Beach Fishing Tips - Scavenging for Bait - Rigs, Tips, Tactics - Catch More Fish

Graeme tries a bit of primitive fishing from the shore. Scavenging for fishing bait, and using a cage swim-feeder that he has attached wire legs to. It's a breezy day that kicks up a small surf, and he checks out the tideline foraging for some shellfish. In a survival situation it is good to learn how to live off the land and forage for food. As nightfall comes he manages to "save the blank" with some fish, enjoying the solitude of the open ocean, the cooking on the beach and of course there are always some Totally Awesome Tips in there as well...ENJOY !! ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ FOLLOW US ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ • Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/tafishingofficial/ • Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/totallyawesomefishing • Snapchat → tafishing • Twitter → https://twitter.com/tafishing ► Become a Patron for monthly Q&A and Behind the Scenes: https://www.patreon.com/totallyawesomefishing?ty=h ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ FISHING PLAYLISTS ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ SEA FISHING: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlJDPmb6OexrDnAFNBNJez8zRe4EECDZY BEACH FISHING: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlJDPmb6OexpRHtX7Wp_3lDa6hAmChIuh CARP FISHING: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlJDPmb6OexrY3ZHJk6KIAva6yZgyL9No FLY FISHING: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB995E0AF38A6353F PIKE, PERCH & ZANDER: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlJDPmb6Oexpa4bpAxjX6ptu_dgIx3PRW RIVER FISHING: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlJDPmb6OexpWpfhuuFw2kTn5I0-uV5hQ SHARKS & BIG GAME: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlJDPmb6OexqcTMfZwCGgHjGgOHIF4-xE "HOW TO" TIPS: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDAD5E2DCA500FE40 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ FILMING GEAR WE USE ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Main Camera - Sony Secondary Camera - http://amzn.to/2jXo3C0 DSLR Camera - http://amzn.to/2bXaO1Y Laptop Editing Computer - http://amzn.to/2g4LMd4 GoPro Chest Mount - http://amzn.to/2cjvTBL GoPro Head Mount - http://amzn.to/2bXdwo4 Drone - http://amzn.to/2bXd0GI Mike's Camera Microphone - http://amzn.to/2bThNbb These are Amazon associate links ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ TAF CLOTHING & MERCH ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ UK Clothing Store → http://totallyawesomefishing.spreadshirt.co.uk/ Europe Clothing → http://totallyawesomefishing-eu.spreadshirt.net/ US Clothing Store → http://totallyawesomefishing.spreadshirt.com/ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ TAOUTDOORS ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Subscribe to our other YouTube Channel TAOutdoors: https://www.youtube.com/c/taoutdoors

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Graeme tries a bit of primitive fishing from the shore. Scavenging for fishing bait, and using a cage swim-feeder that he has attached wire legs to. It's a breezy day that kicks up a small surf, and he checks out the tideline foraging for some shellfish. In a survival situation it is good to learn how to live off the land and forage for food. As nightfall comes he manages to "save the blank" with some fish, enjoying the solitude of the open ocean, the cooking on the beach and of course there are always some Totally Awesome Tips in there as well...ENJOY !! ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ FOLLOW US ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ • Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/tafishingofficial/ • Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/totallyawesomefishing • Snapchat → tafishing • Twitter → https://twitter.com/tafishing ► Become a Patron for monthly Q&A and Behind the Scenes: https://www.patreon.com/totallyawesomefishing?ty=h ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ FISHING PLAYLISTS ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ SEA FISHING: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlJDPmb6OexrDnAFNBNJez8zRe4EECDZY BEACH FISHING: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlJDPmb6OexpRHtX7Wp_3lDa6hAmChIuh CARP FISHING: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlJDPmb6OexrY3ZHJk6KIAva6yZgyL9No FLY FISHING: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB995E0AF38A6353F PIKE, PERCH & ZANDER: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlJDPmb6Oexpa4bpAxjX6ptu_dgIx3PRW RIVER FISHING: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlJDPmb6OexpWpfhuuFw2kTn5I0-uV5hQ SHARKS & BIG GAME: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlJDPmb6OexqcTMfZwCGgHjGgOHIF4-xE "HOW TO" TIPS: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDAD5E2DCA500FE40 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ FILMING GEAR WE USE ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Main Camera - Sony Secondary Camera - http://amzn.to/2jXo3C0 DSLR Camera - http://amzn.to/2bXaO1Y Laptop Editing Computer - http://amzn.to/2g4LMd4 GoPro Chest Mount - http://amzn.to/2cjvTBL GoPro Head Mount - http://amzn.to/2bXdwo4 Drone - http://amzn.to/2bXd0GI Mike's Camera Microphone - http://amzn.to/2bThNbb These are Amazon associate links ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ TAF CLOTHING & MERCH ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ UK Clothing Store → http://totallyawesomefishing.spreadshirt.co.uk/ Europe Clothing → http://totallyawesomefishing-eu.spreadshirt.net/ US Clothing Store → http://totallyawesomefishing.spreadshirt.com/ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ TAOUTDOORS ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Subscribe to our other YouTube Channel TAOutdoors: https://www.youtube.com/c/taoutdoors

