A Guide To Different Types Of Angling
Thirty different articles to read covering all aspects of angling. From coarse fishing to fly fishing to what equipment to buy and how to start fishing something for every angler to read.
There's nothing quite like fishing on a pleasant summer afternoon. This is, in fact, the time of year when most UK anglers head out to get their fishing “fix.” Of course, this can lead to quite a pile up on the banks of many ponds, lakes, rivers and pier
There are few things of more relevance to the likelihood of enjoying your fishing trip (other than a good run of fish) than an accurate and favourable weather forecast. Of course, a maritime climate as is enjoyed in most of the UK is notoriously difficult to pin down with any accuracy.
Where To Buy A Rod Licence
When you're looking for where to buy a rod license in the UK, one doesn't often have to go very far. They are available at many places other than the local chapter of the Environment Agency, often very close to your favourite fishing waters.
Just because the weather has turned nasty doesn't mean you can't get out there and do some fishing. In fact, given that the annual rod licenses are good until 31 March should give some indication as to how popular winter fishing has become among many anglers in the Uk.
The History Of Angling
The history of angling dates back to the very beginnings of civilisation.
Many of the earliest references to angling are documented in a book called ‘Fishing From Earliest Times’, by William Radcliffe (published in 1926