Sea fishing related news and reports covering boat fishing from My Way with Gethyn Owen

FishComm Ltd – Brizo wet weather gear

FishComm LTD an international fishing industry consultancy company with business in 16 countries and is owned by ex commercial fisherman and avid sea angler Cormac Burke. A regular aboard My Way, Cormac knows the requirements to fish at sea in all weather. Recently, he launched an exciting new venture to FishComm Ltd, their own brand clothing division. Their first range of gear is named Brizo, after the Norse God. Both items have received great reviews from field-testing on a commercial fishing boat and also by an angler for the past nine months with excellent feedback. I recently received both a Bib & […]

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Holyhead in March

With My Way due back in the water this coming week, we take a small look at the great fishign that cna be expected through March. In more recent years the weather has become a lot more settled than we are generally used to in March. Granted it is still cold and with the odd fresh set of winds to try our patience, but the calmer seas have My Way setting sail regularly with some great rewards for her anglers. Fish are normally plentiful with resident species through March including dogfish, whiting, dabs, codling, conger, ray and bull huss plus […]

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GO Tackle

GO Tackle is the online shop for the rigs and essential small items of tackle from GO Angling – My Way fishing trips. Competitively priced for quality products, the online shop offers anglers across the UK the chance to purchase proven fish catching rigs, built from some of the best components available. The site accepts payments from PayPal (no PayPal account required) or debit / credit cards using modern secure encryption for your online data safety. Purchases can be posted anywhere in the UK for a standard rate of £2.50, or collected free of charge during your next outing aboard […]

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Step Aboard

Work continuing aboard My Way with the access door underway. This week also involved a surprise visit from our local boat surveyor 🙈, cheers Mike lol. Thankfully all good 👍 and we carry on. We have 4 spaces available for trip our first trip of 2017 on Weds March 01st General & Spurdog please email or call if interested

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My Way Smoothies

Mid May into June is the time of year for big smoothhounds aboard My Way, both months filling up nicely with anglers hoping to beat PB’s and join the 50plus group of anglers that have landed 20lb hounds with us in recnt years. To book on or request further detials, please email or call 07971 924046

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Inspection passed

My Way safely through her Mid Term inspection yesterday, ready for another year of great fishing. One thing noted, the flexible gas line was shortly due for renewal. DON’T STRESS, already ordered and will be fitted tomorrow. After all, this is a must have requirement helping continue an important part of a great trip afloat with us 

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A Great White day

Big blonde rays have become something of a rarity for us in recent years. We didn’t see one last year, and only a handful to 14lb in 2015. So an away day was in order. Having seen the quality of the early season ray fishing on the South Coast, myself and a few mates decided on a trip out with Sean Heath aboard his impressive catamaran Great White 2. Couple weeks earlier, the guys were cleaning up with blondes to 28lb and also an astounding quantity of school bass over the banks. Our day started off with a gorgeous sunrise […]

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Fish Identification – LS Sea Scorpion or SS Sea Scorpion

The Long and Short Spined Sea Scoprions often prove difficult to identify, especially when laid on a species card for a club or online fish species hunt. The Short Spined (Myoxocephalus scorpius) can grow over 1lb in weight, with the Long Spined (Taurulus bubalis) not reaching over 1lb. Both are fairly small fish with flat stout bodies and fairly large heads. Not the prettiest of fish, they do look prehistoric with four large spines protruding from the head. They are generally a brownish red colour, with a cream underside, but variations occur depending on habitat. Both fish are often confused […]

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Ling

Ling is a member of the much sought after cod family. The body is eel like in that it is very long and slender. Ling tend to be a very light brown in colour with a white under side. The ling has 2 dorsal and 1 anal fin. The upper jaw of a ling protrudes slightly further than its lower jaw. Adult ling can be found in depths up to 400m. They prefer areas of rocky ground, small ling can often be found in shallow rocky waters. Ling are viscous feeders and will feed on most fish species but are […]

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