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TAFishing
TAFishing - 2 years ago
This one is for the Sea Fishermen out there! Something a little different, learning about your surroundings and what nature can provide.
dem boyz customs ca
dem boyz customs ca - 2 years ago
TAFishing if they are in fact an invasive species it seems as if though they would encourage people to use them for bait because that's ultimately killing them faster is it not
Danny Jones
Danny Jones - 2 years ago
Ps Dungeness and Chesil Beach are next on our list
Danny Jones
Danny Jones - 2 years ago
Evening Grahem ,

Great show keep it up I’m an avid fan.

My first time to ask anything but here goes...

Me and a few friends are going to the admiralty pier in Dover in a couple a weeks for a 24hr session
The aim is for COD but we will probably end up with whiting hehehehe any tips on bait or what distance we need to be casting out to hav a chance for the cod ?

Any other tips would be great but your vids so far have taught me all I know so far :-)

Many thanks
Where do you fish most would love to meet you and shake your hand
Chuck N
Chuck N - 2 years ago
Good to see you by the coast again Graham. Can't wait for more now we're coming out of the winter season. It's great to see how TAOUTDOORS has taken off and am really enjoying Mike's content but hope he keeps finding time to work with you on here. After all this is where it all began. Keep up the good work, we all appreciate it.
Robert Manning
Robert Manning - 2 years ago
hey can you let me know where this was? it looks so familiar also keep up the good work!
Muscle Tone
Muscle Tone - 2 years ago
I'de bet it was a big squid that took that chunk out of that fish
Tim Richards
Tim Richards - 2 years ago
Really enjoy you and your sons content. Especially liked this video. Very cool to see a mini campout at the beach while fishing
Matt Holmes
Matt Holmes - 2 years ago
The culprit to the pouting would most probably be a cuttle fish
Manda Sutcliffe
Manda Sutcliffe - 2 years ago
Awesome video as always...
23BMatty
23BMatty - 2 years ago
Hi Graeme love the sea fishing thanks for all the hard work and effort you put in to bring great informative sessions to us. Would be great to know where you were fishing as I’ve done several sessions down South but yet to pick up a dog fish .
Ouis Sandy
Ouis Sandy - 2 years ago
Omg I learned a new rig your a genius! I am going to use this with bunker on stripe bass in a few weeks!
the lazy fish keeper
the lazy fish keeper - 2 years ago
well now that you mention it i do have a pack of oreos lol
jackie cousins
jackie cousins - 2 years ago
Great fishing and a bit of help from the lucky stone, and your years of experience x

10. comment for Beach Fishing Tips - Scavenging for Bait - Rigs, Tips, Tactics - Catch More Fish

