James Green

Orvis Fly Reel Review

James Green began fishing at the tender age of two. Born into a family of keen fishers, including mother, father, brother and later stepfather, it was somewhat inevitable he would take up the sport.
 
Although James enjoys coarse, sea and game fishing, his passion lies with fly fishing. There's nothing he loves more than practising his casting in northern England and Scotland, especially when there's a chance of an occasional salmon or seatrout. And if the opportunity arises, he can sometimes be found in warmer climes, pursuing tailing bonefish, tarpon or permit.
 
James' claim to fame was being voted overall 'Master Angler of the Year' at the age of twelve - an award he received from Shakespeare tackle for bagging two big (at the time) common carp, in successive casts, on floating crust: 25lbs and 23.5lbs.
 
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Reasons to Purchase Used Fishing Kayaks

People purchase used products for a number of reasons. Each person is different on their opinions about buying used equipment. I know I lot of people that spend a lot of money on new equipment only to find out that it really wasn’t what they wanted. What do they do when they find out it […]

What to look for in a Kayak Fishing Paddle

There are several different types of paddles available to you in the market today. The kayak paddle is much different from the paddles we use in our boats and canoes. Boat and canoe paddles are single blade paddles that are usually about 3’ to 4’ long and is designed to give you more of a […]

Best touring kayak experience for you

Buying the best touring kayak in the market can be quite daunting. For first time buyers, this has proved to be quite a challenge with man finding it hard to get the quality kayak that they desired to get. This can either be caused by buying from unauthorized vendors or simply lacking the knowledge of […]

Dorado vs Flying Fish: Incredible Footage

Dorado vs flying fish BBC

Are there any fishermen out there that don’t consider this BBC footage spectacular? How they captured these shots, I have no idea. It’s an excerpt from “Hunger at Sea” – part of the BBC series, “The Hunt”

Catfish Car from American Pride Seafood

Catfish Car from American Pride Seafood

Check out the ‘catfish car’ from the marketing genius at American Pride Seafood. They’ve totally gone to town on what once appears to have been a VW Beetle. This is the stuff social media marketers’ dreams are made of!

I think even I could catch a tarpon here

Darcizzle Tarpon Jump

Tarpon can be extremely difficult to catch, but not always. In the following Darcizzle Offshore video, the tarpon are going completely mad after mullet.