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Thursday, 25 August 2016

Sage One Series Fly Rods Featuring Konnetic Technology

The Sage One Series is the first precision casting instrument to take advantage of Sage's groundbreaking Konnetic technology. The Sage One offers the fly caster exceptional tracking with no lateral or torsional movement, therefore resulting in increased casting accuracy and efficiency.


The advantage of Konnetic Technology allows for a much smaller diameter and a rod that is 25% lighter than comparable Sage Fly Rods, so less effort is required to produce a better cast.  Features of the Sage One include a custom cork handle, fast action, fuji stripper guides and chromed snake guides.

So if you are in the market looking for a crisp rod with a fast action that will transform your casting efficiency and accuracy, the Sage One is the rod for you.  You will immediately 'feel' the difference in both weight and how the rod effortlessly loads and unloads to create longer casts and controlled loops.





Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Boat Fishing For Thornback Rays


The thornback ray, also occasionally called a thornback skate, is one of the most common members of the Rajidae (skate) family. It is found throughout the coastal waters of Europe, as well as the Atlantic coast of Africa, and possibly as far south as the shores of Namibia.

The body is kite-shaped with a long, thorny tail. Its back is covered in numerous thorny spines, as is the underside in older females. In sexually mature fish, some of the spines are thickened with button-like bases, which are known as bucklers. These are particularly well developed in the tails and backs of sexually mature females.

Thornback Ray Eye
Colour varies widely depending on location, but typically ranges from light brown to grey, with darker blotches and numerous small darker spots and yellow patches. The diet of the thornback ray, which lives on mud, sand and gravel seabeds, consists of small crustaceans, bottom-living shrimps, crabs and small fish.

About the Species
The thornback ray is a favourite target species for boat anglers, not least because in many areas it is relatively easy to catch. In the east and south-east of the country, thornbacks (Raja clavata) are widely referred to as 'Roker,' and are an especially popular species because their wings make good eating.

A Favourite Species For Boat Anglers
As with most of the various other species of ray caught around the British Isles, 'thornies' have a decent average size, probably between 6-12lb, and are therefore guaranteed to put a healthy bend in your boat rod.

As their name implies, thornbacks have numerous sharp spikes or thorns scattered all across the upper part of their body, and these can easily cause a nasty cut to unprotected hands. With experience, you can firmly and safely hold a thornback ray by gripping it at a point at the forward end of the body near the eyes while unhooking or photographing. Until you know exactly where this spot is, it is advisable to wear a pair of gloves.

The breeding cycle of the thornback ray starts in spring when mature females move inshore. Egg capsules are laid between March and August, with the embryo taking up to 20 weeks to hatch. The egg capsule is oblong, with long horns at each corner, and is often found on beaches in summer and autumn

Where And When
Traditionally, thornback rays used to start to make an appearance during the spring, with numbers of fish remaining abundant throughout the summer and autumn. Then they migrated offshore into deeper water with its more stable temperature for the cold winter months.

Recent mild winters have meant that thornbacks have remained inshore in many areas and are caught throughout the entire winter, meaning they can be targeted almost year round.

The most productive areas for thornback rays include the Thames Estuary, Solent, various estuaries throughout the south-west of the country, the Bristol Channel, Cardigan Bay, the Irish Sea and the various deep sea lochs off the west coast of Scotland.

These rays can be caught over a range of different types of seabed. However, they appear to be concentrated in areas where the bottom consists of a mix of mud and sand. They can also be found in patches of rougher ground, especially in coloured water typically within the vicinity of estuaries. They can be caught in water ranging from just a few feet deep to well over 100ft.

Tackle For Catching Thornback Rays
Usually, the optimum tackle to use for thornback rays will be dictated by the ground you are fishing.

Uptiding
Uptiding is a favourite technique, given that the species is especially common throughout the lower reaches of estuaries and sand, mud and shingle banks.

Greys GR75S Uptide Rod

Generally, uptiding rods must be capable of casting 4-8oz lead weights and your bait away from the boat, with the power to handle big fish in fast tides too. Match your rod with a casting multiplier, such as the Penn 525 GS Mag3 or Abu Ambassador Power Handle 6500, or strong fixed-spool reel loaded with 18lb mono line.