Brent Weigelt
Brent Weigelt - 2 years ago
I'm learning a Ton of excellent info from you!!! Thanks!!!
silverbob999
silverbob999 - 2 years ago
another great show once again !!!! keep them coming
Jason Young
Jason Young - 2 years ago
I wouldnt throw that makky tail away, using a size 1 or 1/0 hook, its perfect bait, you can use it over and over. a few years ago I landed 3 whiting in a row on one tail.
Jason Young
Jason Young - 2 years ago
Ahh, cool, wasnt aware of that. Mind you, I generally fish from pier/promenade, so distance isnt much of an issue.
TA Outdoors
TA Outdoors - 2 years ago
The reason we cut the mackerel tail off is that it makes the bait spin in the air when casting .Removing it makes the bait travel better.
Outdoor Jo
Outdoor Jo - 2 years ago
Brilliant :-) ... I wish I had your stamina I really do, you must have been freezing out on that beach that time of night but I love the enthusiasm and I love that you always hang in there til the job is done and beyond. Certainly inspiring me to keep on trying, Thanks for that and some great entertainment too :o)
stevie b
stevie b - 2 years ago
I've heard lug can get washed on beach after a storm is that true Mr.
Torben Larsen
Torben Larsen - 2 years ago
you are a cool teacher  graeme  love you vid
Gilberto Fonseca
Gilberto Fonseca - 2 years ago
Nicely done mate well done and good job with the video and big fan mate
Dietmar L.
Dietmar L. - 2 years ago
Hi Graeme did you get a bite on the Pouting.
TA Outdoors
TA Outdoors - 2 years ago
No,not that night,but Pouting is a really good bait for Rays and Conger.
Hawaii Adventure
Hawaii Adventure - 2 years ago
as always, great video from the master. I hope you can help me too with my fishing. I just went fishing today and caught 0 fish.
Kiwi Fisher
Kiwi Fisher - 2 years ago
Wow, when I think back its amazing how many hours I've spent watching your youtube videos over the years. In 2013-14 I would download your videos and watch them on long car trips haha

20. comment for Beach Fishing Tips - Scavenging for Bait - Rigs, Tips, Tactics - Catch More Fish

David Devine
David Devine - 2 years ago
Ye never disappoint gramme.
Perry Hampson
Perry Hampson - 2 years ago
I was surprised by your comment about not using Slipper Limpets as bait. I knew nothing of this and so I researched it. It came as a bit of a shock. I don’t know when this all came about. I originate from a coastal town in Essex and can recall quite clearly large numbers of these shellfish washing up on the tideline, especially after rough weather. This was in the mid-to late 1950’s, so they have obviously been around our coasts for while. We used to use them as bait back then, but seldom caught anything on them. Thanks for drawing this to my attention. I always enjoy your videos - especially the sea fishing ones.
Agent Orange
Agent Orange - 2 years ago
Pevensey bay Eastbourne ???
Agent Orange
Agent Orange - 2 years ago
TAFishing Pevensey bay is about 1 mile East of White Horses. There is a tackle shop there. Further East is Normans bay which is more shallow, sandy and lots of sand bars. Were you fishing at White Horses in this video?
TAFishing
TAFishing - 2 years ago
Never heard of the place !!....Unless you mean White Horses ??
Fisher Legend
Fisher Legend - 2 years ago
Is that in shoreham?
Tainui Kara
Tainui Kara - 2 years ago
Great fishing tips mate, I have been watching you for like 2 years and all your tips always (or nearly always) work. Keep it up. Greetings from spain
Beowulf 59
Beowulf 59 - 2 years ago
Absolutely Love your videos, so entertaining. ty.
Tiarnay
Tiarnay - 2 years ago
Do you need a license or permit to fish in the sea in uk?
hedgerowpete
hedgerowpete - 2 years ago
Tiarnay no you dont
zindi1138
zindi1138 - 2 years ago
what would you catch in those cold lands we wonders
G T
G T - 2 years ago
Those dog fish, are they apart of the shark family? Never seen them before.
TAFishing
TAFishing - 2 years ago
Related to the shark family,as are Bull Huss which is also called the Greater Spotted Dogfish.The ones I caught are called Lesser Spotted Dogfish. Next species up in UK would be the Tope which is a seabed sort of shark,then we have our "real" sharks,Blue,Thresher and Porbeagle. The Mako is also an extremely rare visitor,just a handful in a 40- year period. We have some good footage of all 3 sharks in our playlist if you want to check them out.
sambo170a
sambo170a - 2 years ago
Bonjour Je suis le french guy avec le bump in the head hahahaha
TAFishing
TAFishing - 2 years ago
Bonjour mon ami...Je suis le Englazy avec le crappo casting technique. Sincere apologies.

