By John Strange
10 years ago 99% of UK shore anglers had never even thought about setting out to catch a halibut. Yet here we are in 2016 and literally dozens of anglers have caught one, and many many dozens more have spent the majority of their week in Norway trying.
By Wayne Hill
The Hunt for the Mighty Halibut
When fishing in Norwegian waters, in many people’s eyes there is one ultimate species they are chasing, the King of the Flatfish, the Halibut. By far the most popular reason UK anglers head over the North Sea, to the beautiful scenery of the Norwegian fjords, are the Cod. Plenty of them, and big ones at that ! Continue reading
By Lee Hover
I expect most of you are familiar with the shad type of lure, the rubbery fish looking thing with one or sometimes numerous hooks sticking out of it depending on what size of lure it is. They come in various sizes, shapes, colours and textures that can catch anything from a small Coalfish to a monster Halibut. The one thing they all have in common is the paddle tail that makes it work in the water when retrieving. Continue reading