Latest News and Recent Catches From the World of Fishing

Sure, there are loads of things to think about when you're into fishing, but what you really care about is catching monstrous flipping fish, no? Show me an angler that doesn't want to see a picture of a world record catch and I'll show you a non-fisherman!!
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This section of the site is where we post the latest and greatest of recent catches from around the globe - from record-breaking goliath groupers down to prize sprats and minnows - we don't discriminate (ok maybe a bit - but who wants to look at a picture of a minnow?!).
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If you've caught, seen or know of a truly MASSIVE fish, drop us a line and we'll get it online. Share the wealth - that's our motto. Cheers!

Catching Fish: Why Are Anglers So Hard to Please?

Double-figure bream caught from Hollowell Reservoir, Northants

Catching no fish isn’t great, but catching fish one-after-another is not what want either! When it comes to fishermen, there’s no pleasing us!

Fun on the Bayou – Mississippi Redfish & Black Drum

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To my delight the fish shot forward and engulfed my fly. In a flash all spare line was gone, and the reel screamed in protest, as the beast took off for the horizon.

Chasing giant tarpon in Costa Rica

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As some of you may be aware, I am known by some friends as ‘Lucky Green’, and I have to admit that on this occasion it was fully justified!

My Top 5 World Saltwater Fishing Destinations

Groote Eylandt Fishing, Australia

Here’s my list of the world’s most appealing saltwater fishing destinations, based on a lifetime of listening to the people who went there and came back raving about them.

Palm Springs Salmon Fishing

18lb stillwater salmon from Greetham Valley Fishery

Son James also had an epic battle with another big fish, running him all over the lake, and finally turning the scales to 19lbs – a wonderful fish and in perfect order!

London’s Urban Fishing Scene

Urban Fishing London

The waterways of London offer anglers a surprisingly good chance of catching fish, including flounder, eels, pike, roach, carp, and even salmon, but we must protect our waterways from the ever-present threat of poaching.