Latest HD Movie The Cod Catchers Twin Tails

New feature added covering our Cod Catcher twin tail jig head lures. I have added it to my Ebay shop HERE

There are descriptions, large images and re-edited full HD movie to watch, don’t take my word for it let me show you they do the business when catching cod. You can play the movie here and if you visit this LINK HERE to make your purchases

Softbait Lures The Giant Conrad

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Product Description: This is the dogs dangly bits of mid range soft baits and if you’re after large cod or pollock and bass then this lure ticks all the right boxes. Great action, large sharp hook, good weight and you have two options how you rig it according to tidal speeds. Spare body to replace a well chewed original and be assured it will get well mullered !!! Sizes 150g / 190mm or the larger 225g / 220mm

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Bass fishing lures updated shopping cart details

The Bass fishing lures sections have been updated to offer more choice in how you want to purchase either loose, colours, amounts or with and without the trace added for you to be able to tie your own. Don’t forget if you’re buying a number of items contact us before checking out so we can look at discounts and better shipping rate for you.

Raging Rattling Shads Complete With Traces

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Product Description: I really enjoy fishing with soft baits drifting for Pollock, Cod or Bassing, they are just so realistic and when that fish takes and dives for the wreck or speeds off on a reef the feeling is what fishing is all about. With today’s moulding technology the quality of shads and the prices they are in easy reach of all anglers. The ones I show here I have highlighted as they are ones that I and our crew all fish regularly with, couple the rattling shads along with a lumi tube and your hit rate will go up dramatically. Size 140mm super strong ultra abrasive resistant mono trace 45lb b.s. 2.5m in length terminates with double surgeons loop for easy attachment.

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Bespoke Options: Traces can be different length or breaking strain. For your own specs mail us details.

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Ragworms latex lures With Hooks And Traces

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Product Description: Sandworm/Ragworm 8″ size, sure fire fish catching lures. Costing less than live worms, but lasting much longer, never be without worms again. Sauce them up with some Pilchard oil and the fish will go nuts for these, had some good plaice and turbot with these. Use them whole or cut them in half, add a bit of fish bait for a cocktail. Hooks are 4/0 and the trace is 2.5m of super strong ultra abrasive resistant, mono 30lb b.s.

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Bespoke Options: Traces can be different length or breaking strain, hook sizes can be smaller rather than larger than the 4/0. For your own specs mail us details.

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Jelly worm lures with hooks

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Product Description: Latex jelly worms for Pollock, Cod and Bass used mainly on wreck fishing or drifting the reefs were the Pollock congregate. Our worms are ready to fish out of the bag complete with wire hooks and trace. Hooks are 4/0 and the trace is 2.5m of super strong ultra abrasive resistant, mono 30lb b.s.

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Bespoke Options: Traces can be different length or breaking strain, hook sizes can be smaller rather than larger than the 4/0. For your own specs mail us details.

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Killies the softbaits that work

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Product Description: Latex lures the Killies for Bass and other predatory fish, choice of two well known and popular colours. Our Killies are ready to fish out of the bag complete with wire hooks and trace. Hooks are 4/0 and the trace is 2.5m of super strong ultra abrasive resistant, mono 30lb b.s.

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Bespoke Options: Traces can be different length or breaking strain, hook sizes can be smaller rather than larger than the 4/0. For your own specs mail us details.

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Bass trip a washout well nearly was !

Our bass trip went ahead and the weather performed virtually on que as predicted. Kicking off at 07-30 hrs on board with Paul Davis and his Cougar cat the Katie Ann (Video Here). The early morning weather and sea state was first class and the sun came up to give us some heat too.

We headed to the Portland races and they were behaving well too but I knew that wouldn’t last with what was forecast. One of the reasons for this trip was to test out and get some footage of our new ready to fish out of the bag lures and rigs. I had a friend with me who is a relative novice and keen to get to grips with rigging up and learning more about drift fishing so today was ideal for imparting some of my years of experience (Ooh Ark At Im !!) on him.

