Editorial – 14th July 2016
If you find yourself reading this post then chances are you’re an angler who is willing to learn and build your knowledge. I’m no different to you and even as a young fella I would ask hundreds of questions and take in as much as I could. I wanted to hear everyone’s opinions. The more information I had from anglers who were better and more experienced than me, the quicker I grew as an angler.
I believe you are no different and to this day I am still learning from others – you should never stop learning. On this website you will find an array of educational material that we produce just for you!
The team writes and produces a number of articles packed with tips and techniques. We have practised these techniques and want to share with you what works, so you don’t have to do all the hours of research yourself. The videos that are not only educational but also full of action and sometimes the good old bloopers that we all love.
Like this one below that was a big favourite:
We built this website to bring the best in freshwater fishing education, film and photography together in one place, just for you. To ultimately help you on your path as an angler. From myself and the Social Fishing team we are extremely thankful for all the support so far and I just want you to remember one thing:
Never stop learning!
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That is all for this editorial edition. It may be the middle of winter which is a tough time to fish but there are some monster cod hanging around and also some big lake Trout. Make sure you don’t miss out on any Social Fishing updates and info by clicking here…