The Skerries Bank off Dartmouth, Devon is arguably the UK’s Mecca for boat plaice fishing. From February onwards anglers from all over the country visit this picturesque town at the mouth of the Dart estuary and venture offshore in search of this prized flatfish. Pure Fishing’s Rob Wyatt and I recently joined a group of […]
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- June 16, 2014
- The Shakespeare Ugly Stik Tour Begins...
Arguably the most famous name in boat rod circles is the Shakespeare Ugly Stik. To celebrate the recent introduction of the new Ugly Stik GX2 range of boat rods, Shakespeare decided to undertake a UK tour with the rods. The format is to visit as many of o...Read more