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Sea Fishing for Beginners

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Sea Fishing for Beginners

Post by Admin on Fri 16 Jul - 20:54

Fishing for Beginners

So you're going to give sea angling ago!
Or you
are an old timer with years of experience, sea fishing is all about
challenging yourself and pushing the envelope and not to forget
enjoyment, Sea fishing is no means easy however there are a few ways to
improve your fishing.

Other sea anglers around you!
will probably pick up new tips and advice from sea anglers alike, this
information is invaluable to both beginners and experienced anglers
remember sea fishing knowledge reverts to a better chance of that once
of a life time monster fish.

Quality of my sea fishing

Making sure you have the right tools for the job is
paramount; you wouldn't want that big fish to get away because of a
cheap hook or a poorly made swivel. That's why here a Monster Fishing we
insure that you get the very best quality for your money by stocking
high end professional brands such as Mustad, Hiro, Breakaway, Gemini,
Shakespeare, Penn and more.Selecting the right sea fishing tackle gear!
Everyone has a personal preference when it comes to sea rods through to
sea rigs; the important thing is find something that suits you not
everyone else. Set yourself a target and try and stick to it, as you
gain experience you can then progress onto more advanced tactics.

Rigs made easy!

Just because you cant tie a rig doesn't
mean you're a bad sea angler! There are lots of Ready made Rigs
available such as Gemini, Mustad and Sakuma. See our range of sea rigs
for a good selection.There are so many sea tackle products to choose
from! That's what we are here for! Feel free to email us from our site
any sea fishing tackle questions or product enquires to http://www.monsterfishing.co.uk/

Service & Tackle Choice.

Now you may be thinking what
this has to do with sea fishing, well getting the right product is
critical, to be able to have a large choice in sea fishing tackle and
gear all under one roof at a great price is a advantage which some local
tackle shops cannot provide.

Lure Fishing from the

Latex and other imitation sea fishing lures attract a
large variety of species such as Bass, Pollock, and Mackerel all lures
have different methods on how they should be fished, some are a copy of a
real bait fish and some just spoons or rubber strips. We recommend the
following lures, Bass Bandit, Sidewinder, Skaliwags Mackerel Stripe and
the famous Dexter Wedge. They can all be found in our extensive lures section. However there
is something for everyone and a lot boils down to the venue and success
rate. Catching a Big Bass off a lure on the shoreline is very rewarding
which is why so many sea anglers become totally addicted.

whilst fishing.

Remember your sea fishing tackle can be
replaced but your life cannot, beware of tides and dangerous rock marks!
Always plan, best advice is to purchase a Floatation suit from a
reputable source. We stock a selection of high quality floatation suits
in our clothing section.

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