26 June 2009

Tackle for the Job

A cracking 24lb common from a short evening session
23 May 2009

You don’t always have to spend days and weeks in a bivvy to catch carp and over the last few seasons I’ve had some great fishing on short trips.

04 April 2009

Lugworm is probably the all round favourite with shore anglers taking the country as a whole.

05 March 2009

There is no doubting that PVA bags are still a deadly method, however with so many anglers using them these days it’s important to keep refining your approach if you are to stay one step ahead and

13 February 2009

In the first article I outlined how having found the spot I want to fish using a marker rod I clipped up and then used the technique of walking my lines out to accurately mark the distance.

A cracking roach taken on the centrepin
02 February 2009

The New Year is a time for making resolutions and my first one is to give the old Internet warriors a wide berth.

Cold but beautiful ... the question is, will the fish feed?
11 January 2009

It’s that time of year, Christmas has been and gone, but it’s a long time before those hot balmy days of summer. So do you put the gear in the shed and catch up on those DIY jobs around the house, or even better go into town shopping!!!!!

Well, we asked some of our consultants for their opinions and they said KEEP FISHING. Winter can be tough, but it can also give you some of your best, and most rewarding, results. So here are a few tips that might help put an extra fish or two on the bank.

All you will need to get fishing accurately.
04 January 2009

Being able to carp fish accurately can make the difference between catching one or two fish and bagging up.

08 December 2008

Tip 1 – Recast regularly

First light, and the traps are set
27 November 2008

As I write this the nights are really drawing in and its now that all important ‘twelve hours of darkness..twelve hours of light’ time of year. Dark by 6 pm and not even approaching light at 6 am.