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Summer Cod Fishing

Summer cod fishing Upto about 3 years ago I, like so many other cod fishermen, put my rods away once spring arrived as my perception of codfishing was cold dark nights and big coloured seas. Three years ago I remember having a conversation with Iain Sellers who was adamant that the summer cod fishing on [...]

By |March 31st, 2016|Cod Fishing, Lead Article|2 Comments
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Fishing in Norway at Skarnsundet

Arrived about 5.30 ish went out on pier for a few hours we got plenty of haddock up to 5lb a few coddling. next morn went with phil to besikar to try for halibut but they didnt show but had a few decent cod and a dab over 2lb. next day went to slip way [...]

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Shore Fishing Iceland 2014 “The Volcano Erupts” Day 5

M.A.S.A.C In Iceland Day 5 Day 5 saw us head to a place called Hjalteyrarvegur. Here there is a pier, and with a 30 yard chuck you?re into 60 metres of water.Now I have to say this is the 1st time we lost a little bit of faith in Steve our guide. As you can see [...]

By |September 2nd, 2014|Lead Article, News|0 Comments
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Shore Fishing Iceland 2014 Day 4

M.A.D.S.A.C In Iceland day 4 Day 4 SiglufjrurDay 4 saw us head West out of town for 20 minutes to a nice town called Siglufjrur. Today,s mini competition was for the most species. Hopes again were high for a good few fish (well for some of us who weren,t fed up of catching every cast). As [...]

By |September 1st, 2014|Lead Article, News|0 Comments
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Shore Fishing Iceland 2014 Day 3

Well here we go again, Day 3 sees us back in Dalvik, which is a 15 minute drive from our base. The mark was on the Grimsey island ferry pier. As you can see another one of those hard to get to fish out the back of your car marks. Each day we?ve been having [...]

By |August 27th, 2014|Lead Article, News|1 Comment
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Shore Fishing Iceland 2014 Day 2

M.A.D.S.A.C. goes to Iceland day 2 Well I hope day 1 whetted your appetite cos day 2 was slightly different and a tad longer. Our day started with an all you can eat continental breakfast at the hotel for about ?8 each, which wasn?t too shabby. Once done we had to wait for pour guide to [...]

By |August 26th, 2014|Lead Article, News|2 Comments
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Shore Fishing In Iceland 2014 Day 1

Well after numerous scares we have eventually landed in Iceland. We arrived in Iceland despite a Heart attack and an erupting volcano. I cannot write down in words the stress and mither I've been through over the last 2 weeks, however I can honestly say it's been worth it already. Our journey started at 0200hrs [...]

By |August 25th, 2014|Lead Article, News|0 Comments
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A monster session on Angelsey by Holderness forum member Col aka bigbadcol

With a few mid week rest days for me and Pete sulking cos his diving club decided to head the the Summer Isles without him  I thought I'd give him a ring n see if he fancied a trip to Angelsey. Before I did I'd just read that Gethyn had a few spare places on Wednesdays [...]

By |June 16th, 2014|Boat & Kayak, Lead Article|3 Comments
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MADSACs Shetlands Adventure

Day 1 After setting off Friday at 8am we arrived in Yell in time to board the boat for 10am Saturday morning. The steam out to the mark was probably one of the roughest I had been aboard. And it wasn't much better when we got there. Stevie was first to be sick then was [...]

By |June 3rd, 2014|Boat & Kayak, Lead Article|1 Comment
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Valhalla Charter Boat Of Bridlington – Down Memory Lane

Fishing Charter Boat Valhalla The story i am about to tell must be every skippers and anglers nightmare (Sunday the 11th August 1985), it started off as a good days angling aboard the charter boat the Valhalla out of Bridlington with a group of anglers from Negas SAC Hull, the boat was skippered by Ian Taylor known [...]

By |April 9th, 2014|Boat & Kayak, Lead Article, News|14 Comments