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Winter baiting - decrease the waiting: Part 3

Winter baiting - decrease the waiting: Part 3

Now that I've covered some of the aspects of my approach, let's get back to bait, and the construction of bait.

Winter baiting - decrease the waiting: Part 2

Winter baiting - decrease the waiting: Part 2

In the last Haith's Blog piece I wrote, I went over a few ingredients that I really like to use in one of my typical winter baits.

Winter baiting - decrease the waiting

Winter baiting - decrease the waiting

My views on baits, particularly winter baits, might go against the more widely accepted views. May they not? But they are my views, written here as guidance only, no rules just views and opinions. So if you disagree, that's fine.

A winter invitation

A winter invitation

As I'm sitting here writing this the wind is howling around outside my cottage and this rain seems never to stop, it`s all gone a bit Noah and although it has affected my angling to a degree it has not stopped or deterred my passion for the countryside or angling...

Ken's 'Hunt for Triad' at Le Queroy

Ken's 'Hunt for Triad' at Le Queroy

The long wait of over a year had passed oh so slowly but at last we were back at Le Queroy. After last years impressive visit I was keen to repeat the prescription and fill my boots.

In the summertime...

In the summertime...

I think most carp anglers would agree that summer is by far the most productive time of the year for catching carp. They are at their most active and they seem prepared to eat just about anything.

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