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volusian wrote:thanks for that Occy ... Its not quite as popular in the UK as it arrears to be in Aussie or US.... guess its down to weather conditions. Between October and April we mostly have to wear very warm clothing as the sea temp is around 5-8C ... so pretty chilly. I hope it takes off a lot more in the UK as it is a lovely sport to participate in.
Im sure you chaps could offer people in the UK quite a bit of advice as you have been doing for much longer. In fact myself and some friends locally have only been kayak fishing for around 5 months although i have been kayaking for over 3 years now mostly on Sport surf kayaks. ... but as for kayak fishing we are relative beginners. I have however been a keen fishierman for over 30 years.
My website http://www.kayakfishing.co.uk is picking up quite well and certainly offers an insight into the sport. Hopefully it will help promote the sport in the UK over the coming years.
Thanks for the interest occy ...
leftieant wrote:Come on guys
Why has no-one mentioned the mighty REDFIN yet?
It would definitely rate in my top 3 - whiting and flatties up there also. But I think I would almost go some redfin over a flattie tail.
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