Huss Fishing 2016

Huss fishing can offer some good sport close inshore, often a guarentee of something double figure on all tides. The bull huss feeds on a variety of species, locally whiting, mackerel and codling will see numerous caught. Bull huss are caught through out our fishing grounds from 20ft of water to 250ft. Here’s a small selection of huss from this year …. Please share:

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Ethan does it his way

Good day afloat yesterday, drifting a little slow but the Deeps made up for that, the day should be called ‘Ethan Showed Them’, as the young angler showed the adults how to do it with a new PB 27lb tope, a first spurdog, followed by a handful more and a nice huss. Few photos from the day below … Please share:

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Fish Identification – Dogfish & Bull Huss

Dog Fish & Bull Huss Small huss are often misidentified as dogfish. Both species are very similar in appearance, however the bull huss grows over 5 times the size of it’s smaller family member the dogfish. Lesser Spotted Dogfish (Small Spotted Catshark) – Scientific Name: Scyliorhinus canicula Greater Spotted Dogfish (Bull Huss – Nurse Hound) – Scientific Name: Scyliorhinus stellaris The upper side of the body on both species is usually light brown covered with darker spots, with a white underside. Both lesser and greater spotted dogfish can appear much lighter or darker depending on habitat. The spots on the […]

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Bull Huss

The upper side of the body tends to be a dark colour, however can sometimes be sandy brown in appearance depending on the ground being fished. The Bull huss is covered in many small and large black spots. It has two very distinctive nasal flaps and grow to weights in excess of 20lb. The bull huss feeds on a variety of species, locally whiting, mackerel and codling will see numerous caught. Bull huss are caught over through out our fishing grounds from 20ft of water to 250ft. To target the huss a simple running ledger rig, of 60lb to 100lb […]

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