The Big Red Carp Fishing Blog
As carp fishing becomes more popular, so our quarry is becoming ever more wary. In the good old days, before the pressure started to grow, a scattering of boilies inevitably did the trick.
Today I would like to look at a subject that has fascinated me for many years. I first wrote about creating artificial feeding zones using mass bait back in 1995…Dear me!
I hope you are managing to stay safe and sane during this coronavirus crisis. It's hard keeping ones sanity, and not being able to get out on the banks simply makes matters worse, as I well know.
I am sure we would all be a lot happier if carp fishing was governed by a fixed and predictable set of rules, a standard whereby we knew right from the start whether we had a chance of catching or not.
I am an avid watcher of carp in the wild. In fact, I like climbing trees or parting bushes to look in on carp almost as much as I do fishing from them.