5-year Old Boy Captures a Gigantic Seabass

Benjamin Morrison, aged 5, has caught an enormous 42-pound seabass all on his own Seabass is a variety of different fish species. Most seabass are characterized by a large head and mouth, elongated body shape, and having a broad, fork-less tail. The European seabass (Dicentrarchus labrax) is a bit different. They are silver-grey in color, […]

The Wonder of Crucian Bites!

In today’s blog, I am back at my club lakes; Hockley Angling Club. With my aim catching a few early April Crucians, and also adding a few more species to my tally in the species hunt, which has so far been appalling! However a day catching a few decent skimmers/bream and some Crucians mixed in, […]

Carping On with Steve Quinlivan

My Fishing Journey, by Steve Quinlivan My first memory of ‘fishing’ was crabbing with my father and brother. Ok, not what you would call fishing today, but that was nearly 30 years ago. I then got into fishing a bit more seriously at school where we had our own lake, mainly stocked with silvers and […]

Give Fishing a Go

The Environment Agency have launched a new campaign to increase the number of people going fishing and raise awareness of the need for a fishing licence in England. FishBuddy are pleased to support the campaign by spreading the message to the visitors of the FishBuddy Directory and all our #fishbuddies on the FishBuddy App and […]

Beach Baits On A Budget

Well the sea is certainly a tad lively this weekend with big tides and a brisk easterly wind. The seabed will be stirred up for sure and it could be an interesting period for those lucky to live by the sea and mad enough to brave the conditions. My week has been dominated by our […]

Bring back ‘ Burbot ‘ ?

Burbot, Lota lota, aka Eel Pout, Lawyer Fish, Lingcod are a holarctic species native to the cold fresh waters of the Nearctic and Palearctic regions found between 40 and 70 degrees North latitudes. Burbot are demersal fish found in deep temperate lake bottoms and slow moving cold river bottoms between 4 and 18 degrees C. […]

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