Add to the purpose of the day I am still testing rods and reels to see if I can break them and one reel I managed to do just that, more on that later. I provided the rod and reel for my mate and it was one of our low cost Charter Boat Rods you can see the video spec here and for less than £20 you’re not too concerned if it gets broken. The reel I loaned him was an old one as I only had the test reel and I wanted to use that.

He set up the braid main line and I showed him how to add a swivel to the braid ready for a Portland rig. I gave him one of our out of the bag ready to fish Portland rigs and a ready to fish Portland eel to rig with. As these only require a brief bit of instruction on how to set them up as it is as simple as just passing the loops through the swivels and then dropping the lure or the weight clip through the loop and then tightening them up, add a weight and you’re fishing.

Our new rigs are really that simple and my friend was over the moon in that if he lost rigs during the day he could now re-rig himself and change lures to try different ones to pull a big one. So first test completed and satisfactory now to move on and test out the lures. We both rigged up with Portland eels makes sense as it’s the Portland Rig with Portland eels on the Portland races doesn’t it !

First drift one pollack small and it as returned, not what we wanted really as it was a bassin day. Second drift I had on a black and transparent Portland eel and it got hit hard and the fish gave a good account of itself and I lost it just near the surface, obviously I hadn’t lifted into the fish on the take and set the hook, but hey ho a bite, a near fish and a new eel tested so time to move on.

Fishing was hard with only a couple of bass being taken by others on board and no more for us two so far, Paul re-positioned the boat for new drifts and I changed to a blue and white mackerel Eddystone 1973 eel 155mm size with a 4/0 fine wire hook tied to a 1.5m 30lb trace, one of our ready to fish lures changed over very quickly.

Paul gave the drop to go ahead and to try the hit bottom and wind up 15 turns method to see if you can induce a take and at 5 turns bang a hit and 4+lbs healthy bass in the ice box with my tag on it. Sadly the weather had started to turn and the winds were arriving, we hit another drift at the start of the races and got side swiped beam on to a huge wave, fortunately the wave went upwards rather than breaking completely over the boat.

We all got wet on that side of the boat but fortunately we were all dressed for safety and wet cold weather in flotation suits so getting wet wasn’t a problem and we were safe if the worst case scenario happened as there were plenty of boats on the races that day too.

So time to move and fish more inshore on the Shambles as per the plan if the weather turned. Rigging up our sliding ledger rigs ready to fish out of the bag and single 4/0 wire hooks with 1.5m traces plus the clock grip weights as we were drifting for Turbot, Brill and Plaice only took a few minutes. On the first drift using a mackerel fillet one of the crew took a nice size brill, next drift another bril on board and third drift a small size turbot that was returned.

Next drift a really good size brill up near 7lb came up, sadly we missed out but it was a good day and productive enough for me to have a novice test out our new rigs and love them too so when we launch them they should be popular. Returning to port we stopped in the bay and jigged for some squid see if they were about but to no avail so back in and get ready to head for home.

Fishing to me is always a good day out as it gets me away from my business and the keyboard, add in catching fish and that is always the Bonus so yes another good trip out was enjoyed by me, my mate and all the crew.

Red Gill lures catch images

Here are some very happy chappies showing off their catches taken with lures from the Red Gill range. Hope to have some of ours up soon and video too once the stock arrives and we can get out on the boats.

Click the image to enlarge, they’re only thumb size but will give you a good idea of how successful the lures are. Imgages are copright Red Gill lures.

Red Gill lures in action

Red Gill range coming soon

I am about to increase our range of softbait lures with the addition of the Red Gill range which are ideally suitable for the Bass, Cod and Pollack bashers amongst us. Used them often so makes sense to add stock in the shop. We should have some of their range in by middle of next week with some good deals on offer. Here is a useful knot off their website if you don’t already use it “The Rapala Lure Knot” which gives the lure more freedom of movement. Click image to enlarge.

How to tie the Rapala lure knot