Total professionalism, total enthusiasm, with Steve on board (can we get away with that pun?)the sea section is completely catered for.
Paul and Steve can boasts angling CV's that any angler would be proud of. Between them they have a comprehensive knowledge of the world of sea angling, whether afloat or from the shore.
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23 December 2019
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19 December 2019
It’s 6:30am and I’m driving through the quiet East Yorkshire countryside heading for Withernsea. It’s early December 2019 and time once again for the annual Daiwa Open, writes Daiwa Consultant Brian Skoyles.
04 October 2019
Most of my lure fishing takes place of small still waters, local rivers or canals, so it’s fair to say that the next two days will be taking us out of our comfort zone as along with my son Martyn we’re fishing the Haringvliet in Southern Holland. The Haringvliet is a very special water, huge in size, huge in potential. We’d travelled through the day to get here, and we were both tired, but as we stood looking out over a vast stretch of water, I knew we wouldn’t get much sleep, we wanted to get started.
13 September 2019
It was with great anticipation that this years pairs event came round for myself and partner Martin Greene, after finishing 8th in 2017 and 4th in 2018 we were hoping with a large slice of lady luck to make it into the elusive top 3 but failing that another top 10 finish would we felt be an achievement in this fiercely contested match, undoubtedly the Worlds greatest pairs event, in fact I believe outside of the international arena this is THE ultimate event.
29 May 2019
I’m very proud to be a Patron for the Forces Carp Project which is organized by Simon Bangert. Through the therapy of carp angling its aim is to assist the rehabilitation of wounded, sick and injured service men and women.