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Ken's new personal best

Ken's new personal best

I caught her today weighing 65lb 8oz...A new personal best. Baiting strategy, as always, comprised SuperSoft Pellets, SuperNut paste and Liquid Robin Red-laced hemp seed (among other bits and pieces). She was a big old girl...

Preparing for a four-day fishing session

Preparing for a four-day fishing session

A few small tweaks to try and get the edge needed to unlock what has been a very difficult water producing no more than a handful of carp since the last week in October. This needs to be small but effective as I didn't want the carp getting preoccupied from over baiting the swim.

Glugged SuperSoft pellets

Glugged SuperSoft pellets

The SuperSoft Pellets have now been out for about 18 months and in that time they have attracted a strong fan base of dedicated carpers.

Peanut Granules and Crushed Hemp

Peanut Granules and Crushed Hemp

I have been using micro seeds and particles since Noah was a lad. The main reason is because of the preoccupation these tiny seeds can promote.

Get out there for your winter fishing fix

Get out there for your winter fishing fix

'Up the line' or 'Up-country' is a term some of you may be familiar with, especially if you have a connection with Cornwall, and to some, especially the proper Cornish, it literally means travelling over the border, which is the river Tamar. In fact, when I was younger there were a few old villagers who`d never been very far - certainly not over the Tamar river!

Drawing attention to the hookbait

Drawing attention to the hookbait

Way back in the mists of time I wrote an article for the Nutrabaits magazine/catalogue outlining how I go about making my hookbaits stand out from the crowd. Much water has flowed under the bridge since then so I thought I would update the original with my current thinking on boosted hookers!

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