But that would put us out of a job.
good bait shops have tackle as well
from a rocky shore strong kit is good ,abrasion to line ,bashing kit on the rocks etc etc
i use a carbon fibre telescopic rod (easier to carry and only about £30 )and a good multiplier reel ,20 kg line can take the stresses of casting 200gm of owt and the rod can cope with bouncy big fish and twitch at a light bite
spose the delivery system cost about £100 but it does work out to 100m or so,spin or let lie ,it works
i will take a photo to show how simple the kit is
sand eels are a popular bait with fishers and bait shops but imho are not the best fish killers
small crab ,soft shell are best but a damaged crunchy will work
small fish, live is best
fisk of very fresh fish
live bait is best but not to everyones moral tastes
savage business fishing ,best done well and only enough for food
there is lots of tackle in the shop but to catch fish from a rocky shore the simple things are best
dpack you can visit my cider house anytime you want to.
There are only two rules that visitors have to observe and those are that you are able to both walk in and walk out under your own steam. You're such a nice bloke that in your case, I'm prepared to wave the last one.
Here are a selection of the seafishing floats that I use for fishing off the rocks. The humble coloured bubble float often comes good in calm conditions. I've put a biro in the picture as a gauge to size.
||Why not go to a fishing tackle shop and talk to the staff? You could probably get some tips as well as tackle.|