Boat Fishing Monthly – August, 2011

Boat Fishing Monthly is the only dedicated magazine to the boat fishing world. Whether you are a boat owner or a charter boat user, you will find the pages of useful information in every issue will help you improve your boat fishing skills. Each issue includes advice on where to fish, the best baits, rigs and tackle to use, information on different species, tackle and boat maintenance.

The August Issue of BFM is crammed with awesome summer sport from both charter and small boats.

Huge Halibut Heaven
The BFM team head off on a Norwegian adventure where some monster halibut were on the cards.

Thatchers And Thornbacks

Jim O’Donnell discovers how anglers target thornback rays from the Somerset port of Minehead.

Commons Of Courtmacsherry
Graeme Pullen reveals an exciting new common skate fishery off southwest Ireland that has been producing some monster fish.

Mullet After Midnight

BFM Ed, Dave Barham explains how to beat the swans and target mullet under cover of darkness, for the ultimate marina mayhem!

Boat Fishing MonthlyThe 2011 OK Classic
David Morris reports on this year’s event, which saw nearly 70 kayak anglers try their luck during this increasingly popular event.

Inside Information
Jim Whippy gives you the lowdown on the superb boat fishing available from Weymouth, with GPS numbers of three productive marks.

Gear Bag
This month Des takes a look at some of the latest gear on offer from tackle giants Snowbee.

What’s Hot
If you haven’t heard of Red Gill or Sakuma, where have you been? Here’s a rundown of the top ten selling products from wholesalers Swift Worldwide Ltd.

Editor’s Choice
BFM Ed, Dave Barham, takes an in-depth look at the Daiwa Super Kenzaki 12/20lb boat rod.

Advice Centre
Our experienced panel of experts answer all of your tackle and fishing-related questions.

At The Helm
Our team of boat-owning experts answer all your ‘boaty’ questions.

Boat Test
Simon Everett puts the new Pursuit 345 OS sportsfishing boat through her paces. She’s not cheap, but then this really is a toy for the big boys!

Maintenance Man

Peter Caplen continues his series on a complete refurb job with a look at how to install the pipework for the new fuel tank system.