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Ken Townley's winter bait thoughts

Ken Townley's winter bait thoughts

As far as I am concerned - and as Brian wrote the other day - winter fishing should be fun. It's not an endurance test, and that fun comes from catching carp!

River fishing in France: Part 2

River fishing in France: Part 2

The potential for great river fishing for carp across the Channel and throughout Europe is still relatively untouched by UK anglers.

River fishing in France: Part 1

River fishing in France: Part 1

I hope you don't mind it I veer slightly off the usual subject of bait for a few blogs while I talk about a different kind of fishing, one that gets under your skin and keeps you dreaming of the challenges ahead.

Ideas revisited

Ideas revisited

Here are a few little wheezes we have come up with over the years that you may have missed so we thought it might be an idea to take another look.

Stoned Nuts Rule, OK!

Stoned Nuts Rule, OK!

I know it is fashionable to sing the praises of the all-conquering tiger nut these days, but in my opinion - and good though tiger nuts are - I believe peanuts are better. However, I must point out one factor that I consider to be very important, though to be fair, other writers don't!

Sunflower Hearts make great bait (Part Two)

Sunflower Hearts make great bait (Part Two)

Back in May this year I mentioned that I had been experimenting with a new (to me) mini particle, namely sunflower hearts.

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