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Battling Bronzies in Namibia Peter Holdsworth

Bronze sharks from the beach on the Skeleton Coast.

Killing machines Clive Gammon

Sharks. How boring!

At last, a Hammerhead! Dave Steuart

Dave looks back on sharking through the last half century and comes to some decisions

SEAWEEK: BrightLine - RUSS SYMONS Russ Symons

Brightly coloured line is worth looking at

Global Warming - what will we catch next year ? Roddy Hays

Roddy ponders over the exotic species turning up in UK waters these days

What's on your shelf? Roddy Hays

Roddy takes a look at his bookshelf

Plymouth back on the map Henry Gilbey

One of the top spots in the west of the country

Sharks... I like 'em! Dave Steuart

Tropical makos or Cornish blues, Dave likes the lot

SEAWEEK: Harness up!! Russ Symons

Make playing heavier fish easier

SEAWEEK: Shark leader Slice - RUSS SYMONS Russ Symons

When only wire will do

Namibia part 2 : Skeleton coast Henry Gilbey

The heart in mouth experience

Namibia Sharking Monsters off the Beach! Henry Gilbey

Blow your mind in Namibia

SEAWEEK: Shark Tagging - RUSS SYMONS Russ Symons

Sue and Jeri Drake run a shark tagging operation.

SEAWEEK: Fishing the Flapper - RUSS SYMONS Russ Symons

How to present a flapper bait

SEAWEEK New Generation Boat Fishing Reels Russell Symons

Russ hits the trade show and discovers a great line in reels

The Porbeagle Shark Ady Brayshaw

How and where to catch them

Cornwall, Porbeagles and the odd Great White Henry Gilbey

Jaws off Cornwall

SEAWEEK Butt Pads Russell Symons

Protect yourself!

SEAWEEK Hang your Heavy Monofilament Traces Russell Symons

How to look after those traces

Blues in the Summertime Russ Symons

Several times during the day there had been movement in the bran flecked water as a shark cruised across our stern before disappearing wraithlike into the sun dappled shadows.

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