In Britain, sea fishing traditionally enjoys a substantial and loyal following. Interest in the sport is continually boosted by new developments in tackle and the first chapter in this book provides an objective evaluation of the various innovations in rods, reeds, line and accessories as well as expert practical advice on using the full range of equipment to achieve greater success. The second chapter covers all the proven baits from natural baits like ragworms, lubworms and shellfish to attractors in the form of feathers, spoons and artificial sand eels. The final chapter deals with all the major sea species as well as many of the lesser-known varieties. The habitat, physical characteristics and feeding habits of each species are discussed along with details of record and notable fish.
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