Daiwa Sealine X SHA
In deeper water, fishing downtide is also very effective. You may be able to get away with a 12lb-class boat rod, but strong tides often require a 20lb or 30lb-class version. Use a lever-drag multiplier, such as the Penn Squall Lever Drag 2 Speed, loaded with 20lb braid. In places with the stronger tide, you may need 30lb braid.

Daiwa J-Braid X8


Downtiding for Rays
For the more adventurous, fishing in places like the Thames Estuary, it’s possible to fish light using a 10-40g spinning rod and fixed-spool reel loaded with 20b braid for both uptiding or downtiding.

Typical Thornback Rig


Rigs For Rays
The tried and tested running leger is the perfect sea rig for both uptide and downtide fishing for thornbacks. Start with a boom sliding on either the mainline or leader, followed by a bead that acts as a buffer, and then a small, strong, swivel. Attach the hooklength to the other side of the swivel. This should be around 3-6ft of 50-80lb monofilament line.

Booms
Thornback rays do not have teeth, but they do have incredibly strong, crushing jaws designed for dealing with crabs and shellfish, which will make short work of thin monofilament. Their round shape means they offer considerable resistance in a run of the tide, which can result in inadequate hooklengths snapping.

Sakuma 545 Manta Extra Hooks
Depending on the type and size of bait, the hooklength should terminate in either a single sea fishing hook or a Pennell rig (two hooks in tandem). Hooks such as Sakuma 545 Manta Extra in size 4/0 to 6/0 are perfect.

Tronixpro Boat Boom
Bait For Thornback Rays
Thornback rays can be, and often are, caught on almost any type of sea fishing bait, although crustaceans and fish form the bulk of their diet.

Baits For Thornback Rays
Top choices for the species are invariably fish-based, with a long, thin, fillet or chunk of mackerel being a popular choice. Herring, sandeel and launce and almost any other type of fish work well.

Using King Ragworm
All types of shell fish are very useful, especially razorfish, clams and mussels. Over rougher ground, especially if fishing in coloured water within estuaries, a peeler crab is a very effective bait. Squid and cuttlefish will both catch plenty of thornies in most areas. Worm baits, especially king ragworm, also works well.

Method For Catching Thornbacks
Fishing for thornback rays is invariably a waiting game. Having located a good mark, you should be prepared to cast out or drop back your baits, and then wait. Of course, sometimes you will catch fish almost immediately, while at other times it will take some time for the fish to respond to the combined scent trail of several baits washing downtide.

Casting From A Boat
The key when targeting thornbacks is ensuring that at all times the bait is fishing stationary and hard on the seabed. The thornback is a lethargic species of fish, and are not inclined to chase actively after their food.

When you do get a bite, it is important to remain patient and give the fish plenty of time to shuffle its way on top of your bait in order to eat it. Trying to set the hook too early is probably the biggest reason that most ray bites are missed. Usually, it is best to wait until the rod starts to bend as the fish, having taken the bait, attempts to swim off, at which point you simply set the hook by firmly lifting into the fish.

This article was brought to you in association with Sea Angler Magazine.

Monday, 22 August 2016

Fly-tying with Davie McPhail - Ballinderry Black Variant Wet Fly

The Ballinderry Black Fly is a great traditional fly with many applications, able to take Brown Trout, Seatrout, Salmon, etc.

All of the materials needed to tie this fly are available from Glasgow Angling Centre as listed below, but as always if you need any help finding materials or substitutes then we'll be happy to help. But now it's time to learn from Davie McPhail. Time to learn how to tie his own variant of the traditional Ballinderry Black Wet Fly!



