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  1. The Insider's Guide to Perch Fishing

    The Insider's Guide to Perch Fishing

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    With Autumn just around the corner, switching to perch fishing is ideal for the cooler months. If you are eager to try perch fishing, this guide can give you some tips to making the most out of the sessions out in the windy weather! About Perch

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  2. Small STREAM FISHING - A Trip Down Memory Lane!

    Small STREAM FISHING - A Trip Down Memory Lane!

    For this latest episode we’re back with the ultimate trip down memory lane! Re-visiting and fishing some of the small streams and tiny bodies of water we used to fish when we were just young lads.Back then, 20+ years ago, we thought we were the

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  3. Arezue Wright- Float Fishing For Carp

    Arezue Wright- Float Fishing For Carp

    Float fishing is one of the most simplistic yet enjoyable ways to catch carp, however, for many modern anglers, float fishing for carp has fallen out of fashion especially as it is considered a small fish only method and many carp anglers want that

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  4. Pole Fishing For Carp - Bread With A Twist!

    Pole Fishing For Carp - Bread With A Twist!

    There's no doubting the effectiveness of bread, especially in the early spring months, it's a bait we've had lots of success with in the past and a bait we've filmed a few video's on - the bread method and dobbing bread to name a couple.So in this

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  5. Phil Spinks - Crucian Carp

    Phil Spinks - Crucian Carp

    Float fishing for crucian carp is by far my favourite way of fishing for them. Although on the bigger, lower stocked lakes, legering for them can be very effective, it doesn’t have the same appeal for me as watching a delicate little float lift up

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  6. Dave Coster's Fishing Diary - April 2018

    Dave Coster's Fishing Diary - April 2018

    April started much like the rest of the year has been so far, cold and miserable. My mate Andy was in town, so we decided to have a session on sheltered Lake One at Priory Fishery. There wasn’t anyone else mad enough to be out on the bank, giving

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  7. Dave Coster's Fishing Diary - March 2018

    Dave Coster's Fishing Diary - March 2018

    The back end of the river season was a washout with ice, snow and high-water levels. So, a few days after the thaw set in, I retreated to the deep Specimen Lake at Woodlands. I had unfinished business there after losing a massive roach back in

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  8. Dave Coster's - How To Anchor Loaded Wagglers

    Dave Coster's - How To Anchor Loaded Wagglers

    There are a lot of fully loaded floats these days, particularly pellet waggler designs. If you are new to this concept, you might wonder how to attach these types of floats to your main line without being able to use large locking shot? There are in

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  9. Monday Top 5 - Chub Fishing

    Monday Top 5 - Chub Fishing

    Chub are described as the greediest of fish. Well, thank you, Mr Chub. There’s often on a cold winters day chub have saved me a blank when every other species has well and truly shut up shop. There’s nothing quite like a winter river chub;

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  10. Monday Top 5 - Perch Fishing

    Monday Top 5 - Perch Fishing

    That famous saying a big perch is “the biggest fish of all” is certainly true if you’ve ever had the fortune of witnessing a 3lb + stripy on the bank. They are often the first species people catch when starting fishing and a hugely popular

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