Mark Radcliffe continues his quest for 50 kayak caught species, heading to Christchurch and then Scotland in pursuit of the last remaining species.
With limited saltwater fishing time, Mark Radcliffe's Kayak species hunting quest for 50 species moves in July and August.
Mark Radcliffe continues his Kayak Species Hunting, he's now on 32 species with another 18 to go to his personal target of 50 species from a yak in a year.
Mark Radcliffe continues his search for 50 species from his yak into May, this month Mark goes in search of eels, garfish as well as focusing his efforts on the Swanage Classic Species Hunt.
Mark Radcliffe continues his year round species hunt into April, this month Mark heads to Swanage and Devon in the hope of significantly increasing his species tally.
Mark Radcliffe continues his kayak species hunting diary, a year round adventure to catch as many species as he possibly can from his 'yak.
In this new series Mark Radcliffe chronicles his species hunting on his kayak over an entire year, looking at what he's caught and how he caught them. Mark begins by retracing his January and February fishing.
Although it was a family holiday, Mark Radcliffe couldn't resist packing a travel rod and a few HTO and Tronixpro essentials in case an angling opportunity arose in Costa Rica.
Although it's winter, we can't help dreaming of the summer already. Here Mark Radcliffe looks back at a summer learning what makes chub tick when it comes to lure fishing on the river.
Often cited as one of the most frustrating fish to catch, Mark Radcliffe looks at some top tactics for catching wary mullet on light tackle from his kayak.