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is there anyway of knowing how to,what rigs ,whats meant to be out at what months and baits to use for certain fish
ie from a beech ras,sole ,flat,mack ect .Is there a book to help ?
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hi JIMMYD, ihave a book called (colins new encyclopedia of fishing in britain and ireland) try and find a copy its a good book

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Post by mrix »

Rabbi2 posted this very imformative sticky topic on species by month in the general forum, link below..

http://www.sea-fishing.org/ftopict-8269.html

Also if you look to the main menu on the left under sea fishing rigs 1, 2 and 3 you will see some common rigs to use.

Common baits to use Mackerel strips, ragworm, lugworm, squid strips.

Unless you intend to target a certain species??

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you cant beat abit of local knowledge , getting books etc for rough idea's on whats about when and what to use to catch a certain species , but asking a local is worth 100 books in my opinion

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Ive just bought and read most of

its been a really good help, can't wait to get started fishing! ive been waiting for pay day

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There is a member selling that actual book in our fishing tackle auction ;)
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Post by AdurPeanut »

As jim79 above said you can learn the basics from books but nothing comes close to talking to local anglers that you see fishing, talking to your local tackle shop owner/worker/customer and even have a chat with the local fish monger. :D

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