Bream, a deep bodied shoal fish, isn’t everyone’s favourite, but when other species aren’t biting, the bream are good sport. Once you have located a bream, chances are you have located a whole shoal of them, one of the reasons you can really
Sadly 2021 has begun pretty much the same as 2020 finished with the COVID-19 crisis still affecting all our lives. Hopefully, the measures we are currently living under, some common sense from all of us and the roll-out of the vaccine programme will
The key to fishing single hook baits successfully, is to do so with confidence. It is an effective way to catch carp, especially during the winter months when the carps feeding times are much less frequent.
We all have our favourite choice of colour
Fishing for specimen size roach in the depths of winter has become one of my favourite styles of angling. I’ve been fortunate enough to have caught over 40 roach weighing in excess of 3lb, and hundreds of 2lb+ roach.
Having spent so much time
If there is one species of fish you can always rely on in the depths of winter, it’s chub. However cold it gets chub always seem to oblige.
Here are some top tips to help you put a few more chub on the bank this winter.
Maybe it’s an age thing but gravel pit pike fishing is a style of pike fishing that has become more and more appealing to me in recent years. Sitting behind static deadbaits while relaxing in a nice comfy chair ticks all the right boxes for me, at
With only a few days left of what has been a very eventful 2020, we can only hope that 2021 brings us all a much better year than 2020, that has certainly tested us all.
December Fishing in France
The last few weeks the weather has turned a bit
2020 has not been without its ups and downs but to celebrate all that was great for the angling community in the past year we have collected the most impressive catches across most freshwater species across the UK,
Sadly, like the UK, out here in France we are back in lockdown. Luckily, this time fishing has not been completely stopped, however, I have to remain within the constraints of the lockdown rules.
For France, the fishing rules are; sticking to a
Just a few weeks ago I was writing my last blog and it was over 30 degrees C, a typical end of a summers day, here in France. We have now suddenly jumped into Autumn with colder nights and wet and windy days, however, I must admit Autumn is a