Materials Used:
Hook: Fulling Mill Competition Heavyweight Sz10
Threads: Uni Thread 8/0 - Yellow and Uni Thread 8/0 - Black
Tag: Silver Holographic Tinsel
Tail: Golden Pheasant Crest dyed Sunburst
Rib: Uni - French Oval Silver Tinsel Small
Body: Sunburst Seals Fur and Black Seals Fur or Substitutes
Hackle: Indian Hen Capes - Dyed Black Hen
Underwing: Golden Pheasant Tippet dyed Hot Orange
Wing: Bronze Mallard
Additional materials: Additionally, Davie made use of some Fulling Mill Super Glue and Varnish over the top to make sure it doesn't go white. These go across the fly's head giving a lovely finish.

Davie's preferred type of whip finish tool can be found HERE!

Friday, 19 August 2016

Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Hillend Trout!

Young Lily Wilson caught this Trout using her own pink rod and reel, with a Pink PowerBait Mice Tail bait! She struggled to turn the reel handle at first but got there in the end!
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If you would like to enter our Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Competition and have the chance to win £100 to spend at GAC, simply send us a photograph of you and your catch, when and where you caught your fish, and what tackle and method you used. You can also enter instore - just ask any member of staff for assistance. The best entries will be featured on both our Blog and Facebook page! 

Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Black Cart Trout!

Stephen Colquhoun caught this nice Brown Trout on a Flying C Lure while fishing the Black Cart for Salmon!
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If you would like to enter our Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Competition and have the chance to win £100 to spend at GAC, simply send us a photograph of you and your catch, when and where you caught your fish, and what tackle and method you used. You can also enter instore - just ask any member of staff for assistance. The best entries will be featured on both our Blog and Facebook page! 

Thursday, 18 August 2016

Which Leader Material Gives The Best Results?



The construction of your leader, its material and the type and size of patterns used will have a profound effect on how your trout flies are presented in the water. So you must think of what you are trying to achieve and how best to do it.

Generally, if fishing dries, a conventional approach is to use a copolymer leader. This material is super thin, clear, has good knot strength, and is very supple. It also sinks slowly so won’t pull the dry flies under the surface too quickly (as fluorocarbon often can). Some effective brands include Hardy Fluorocarbon and Rio Powerflex in 6lb or 8lb. However, it's always advisable to de-grease the leader with mud or Mucilin Quick Sink when fishing dries.

Rio Powerflex Tippet Material
Copolymer does have significantly less stretch than monofilament so be careful not to get snapped on the take or strike – balance your tackle and use the appropriate breaking strain.

Fulling Mill Masterclass Fluorocarbon
When fishing lures at speed, at depth in coloured water or a big wind, the leader material is mostly irrelevant, and you can use almost anything as long as it’s clear and strong enough. Monofilament, copolymer or fluorocarbon – it makes little, if any difference to your catch rate, although fluorocarbon is favoured by the vast a majority.

Hardy Copolymer Tippet
For general-purpose, everyday fishing a lot of anglers opt for a standard fluorocarbon. This material has a small amount of stretch, is clear, knots well, cuts through the water and sinks like a stone. It’s also near invisible to fish as the refractive index of the material is close to that of water. Fulling Mill Fluorocarbon and Airflo G3 fluorocarbon are both well priced and perfect for the majority of fishing scenarios you are faced with.

Airflo Sightfree G3

When fishing smaller natural patterns sub-surface or in crystal clear water, then presentation is vital. In this situation, opt for a super-thin premium fluorocarbon, and you won't go far wrong. The fine diameter of fluorocarbon leader material and its suppleness can give you a distinct advantage. Very supple leaders are, however, prone to tangles, especially when fishing multiple flies. Preferred brands include Orvis Mirage and Rio Fluoroflex Plus.
Orvis Mirage Fluorocarbon
If you had to pick one spool of leader material for every scenario or method over the course of a season, some top competition anglers opt for a spool of Orvis Mirage 8.5lb fluorocarbon. It simply does everything almost perfectly. A cheaper alternative would be Airflo G3 fluorocarbon in 8lb.

This article was brought to you in association with Trout Fisherman Magazine.

Okuma Trio SRS55 Front Drag Spinning Reel

SRS Trio Spinning Reels from Okuma feature a unique crossover construction, combining the best from aluminium and lightweight graphite to create a distinctive new concept in spinning reel design.

