Tag: Autumn Fishing

  1. Autumn Fishing in Belgium and Holland – With Ade Kiddell

    Autumn Fishing in Belgium and Holland – With Ade Kiddell

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    Although it has only been a few weeks since I last wrote a blog, I am happy to say that in that time I have done a lot of fishing that consisted of a nice mix of fish and many fishing situations!   Barbel Fishing in Belgium Let’s start this

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  2. Barbel Fishing in November – With Ade Kiddell

    Barbel Fishing in November – With Ade Kiddell

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    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

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  3. 10 Tips for Autumn Coarse Fishing

    10 Tips for Autumn Coarse Fishing

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    Autumn is among us with all the unpredicted rainfalls and temperature drops. Cooler waters require stealthier tactics and adapting your approach and tackle to best suit autumnal coarse fishing. If you are new to angling or are considering autumn

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  4. Autumn Carp Fishing in France - with Ade Kiddell

    Autumn Carp Fishing in France - with Ade Kiddell

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    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

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  5. Autumn Fishing Tips: Your Guide to Fishing the Seasons

    Autumn Fishing Tips: Your Guide to Fishing the Seasons

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    Ready for cooler temperatures? Good news, autumn is here bringing with it a load more fishing opportunities. When is Autumn? Autumn or Fall covers the months September, October and November before transitioning to winter weather in December. With

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  6. Five Reasons Why Autumn Is Great!

    Five Reasons Why Autumn Is Great!

    Today we officially welcome the start of autumn and the autumn equinox. After the joys of summer it can be quite a depressing time, the weather becomes cooler and more changeable and the days get shorter and the nights longer. The memories of 

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