30. comment for Beach Fishing Tips - Scavenging for Bait - Rigs, Tips, Tactics - Catch More Fish

K Camp
K Camp - 2 years ago
I am one of your dedicated viewers from across the pond, Pennsylvania to be exact, and look forward to your videos every week. Thanks. Hoping to see you and your buddy, Wayne fishing again soon.
Jacob Puszcz
Jacob Puszcz - 2 years ago
By far the best fishing channel out there..... another tuna fishing video would be savage ! Heard you can catch them during the summer off the coast of Kerry ...keep em coming !
Jungle
Jungle - 2 years ago
wait are the mackerel in already ?, in Ireland btw i duno if it would be different here compared to where this was filmed
Jungle
Jungle - 2 years ago
TAFishing ohh haha, it just looked very fresh so i assumed it was cought recently
TAFishing
TAFishing - 2 years ago
Yes the mackerel were in already....In the freezer !!!!
Roger Fairbrother
Roger Fairbrother - 2 years ago
Hi Graham. ( not sure spelt right sorry!) I really enjoy your videos and it has inspired me a lot as I'm new to beach fishing. Now one thing I'm wondering is how do you get all your gear down to the beach? You seem to carry a multitude of reels and gear. I would be greatful for any advice you can give me. Keep up the good work and I'm sure I speak for lots of people who enjoy your films. Roger F.
Tiffany Welton
Tiffany Welton - 2 years ago
Hey Graeme when was this video recorded? I have no luck fishing the jetty and pier where i live. Hoping the state stocks trout nearby my county.
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. - 2 years ago
What about limpits?
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. - 2 years ago
Never heard or seen a slipper limpet on the beach, will have to keep an eye out!
TAFishing
TAFishing - 2 years ago
I think you are ok using the cone type limpets stuck to rocks,its the slipper limpets they seem to have got their keepnets in a twist over.
Gary Bellman
Gary Bellman - 2 years ago
Thanks Graeme for giving us Salty’s our fix at long last, when you taking Hi Sea Drifter out, know it’s still bit early yet. Are you and Mike going to Ireland this year? Great camera work, editing and content, you should get an Oscar!
TAFishing
TAFishing - 2 years ago
An Oscar?? i kept fish once in a tank,but never an Oscar .I would probably end up using it as bait.(Only fishtank freaks will know the Oscar is also a fish)
David Harvey
David Harvey - 2 years ago
Nice video Graeme. I used to like to try different bait. Never had any luck with slugs or earthworms although i did catch one dab on the latter. Thoroughly enjoyed watching, i might even get my gear out and have a try myself. Thankyou!
Virginia Bradley
Virginia Bradley - 2 years ago
Thumbs up!!!!!!!!!!
Clark and Virginia
alanrtment porter
alanrtment porter - 2 years ago
Hello Graeme, is that jaxx's hat?
Hamid Baaoui
Hamid Baaoui - 2 years ago
Mussel are great bait for catching 'Dorade Royale' or bream.
THUGLIFE187 bruce shakur
THUGLIFE187 bruce shakur - 2 years ago
Fantastic video really enjoy the beach videos . Looking forward to next one...
Al one Quin
Al one Quin - 2 years ago
Really enjoyed that another great video thanks for sharing looking forward to the next one keep up the great work.
Easy Fishing
Easy Fishing - 2 years ago
Hi Graeme I have been experimenting with swimfeeders from the beach for a few years with some interesting results. Glad to see it working for you as well. Hope you will be at the fishing show. Tight Lines
Iain Bickerstaff
Iain Bickerstaff - 2 years ago
Great to see you back at the beach.looking forward to next week
leonard whelehan
leonard whelehan - 2 years ago
thanks for bringing me back to the beach .cant wait for the next one.......
TAFishing
TAFishing - 2 years ago
Too right !!....Spend 7 hours biteless on a beach then get a bang on the rod tip....Only a doggie maybe...but better than a blank.
Simon  Hopkins
Simon Hopkins - 2 years ago
it's an offence to use slipper limpets as bait Wtf.
sabaton master fän
sabaton master fän - 2 years ago
Nice vid thx we all can learn mutch from you.
Alan Evans
Alan Evans - 2 years ago
Apparently the Slipper Limpets are good to eat.

