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What is Essex Anglers?

Essex Anglers is a group of passionate Anglers from Essex who want to blog and share their fishing experiences. We have a huge selection of content to look at, from reading Fishing Blogs, to listening to our podcasts! Essex Fishing has a lot to offer, and we hope to showcase that, and also excite everyone about fishing.

Whether it be hunting for Big Carp, stalking Local Rivers for Chub, Match Fishing, Chasing Predators or exploring the Coastline one of us will cover it. Highlighting the fishing essex offers.

Our Anglers

We are lucky enough to have a huge range of different types of Anglers as part of a team, follow the link to find out who we have and what they do!

News

  • The 2021 Essex Anglers Species Hunt
    Today, January First, 2021, marks the start of a year long competition between myself and fellow bloggers on the Essex Anglers site. The goal is simple, to catch as many different species as we can. The only catch being they must be caught in Essex. Every time a new species is caught, it will be […]
  • Anglers on Fishing & Mental Health
    Essex Anglers are proud to have the opportunity to produce this post, on what Fishing means to a range of different Anglers, the Essex Anglers team, some of our amazing guest bloggers we have had and some amazing names in the Fishing world have all opened up on what Fishing means to them, and how […]

Latest Blogs

Birthday Treat
Firstly, I'd like to apologise for the lack of blogs from us recently, we have been out on the bank a bit but I've just lost track of doing the blogs, so I apologise, however WE ARE BACKKK!!  So, for the first blog back we are going to go back …
<strong>CARP AT CUTON LAKES!</strong>
Getting down to the lake at around 10am seeing a few fish top about and loads of splashes which is awesome to see! Fishing tackle wise I came down with my 11ft daiwa paired with my shimano bait runner with 12lb mono And my other rod  12ft sundridge proton feeder …
Spring Tenching And A Wild Swim
7.6lb of lovely female Tinca Up at 4.45 on a frosty late March morning. Tackle packed into my trusty Volvo the night before, lunch and flask prepared, and Indy my dog poised and alert: he knows we’re going fishing. It took me almost all of the previous afternoon to prepare …
Kickstarting Essex LRF
LRF in Essex is fairly unheard of unfortunately, due to the muddy murky Thames, it makes lure fishing for mini species incredibly difficult. The marks that Devon and Cornwall have, just aren't here, strong tides also makes life difficult. Overall, we just have smaller populations of those mini species. However, …
Friend Or Foe – investigating seal and inshore trawler impacts on fish stocks
It’s funny what you remember from school. Even stranger at times is what from that you learn, what you chose to actually use in life. Probably the most important thing I learned from school was down to my RE teacher, Mr Marshall. He was weird to say the least. Resembling …