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  1. Summer Chub Fishing - Specimen Series

    Summer Chub Fishing - Specimen Series

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    Whether you’re a seasoned river angler, a passionate carp angler in need of a change of scenery, or just fancy a day on the river, chub are an excellent species to target. Their generous size and considerable fight, especially in faster flowing

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  2. Where Can I Go Carp Fishing Near Me?

    Where Can I Go Carp Fishing Near Me?

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    There are carp lakes and fisheries throughout the UK offering day ticket passes as well as more extended stay and accommodation too. You may wish to go further afield to France, Germany or The Netherlands where you have so much choice you could spend

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  3. Living the Bream - Phil Spinks

    Living the Bream - Phil Spinks

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    Springtime can be a great time of the year for a variety of different species. In fact, I'm quite often spoilt for choice, I never have time to target everything on offer this time of year but I do try my best. I appreciate bream aren’t everyone's

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  4. Top Fishing Baits for Tench During Spring

    Top Fishing Baits for Tench During Spring

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    Spring is the time of year where the green-flanked and red-eyed tench comes into the minds of many an angler up and down the country, as now hard-fighting tench really get on the feed after disappearing throughout the winter months and unlike later

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  5. What is the Best Bait for Carp Fishing in Spring?

    What is the Best Bait for Carp Fishing in Spring?

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    Carp angling in the spring can be difficult due to the variety of good and bad weather the venues have, however, spring carp are often ravenous as they have not eaten loads over winter and need to build up for their spawning season so you can always

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  6. Sturgeon 'Critically Endangered' | Conservation vs Caviar

    Sturgeon 'Critically Endangered' | Conservation vs Caviar

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    Sturgeon are the most Critically Endangered group of species in the world. They shared the planet with dinosaurs but, relatively recently, humans have not been so good at sharing the planet. 85% of sturgeon, one of the oldest families of fish in

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  7. Top 5 Spring Tench Tips

    Top 5 Spring Tench 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

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  8. How to Catch More Bream

    How to Catch More Bream

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    The bream, a deep bodied shoal fish, isn’t everyone’s favourite, but feeling the heavy thump of a big slab on the other end has to be one of the most satisfying feelings in fishing.At this time of year all species will now be preparing for winter

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  9. Early Spring Carp - Phil Spinks

    Early Spring Carp - Phil Spinks

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    With the rivers now closed and the weather on the change, I turn my attention to carp fishing. Having said that, this winter saw me fishing for carp in the colder months more than usual due to travel restrictions and lockdown. It was nice to catch a

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  10. Winter Pike Fishing On Rivers - with Mick Brown

    Winter Pike Fishing On Rivers - with Mick Brown

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    If you are heading to the riverbank this winter, Mick Brown, the predator fishing specialist has a few tips to help get some more pike in your net. In this guide, Mick Brown explains the baits and rigs to help you get the best out of your predator

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