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  1. UK's Best Park Lakes & Urban Fishing Venues

    UK's Best Park Lakes & Urban Fishing Venues

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    With the rise in popularity of day-ticket venues, park lakes have largely been forgotten. However, in recent years they have been making a comeback with thanks to YouTube series such as Urban Banx, fronted by Nash’s Alan Blair, and several park

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  2. Be Ready for the Magical June 16th – A Guide to River Fishing Season in the UK

    Be Ready for the Magical June 16th – A Guide to River Fishing Season in the UK

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    Great news for those patient river anglers amongst us! The three months of the closed season for coarse river fishing is coming to an end and so the time is near for the new river season to begin! For those new to angling or not sure why we have a

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  3. World Environment Day 2020- A Guide to Eco-Friendly Fishing

    World Environment Day 2020- A Guide to Eco-Friendly Fishing

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    Today is World Environment Day and the theme for 2020 is Biodiversity. Biodiversity encompasses the variety of life on Earth of over 8 million species. From plants and animals to fungi and bacteria, and the ecosystems that house them, there is much

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  4. Beginners Guide to Line and Braid

    Beginners Guide to Line and Braid

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    As anglers, we’re truly blessed that we can fish many tactics to suit our own disciplines and preferences and style. One day we might want to catch a bag of roach on the waggler and the next chucking a method feeder into a clear bream-infested

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  5. Phil Spinks - Top 5 Tench Fishing Tips

    Phil Spinks - Top 5 Tench Fishing Tips

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    With spring just around the corner, my attention like many other specimen anglers should be turned to tench fishing. However, until we are out of isolation we can just brush up on our techniques and prepare tackle for when we can get back to the

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  6. Ade Kiddell -  Tips for Anglers in Isolation

    Ade Kiddell - Tips for Anglers in Isolation

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    So there I was enjoying another great winters fishing, the mild weather had kept the fish feeding well. Just a few weeks later and sadly the world is in crisis and fishing for a few weeks will have to take a back seat while we all take extra care of

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  7. Phil Spinks - The Accidental Mirror

    Phil Spinks - The Accidental Mirror

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    Back in 2012 I was a very lucky angler, catching my biggest ever carp while targeting tench. Seeing as we’re all now stuck inside, I thought it would a good time to share my throwback story with you. I have always had a fondness towards the

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  8. Phil Spinks - Coping with fishing 'lockdown'

    Phil Spinks - Coping with fishing 'lockdown'

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    With the terrible coronavirus keeping thousands of anglers indoors, now is a good time to make good of a difficult situation and get some much needed tackle prep done. These would once have been tasks for anglers during the traditional closed season

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  9. Fishing A MUDDY RIVER For Small Sea Fish!

    Fishing A MUDDY RIVER For Small Sea Fish!

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    For this latest episode we’re on the saltwater theme, but doing something a little different, as we head to into Suffolk and to Southwold, to fish the River Blyth! Having spent a fair bit of time in Southwold we were always curious of the river

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  10. Dave Coster’s HOW TO – Change Feeders Quickly

    Dave Coster’s HOW TO – Change Feeders Quickly

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    Step 1: Method and Hybrid feeders with in-line tubes Modern method and hybrid feeders have removable in-line tubes, which help to make your end rigs a lot more versatile, in some cases allowing quick changes to heavier or lighter feeder sizes, or

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