New for 2018, the Fiiish Candy Shrimp lure. A new saltwater lure designed to target sea-bream, although it will slay all manner of saltwater species. The lure is metal, allowing you to fish at depth should you require. The lure’s action is described as an undulating and planing action. The Candy Shrimp looks to be available in 2 colours, including UV and paint that glows. More info should become available after the major French tackle shows in the coming weeks.
Three weights and sizes exist at launch:
The dates and venue have been confirmed for China’s leading fishing tackle trade show, the 2013 Guangzhou International Fishing Fair:
Date: May 9th -11th ,2013
Venue: China Import and Export Fair Pazhou Complex
With the support of some famous tackle brands, including Shimano, Rapala, PrecisionPak, Surmount, Seven Islands, GT-BIO, Casini, Lure Unlimited, American Eagle Claw and 3-Sworo Fishing Tackle, Fish Guangzhou has now been successful for 3 years, attracting Continue reading “2013 Guangzhou International Fishing Fair”
You may not have heard of IMA before, unless you’re already reasonably interested in lure fishing. In comparison to lure manufacturers like Rapala, IMA is the new kid on the block and part of a cool, new wave of tackle manufacturers reaching our shores from Japan. The cool kids love them. Anoraks like me love them. But best of all, the fish seem to love them too. Out of Continue reading “IMA Soft Plastic Lures”
Fishing on holiday just got a whole lot easier for me.
Just to clarify, we’re not talking about ‘Fishing Holidays’ here, with intense angling itineraries and perhaps lavish tackle purchases for taking-on the highly targeted game fish of your choice – we’re talking average family holidays abroad.
I’m sure we share the same dilemmas every holiday. You’re an avid fisherman. You love fishing. You love fish. And consequently you always try to book a holiday near the coast in the hope you’ll find time to flex the Continue reading “Fishing on Holiday? LRF, the Perfect Travel Companion”
It’s that time of year again. You can feel the first warmth in the sunshine, there’s buds on the trees and the birds are singing. As a lure angler you’re starting to think ‘Bass’.
If like me, you haven’t already set yourself up for the coming season, now’s the time to make sure all your favourite lures are ready to go, the moment the fish are in. For hard bodied lures (plugs) that usually means checking all the hardware for signs of corrosion, bluntness or weakness. While I normally replace any iffy trebles with the excellent Daiichi Bleeding Bait treble hooks, at the end of last summer I started to play around with single hooks on some of my lures. After reading conflicting views on various fishing forums Continue reading “Decoy Pluggin Single Hooks”