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  1. Phil Spinks - November 2018

    Phil Spinks - November 2018

    Now that it is feeling much more wintery my attentions turn to pike. I really look forward to my pike fishing each year. One of the reasons I enjoy fishing for pike so much is the fact you can target pike with so many different methods. Feeling a

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  2. Darkest Depths and Brightest Moments

    Darkest Depths and Brightest Moments

     New GhostsIt's always exciting when a new fish species is discovered. However, curb your enthusiasm; this isn't a fish you can dropshot for in your local canal, and you certainly won't be able to land it with a standard carp rod. You won't even

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  3. Phil Spinks- Autumn Zander

    Phil Spinks- Autumn Zander

    Autumn normally sees me heading over to the Anglian Water reservoirs for the chance of a big zander or two on lures. This autumn has been slightly different for me; it seems nearly every time Thursday comes around, which is my day off from working in

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  4. Thursday Focus - Fox Rage

    Thursday Focus - Fox Rage

    Fox Rage: Bringing You The Cunning Arts of the Predator CraftA strikingly lethal range of predator fishing tackle and accessories, Fox Rage gives you devastatingly focused performance for all your predator fishing, whether you're drop shotting into a

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  5. Thursday Focus - Predator Fishing with Daiwa Prorex

    Thursday Focus - Predator Fishing with Daiwa Prorex

    A pale, washed out sun peers sleepily out over a lake ringed with frost. The water ripples in a breeze you can't feel, but which carries a sharply noticeable chill. You can hear your waders crunching through the winter morning. Your breath hangs in

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  6. Monday Top 5 - Lure Fishing

    Monday Top 5 - Lure Fishing

    Lure fishing is a great way to locate and target predators such as perch, zander, pike and even catfish. There are days when simply chucking a lure as far as you can and reeling it steadily back can work; however, the following tips will help you

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  7. Grafham Water Predators - Phil Spinks

    Grafham Water Predators - Phil Spinks

    As the summer slowly starts to slip away and the cooler autumn days begin, it normally means one thing for me…perch! In the words of Dick Walker, a big perch is the biggest fish of all and anyone who has had the pleasure of catching a big one will

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  8. Jig Fishing For Zander - Phil Spinks

    Jig Fishing For Zander - Phil Spinks

    Over the last few weeks, I've been fishing the mighty Rutland water for zander. Although I've fished Grafham water several times over the last few winters, Rutland was a new adventure for me. Rutland has a much higher population of zander than its

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  9. Predator Fishing on Grafham Water - Phil Spinks

    Predator Fishing on Grafham Water - Phil Spinks

    In my opinion, we are now approaching a much better time of the year for the type of fishing I enjoy. Predator fishing has got to be one of my favorite types of specimen fishing and lure fishing has begun to play a much larger part in my approach to

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  10. Mixing It Up On The Trent - Andy Hull

    Mixing It Up On The Trent - Andy Hull

    Since successfully opening the river season on the Trent banking 7 barbel, I’d been keen to go back for another go, so a week off in October had colleague Richard and I heading off down the A17 for a couple of nights on the bank.We found the river

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