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  • 21 May 2018

    Recently I had an enquiry from the grandparents of 10 year old local boy Corey Brody for a fishing lesson. Corey had shown signs of interest in fishing but with no family members that fish they were at a lost end . With Corey being autistic this complicated it a little . It is proved that engaging in something of interest is a real benifit for...

  • 16 Apr 2018

      Two of the latest products to hit the Cox & Rawle Range – Rig Clip 90 and Rig Clip 90 UE!       Many people will have seen other versions of these clips so it's worth explaining what makes ours different.    - We are using high grade stainless steel wire for strength and security   - As hook makers, eyes are important to us so you will...

  • 8 Nov 2017

    The old adage goes – “You get exactly what you pay for.”  So consider, if something is really cheap you should wonder whether it’s really good value for money.  It’s with this in mind that we set out to grow our rig business in 2011.  We decided that we wanted to offer value for money rather than the cheapest rigs in the business.  That’s why we...

  • 6 Oct 2017

    Just a few words on what Cox and Rawle have to offer Cod Fisherman in the 2017/18 season. If you tie your own rigs you’ll want to find yourself a good line and components, this will ensure that your rigs last and keep catching that fish! We recommend Hi-Seas Grand Slam Mono as it holds a good knot and is hardy enough to land a big fish in extreme...

  • 18 Sep 2017

    Cox & Rawle recently co-sponsored The Flatfish Open held on 3 September 2017 at Burnham on Sea in the Bristol Channel. Organised by Channel Anglers SAC this was the first ever Flatfish only competition fished in the Severn Estuary. The local fishing club decided to take advantage of the recent influx of Dover sole in Bridgewater Bay - the...

  • 6 Sep 2017

    Light NW Wind - With the forecast building in the afternoon. Small Tide - LW 0925 / 1.8m // HW 1545 / 4.4m John Locker had planned to spend a day at anchor on a mark of rough ground. Feathered up some fresh mackerel on the way out and kept a couple of joeys alive in a bucket on the off-chance I could put a live-bait down. As I neared my mark I cut...

  • 31 Jul 2017

    At Cox & Rawle we pride ourselves on the quality of our Rig Making and that we are always improving our Rigs for that our customers catch more fish! The Cod Season is coming soon and if this year is anything like last year the Cod will be bigger and fishermen will be keen to land big fish!! So we are now introducing the Improved Cod Rig, in...

  • 12 Dec 2016

    It's now mid November I'm lying on my bed at a tiny lodge in the middle of the African bush ,staring at the ceiling fan spinning, I'm sweating profusely, outside I can hear a pack of wild dogs attacking what sounds like an wild boar (bush pig) I'm not brave enough to venture outside to investigate the screams of this poor beast, or perhaps I've...

  • 30 Nov 2016

  • 31 Aug 2016

    Every year the Tope arrive in good numbers down in the South West of Kerry. I must admit that Tope fishing for me is not something that really does it for me and this more than likely comes down to my South African background where shark fishing was not something we did and really saw them as more of a nuisance, but that said, they do put up a...

  • 16 Aug 2016

    Power Fast Bait Holder Hooks Update I grew up on the east coast of Ireland where the sea angling scene is moist definitely the ‘poorer cousin’ to that of the west coast. That said, one thing that the east is famous for is smoothhounds which turn up in spades during the late spring months and hang around for a good portion of the summer. As...

  • 9 Aug 2016

    So my last blog I told you I was going to take you deep into the African bush, to an Tigerfish camp I run, I also told you last time that these fish are notoriously difficult to hook up on owing to the ultra hard mouths and the way they leap from the water in a head shaking frenzy enter Cox & Rawle Cox & Rawle Blue Water Inline Single...

  • 6 Jul 2016

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  • 4 Jul 2016

    On the 11th and 12th of June, the British Conger Club held its 54th championships out of the port of Plymouth.  The competition is steeped in history and has been running since 1962 with its president, Mike Millman, a sea angling legend who’s made a massive contribution to the sport over the decades. My brother, Matthew Gouriet and I embarked on...

  • 18 May 2016

    After trying out many manufacturers inline hooks, I was ordering from suppliers worldwide once all arrived and trying them at my camp in west Africa ,they just didn't fit the bill, I couldn't believe my luck when I found out Cox & Rawle had started distributing them in the UK . My thoughts went back to the early days of cat fishing when we...

  • 22 Feb 2016

    Ray Fishing from the Kayak Catching various ray species can be a very rewarding experience when putting in place a set of tactics and planning. This perculiar looking member of the shark family comes in a variety of different species and can be targeted at numerous locations. They are strong fighters and make surging runs while also sometimes...

  • 8 Dec 2015

    Sometimes it is great to get out on the water and not specifically target one particular species. These days, fishing a little smaller and using a rig that will catch most species is a great benefit from the kayak. In a range of kayak rigs that Cox and Rawle have added to their catalogue of tackle is the Kayak Rock Rig. This rig has been developed...

  • 20 Aug 2015

    I grew up on the east coast of Ireland but now reside on the west coast. One thing the east coast is very well known for is its fishing for ‘animal’ species – tope, thornback ray and smoothhounds. The tope and the smoothhounds keep me returning home a few times a year to try my luck with them, besides, there is always the chance of picking up a...

  • 19 Aug 2015

    Great news for Sea Bass, the EU Commission has succeeded in persuading member states to agree to a number of emergency measures to try to save bass. Lots more information on the SOS website, click here to find out more...  

  • 20 Jul 2015

    Just four days after a 253lb beast was caught on board Rob Rennie's 'Lady Jue III'... 'Dai Pig' today caught and released this magnificent 271lb beauty on board 'PhatCat'! After what was described as a 5 hour battle, Rob Rennie bought his crew aboard the PhatCat to lend a hand and take a picture of the whole crew with their catch of a lifetime!...

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