With iOS 7 compatibility
This is the complete reference guide to sea fishing around the United Kingdom. Whether you want to catch fish from the shore, pier, promenade or boat, we tell you the species you’re likely to catch at any given time of year – and tell you how to catch them.
The app is free to install. Once on your device, you’ll find three modules inside to purchase, as per below…
Module 1: Seasonal Shore Species
This module concentrates on the species you’re most likely to catch around the UK at specific times of year – and how you can catch them! It covers:
•Rigs & baits needed to catch spring codling
•Knots you must learn how to tie
•Summer smoothhounds form the beach
•Bream – catch this tastiest of fish
•Wrasse, ray and mackerel shore tips
•Rock fishing for BIG conger eels
•Tips to catch flatfish, like plaice & sole
•Surf fishing for bass
•Winter whiting & cod
Whether you fish in summer, autumn, spring or winter, we tell you what you’re likely to catch and how to catch it…
Module 2: Classic Shore Marks
The second module concentrates on the classic types of shore mark you’re likely to encounter when fishing around the UK shoreline, including chapters on:
•Float fishing from piers
•Night fishing from shingle beaches
•Coping with rocks
Enjoy our brilliant photography, great diagrams and rig instruction – all designed to improve your chances of catching fish.
Module 3: Boat Methods
The third and final module looks at boat fishing around the UK shoreline, including chapters on…
•Uptiding – learn how to do it!
•Rigging up squid
•Paternoster fishing for big bream
•Wreck fishing for pollack
•Drift fishing for plaice
•Fishing the depths for ling
•Inshore angling for rays
•Downtiding for big cod
If you’re into your boat fishing, this module will help you learn the latest tricks, tactics, rigs and methods – along with the baits to use.
Sea Angler: UK Sea Fishing Guide is free to install. It contains three modules inside which need to be purchased, priced at £1.99 per module.
Each purchase is a one-off purchase only.
- June 15, 2014 Initial release