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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. How to Set up the Korda Heli Safe Tubing Kit - QuickBites

    How to Set up the Korda Heli Safe Tubing Kit - QuickBites

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    Many venues ban leaders or insist on having a length of tubing on your mainline, as well as the ability to drop your lead on a take. Before now, this meant an entire range of rigs were not allowed to be used. Thanks to the product development team at

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  3. Summer Clothing & Essential Tackle Items Guide

    Summer Clothing & Essential Tackle Items Guide

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    Long summer nights spent out on the bank, beach or boat are the pinnacle of fishing for many anglers. Fishing in summer gives you more hours of daylight, the warmth can encourage the fish to behave differently, but most of all its just pleasant to be

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  4. Float Fishing For Tench – Bob Nudd

    Float Fishing For Tench – Bob Nudd

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    Anchors aweigh! You won’t catch many tench with a waggler unless you anchor your hook bait on the bottom. Bob Nudd tells you how.I love fishing for tench with waggler tackle. There’s something very special about watching a float, and it’s even

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  5. Your Guide to Summer River Fishing

    Your Guide to Summer River Fishing

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    The opening of the river season on June 16th is one of the biggest events in the angling calendar, and with the river season now well underway, Angling Direct thought now would be as good a time as any to run though some handy hints and tips ahead of

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  6. How To Tie A Simple Wafter Rig – Carp Fishing Quickbite

    How To Tie A Simple Wafter Rig – Carp Fishing Quickbite

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    If you are wanting to catch more carp this summer, both in the UK or aboard, this simple awesome wafter rig may be the edge you are looking for. In the AD Quickbite, the AD team breaks down the steps to show you exactly how to

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  7. 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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  8. Top 5 Tips for Weekender Fishing Trips

    Top 5 Tips for Weekender Fishing Trips

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    Time is always at a premium and there are many anglers whose only window of opportunity to get on the bank is at the weekends. These ‘weekender’ sessions are often tricky because the banks are generally busier and you can find yourself competing

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  9. 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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  10. A Beginner's Guide to Pole Fishing Rigs – How to Build Your Own Pole Rigs

    A Beginner's Guide to Pole Fishing Rigs – How to Build Your Own Pole Rigs

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    If you fish the pole, you’ll need to know how to make your own rigs…  In this beginner's guide, we will show you step-by-step how to tie your own rigs for pole fishing.  Before we jump into the steps, it is worth noting that not all

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