50. comment for Beach Fishing Tips - Scavenging for Bait - Rigs, Tips, Tactics - Catch More Fish

Elio Santillo
Elio Santillo - 2 years ago
Great as usual
Eddy Lonergan
Eddy Lonergan - 2 years ago
Graeme, All on your lonesome. I reckon, all the fisherman are in the pub with binoculars looking to see if you catch.
Shadow Rider
Shadow Rider - 2 years ago
I really enjoy your videos, your enthusiasm is infectious and I like you, even enjoy catching doggy's.
R W Glavin
R W Glavin - 2 years ago
I think this summer & fall I'm going to re-tool for a little beach work. Not sure what's going on out there this time of year but something with gills will be moving around. Nice vid bud. Thanx.
Gill Bradford
Gill Bradford - 2 years ago
graham you ever used lamprey for sea fishing
SteelZenith
SteelZenith - 2 years ago
Every time I watch one of these southern beach fishing videos it reminds me of visiting my gran in Littlehampton, you ever fish there?
TAFishing
TAFishing - 2 years ago
Used to fish out of there over the Kingmere rocks for black bream when I was writing articles for the mags of that time. Too many years ago,but I remember the boat...name was "Manta",and I think the skipper's name was Bill Hunter ??...Anyone else remember the boat ?...It was a long time ago for sure.
stuart geary
stuart geary - 2 years ago
Really good film this week. Thanks for all the effort you go to, to make such entertaining you tube.
TAFishing
TAFishing - 2 years ago
No probs,I have always liked shore fishing so its good to get out there and give it a go.
Muayyd Mo
Muayyd Mo - 2 years ago
Thanks for another great video and tips.
kevin buckler
kevin buckler - 2 years ago
Great stuff as usual Graeme.I like to use a swim feeder this time of the year too,extra scent all helps when there's not so much about.What mix do you use in yours ?
darrenbetts2987
darrenbetts2987 - 2 years ago
Possibly a squid that had the pouting.
darrenbetts2987
darrenbetts2987 - 2 years ago
Harry Rambo if you take a look at my channel you’ll see what we look like so can recognise us. We both have blue imax smocks.
Harry Rambo
Harry Rambo - 2 years ago
I'll look out for a guy and his son called Darren, I take it? I'll be surprised if I don't bump into you at Weybourne some point this year! Best of luck to you both
darrenbetts2987
darrenbetts2987 - 2 years ago
Harry Rambo my son and I have worked out roughly when they seem to hit weybourne so will start a week or two earlier there and Trimmingham.
Harry Rambo
Harry Rambo - 2 years ago
Yes when I heard about the hounds I only heard about a couple of guys that had a really nice haul one night.I desperately want there to be some better fishing this year. We really need it!
darrenbetts2987
darrenbetts2987 - 2 years ago
TA Outdoors if you ever venture up this way again let us know.
darrenbetts2987
darrenbetts2987 - 2 years ago
TA Outdoors that’s a good spot. We’ve been down the far end of trimmingham to the west. Very few people fish there as it’s tricky to get down.
darrenbetts2987
darrenbetts2987 - 2 years ago
Harry Rambo I had a good take last year at Trimmingham but didn’t pick it up quickly enough. It certainly took some line. I figure it was a hound as they were still coming out at the lifeboat house in mundesley but closer to me is Weybourne and the hounds seem to only hit there a week or two. Last year it seemed like only a couple of days.
Harry Rambo
Harry Rambo - 2 years ago
I'v heard about some decent catches of smoothound, and I myself have had bass up to just under 10lb from Cromer pier. There are some incredible bass living among the pier, but ultimately the place is ruined by idiot fisherman and crabbers. The top spots are all but unfishable due to the sheer amount of line, crab nets and junk lining the bottom, not to mention locals taking as many as 10-15 bass a night each to sell for profit. I'm going to solely fish the beaches this year for them, I'll let you know how it goes
TA Outdoors
TA Outdoors - 2 years ago
I used to walk about half a mile to the left. Seemed like the fishing was better up there. I was tipped off by Jim Ingledew who was a top beach angler and long caster of that era. Night fishing mostly gave the better fishing. No idea what its like now though.
darrenbetts2987
darrenbetts2987 - 2 years ago
Harry Rambo indeed
Harry Rambo
Harry Rambo - 2 years ago