The SRS Trio features a solid one piece stamped aluminium reel stem and rotor arm, paired with lightweight graphite side plates and a rotor housing which provides strength where needed.  

Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Slovenian Trout!

James Patience with a cracking Trout, his first from a Slovenian river, landed on his #3 weight rod and safely released.
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If you would like to enter our Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Competition and have the chance to win £100 to spend at GAC, simply send us a photograph of you and your catch, when and where you caught your fish, and what tackle and method you used. You can also enter instore - just ask any member of staff for assistance. The best entries will be featured on both our Blog and Facebook page! 

Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Toby Trout!

Young Carson Goudie with his first Trout from an Ayrshire loch, caught on a Copper Toby!
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Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Kiwi Shark!

Frank Logan with a nice Blue Shark caught off the coast of Ireland while fishing aboard Kiwi Girl!
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Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Springfield Trout!

Young Elana Pratt caught her first fish at Springfield Fishery on pink glittery PowerBait!
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Monday, 15 August 2016

Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Hybrid Pike!

William Reid with a nice Pike taken on a Savage Gear Hybrid Pike lure fished at dusk!
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Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Second Twenty!

Jamie Armstrong recently managed his second ever twenty from a Scottish Loch, this Pike fell for a Mackerel Tail and was safely released after a quick pic!
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Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - First Scottish Pike!

Rachael Hartis with her first Scottish Pike, caught on a Savage Gear 4Play lure and returned after a quick photo!
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Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Lomond Perch!

A cracking Loch Lomond Perch, caught on a lure by Darius Magiera, and released after a quick photo!
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Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - PB Skate!

Caitlin Anderson beat her previous best fish by 133lb when she hooked this big Common Skate in 550ft of water on her first ever boat fishing trip!
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Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Pier Wrasse!

Young Sam Blyth-Skyrme with a cracking Wrasse caught while pier fishing on the Isle of Man using a legered Ragworm bait on his 7ft Lineaffe rod and reel combo! This hard fighting fish was released safely after a quick photo!
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Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Irish Blue!

Matthew Agnew with a Blue Shark caught 17 miles off the Irish coast on a Flapper Rig!
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Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - First Trout!

Young Andrew Walls with a nice Trout, his first fish and caught all by himself on his brand new rod!
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If you would like to enter our Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Competition and have the chance to win £100 to spend at GAC, simply send us a photograph of you and your catch, when and where you caught your fish, and what tackle and method you used. You can also enter instore - just ask any member of staff for assistance. The best entries will be featured on both our Blog and Facebook page! 

Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Cuban Cuda!

Paul Smith caught this Barracuda on a trolled Ballyhoo bait while on holiday in Cuba!
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Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Snizort Salmon!

Young Mark MacQueen with a cracking Salmon from the River Snizort on Skye, hooked on a 10'6'' #7 weight fly rod, and landed after several runs well into the backing!
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Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Trout Muncher!

James Low with a nice Pike from Loch Venachar taken on a Trout Deadbait fished on a Paternoster rig in 15ft of water!
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Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Surprise Pike!

Sean Conroy caught this cracking pike on a Jelly Worm while jigging for Perch on the shannon in Ireland!
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Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Brill Brill!

Paul Gale with a cracking Brill caught on a Mackerel bait while fishing aboard Duchess II out of Weymouth!
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Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Neilston Perch!

Young Andrew McKenzie on his first time Perch fishing his local venue near Neilston, with a couple of stonkers!
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Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - First Pike!

Chris Walling with his first ever Pike, caught from Loch Lomond!
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Saturday, 13 August 2016

Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Parachute Brown!

Young Stephen Phelan with a nice Brownie caught on a parachute Greenwell pattern!
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Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Fresh Salmon!

Young Tommy Quinlivan with a fresh fish caught on the fly!
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Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - PB Perch!

Brian Mercer caught his new PB Perch on a 3in Shad lure while fishing a Scottish loch!
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Fishingmegastore Fish of the Month Entry August 2016 - Kelvin Salmon!

Andrew Paterson has fished the River Kelvin in Glasgow for 5 years and this is his first Salmon, taken on a Flying C lure and safely returned after a quick photo!
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