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  1. Wednesday Review-Fusion 400 Bait Pro Case

    Wednesday Review-Fusion 400 Bait Pro Case

    It's A Baiting GameBright, vibrant, and unmistakably Guru, the Fusion 400 Bait Pro Case is the ideal bait storage solution for the active match angler. Made from 0.8mm durable EVA, this bait box is waterproof, and rugged enough to meet the demands

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  2. Dave Coster's Fishing Diary - July

    Dave Coster's Fishing Diary - July

    Checking my diary, it was July last year when I caught some big tench from Denton Reservoir. As reports from local rivers were not good, due to lack of rain and steaming hot weather, I thought some decent tench fishing would do instead.For my first

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  3. Dave's How To - Take The Red Route

    Dave's How To - Take The Red Route

    Red is a very popular bait colour, after all, red maggots have been best sellers for many years. I can also remember catching well on canals using red pinkies and squatts, baits that are rarely used these days. Then there was bloodworm and jokers,

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  4. Dave Coster - January Fishing Diary

    Dave Coster - January Fishing Diary

    The first three weeks of January were tough going. A string of storms blew in from the Atlantic, combined with bitterly cold temperatures. River levels were all over the place, so I thought my best bet would be to concentrate on a deep stillwater,

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  5. Dave Coster's Fishing Diary - December

    Dave Coster's Fishing Diary - December

    I had a photo shoot planned with Angler’s Mail the first week of December, so the day before I went for a practise session on a local lake. It was pretty cold, the water looked very clear, so I wasn’t over-confident. I decided to fish the long

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  6. Dave's How To - Keep Catching In The Cold

    Dave's How To - Keep Catching In The Cold

    It can be hard to get motivated when you have to scrape frost or snow off the car first thing, but cold weather fishing doesn’t necessarily have to be an uncomfortable or disappointing experience. First of all, it helps to have some decent warm

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  7. Dave Coster's Fishing Diary - November

    Dave Coster's Fishing Diary - November

    After catching a decent perch on my first trip to the River Glen in October, I decided to go back, better armed this time with some lobworms. The plan was to feed chopped worm and caster on two pole lines: one down the middle and one close to the far

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  8. Dave's How To - Make It Happen With Caster

    Dave's How To - Make It Happen With Caster

    Casters really come into their own after the first heavy frosts and make a very effective alternative to pellets, on both still and running water. Fish are less inclined to feed so keenly on man-made pellets when cold weather slows their metabolism

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  9. Dave's How To - Getting The Best Out Of Swivels

    Dave's How To - Getting The Best Out Of Swivels

    Swivels are great for joining different strength lines together, preventing line twist and gaining extra strength compared to simply using knots. Swivel links are also very useful for attaching various tackle like leger weights, feeders and loaded

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  10. Shimano Bootcamp 2017

    Shimano Bootcamp 2017

    Founded in 1921 by Shozaburo Shimano, Shimano Inc. is a name that has long been associated with the cycling world, responsible for a whopping 50% of the global bicycle component market. Since the early 1970s, when the company took its first steps

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