It could very well be a cuttlefish, They are very common in our waters and are generally bigger than squid. There are some videos on youtube of underwater footage of the chalk reefs here in north norfolk, and there are quite a lot of cuttlefish down there. You also find their white bones on the beach.
darrenbetts2987
darrenbetts2987 - 2 years ago
Icetruckiller there were a few boats quite close but didn’t see if they were catching. It sounds as if it’s iffy everywhere lately. I know that some reasonable rays can come out near Hopton.
Icetruckiller
Icetruckiller - 2 years ago
darrenbetts2987 I live at Gorleston, and the fishing has been awful for ages. Long gone are the days when you could stand at the cliffs and see tilly lamps all the way past Horton and beyond.
darrenbetts2987
darrenbetts2987 - 2 years ago
TAFishing which end did you fish at trimmingham? Did you go to Mundesley end where it’s easy to park and Fish or the other end where you go down the cliffs?
We had a couple of sessions recently at Gorleston for COD and rays but blanked.
TAFishing
TAFishing - 2 years ago
I did hear that.I can't think why as I used to drive up to Trimingham,Waxham and other spots just for the Cod and Whiting...shows just how tough our shore fishing is getting. Seems the open beaches are deserts,its only the rough ground marks that are throwing up decent fishing.
darrenbetts2987
darrenbetts2987 - 2 years ago
TA Outdoors fishing up here in north norfolk has been diabolical lately.
TA Outdoors
TA Outdoors - 2 years ago
Yep,I reckon you are right. After squidding on a pier (film up some time ago) the guys on there said it was exactly how a big squid chops through a backbone with its powerful beak to disable their prey...must be a lot of squid in our seas now eating smaller fish after the commercials stripped our mackerel stocks.The squid are maybe taking the place of the depleted mackerel stocks,though I hear that squid populations worldwide are on the increase due to general overfishing of other species....getting tougher to find good fishing all the time !!
Steve G
Steve G - 2 years ago
SUCCESS!
Istvan grujic
Istvan grujic - 2 years ago
Thank you on totally awesome video ;)
Gareth Plunkett
Gareth Plunkett - 2 years ago
Love that silly rig. I would follow that up with some heavy ground baiting..
Stephen Gayfer
Stephen Gayfer - 2 years ago
Another great video Graeme, very interesting...
Brahim Ziani
Brahim Ziani - 2 years ago
I love you Surfcasting fishing videos
Kent Angling Productions
Kent Angling Productions - 2 years ago
As a guy that fishes and forages the sea I can say that Graeme is completely right with the oyster shell, one ring = one year, like a tree. Also, every shellfish shown here is good to eat, my favourite way of cooking them being in butter and it's own juices and added to a rice dish like a Spanish paella. Oysters are a particular favourite. Great video once again Graeme and Mike, I don't know about you but I can't wait for the long summer sessions when the mackerel are throbbing at the surface and bass are in hunting them.
hedgerowpete
hedgerowpete - 2 years ago
Kent Angling Productions cheers. I never knew that
Joseph Duffy
Joseph Duffy - 2 years ago
Amazing vid man
UKz-_-MoNsTeR Videos
UKz-_-MoNsTeR Videos - 2 years ago
i made spoons an spinners out of shells didn't cach nuffing but thay did spin and move correctly you should try it an see if you can cach on them
UKz-_-MoNsTeR Videos
UKz-_-MoNsTeR Videos - 2 years ago
allways look forward to this video i need to get out and fish more
Pistol Pete
Pistol Pete - 2 years ago
Like that feeder idea mate... i used to love my sea fish had all the good gear , century , saltist reel, fished in the winter for five years or so caught a 8lb biggest fish i live up in newcastle quit 4 year ago went to carp fishing wish id never sold my sea gear like as id like to go now and again
Pistol Pete
Pistol Pete - 2 years ago
TAFishing amen to that
TAFishing
TAFishing - 2 years ago
That's exactly why I do all- round fishing, mix it up..anticipation and excitement of trying for another species,with different tackle,surroundings and rigs....It keeps it all fresh and makes a change to get challenged.
James Potter
James Potter - 2 years ago
Great video Greame. Looking forward until the next
Joel Thomas
Joel Thomas - 2 years ago
another good vid. keep them coming. get hi sea drifter out mate
Dillon Tollworthy
Dillon Tollworthy - 2 years ago
Great vid love it pulled it out the bag again
Connor Car
Connor Car - 2 years ago
Yes another video !! Love them Graeme keep it up

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