jighead

Flounder just epitomise LRF to me… Quirky looking, surprisingly aggressive and fight so well on light tackle. I knew that they start to come back from spawning in May, so could I catch an early one? A trip to Cornwall was on the cards… As ever, it’s a pleasure to be asked to contribute to…

Flounder In The Torchlight

It had been a slow evening, the occasional smelt, goby and whiting had shown – classic winter species. The calm clear night was perfect for ultralight lure fishing, even the tiniest of bites could be felt tugging at the fine Japanese braid. With barely a breath of wind, the harbour looked like a sheet of…

LRF/Light Game – Harbour Gurnards

Autumn had truly arrived in the South-West, the leaves were abandoning the trees, hastened by strong winds and heavy rain. The duality of the season is that we know the fishing could be spectacular, but the conditions could also be against us. That was the conundrum I had found myself in – with time and…

Light Game/LRF Social – Tub Gurnard On Lures

I have talked many times about the social side of LRF, how marks are shared, anglers are friendly and meet ups are common. In these odd times, the social element becomes even more important as we try to forget about the drama going on in the world, so we can just enjoy being by the…

Light Game/LRF – Turbo Tuesday

Cornwall is not just a county of pasties, surfing and second homes, it’s also the land of endless fishing variety… I know how lucky I am being able to fish this coastline on a regular basis. Two Cornish species on my wishlist this year are the greater weever and turbot. There was a chance of…