To celebrate Norfolk Day, Angling Direct have devised a list of the best fishing venues in Norfolk. We thought that our expertise of the Norfolk fishing scene would be particularly handy this year, with the county coming to terms with limited
With the river season well underway it looks like plenty of fish are being caught and the encouraging signs that lots of new anglers. It's great to see families going fishing together, especially around the beginning of National Fishing Month.
Angling Direct's very own Executive Chairman, Martyn Page, has recently had a great catch of large catfish over at Homersfield Lake, and we, here at Team AD wants to congratulate him on such an impressive session! The 35-acre lake of Homersfield
I, unfortunately, must open this blog on a very sad note as my brother-in-law, Ben has sadly passed away after a long battle with the Coronavirus. Ben spent 8 weeks in intensive care but just could not fight off the damaging effects. I considered Ben
The last few blogs from me have been all about the lockdown and things we can do whilst unable to get out fishing, so with the lifted restrictions on our favourite pass time, let’s make this one all about getting out there for some fishing.
Picking up from my last piece, after my first day of fishing in Egypt, the next few days was followed by a pattern of being awake before sunrise, an early cuppa then out on the lake trolling for a couple of hours before breakfast. After breakfast
Firstly, I hope everyone is managing to stay safe and family and friends are surviving lockdown and finding new ways to keep occupied in these difficult times. With some form of lockdown looking like it might continue for the foreseeable future and
I began the month with a visit to Homeclose Fishery in Rutland. I wanted to return to this off-the-beaten-track place before the weather warmed up, after enjoying great sport there last summer on the main lake, called Hornbeam. The only
When spending another lovely morning in the French Ardennes, it takes a few minutes to let it all sink in. The weather most spring mornings are lovely, with the birds singing and the trees in blossom, but we still face another day of lockdown.
Back in 2012 I was a very lucky angler, catching my biggest ever carp while targeting tench. Seeing as we’re all now stuck inside, I thought it would a good time to share my throwback story with you.
I have always had a fondness towards the