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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.

Preparing for winter - Part 2

Preparing for winter - Part 2

My last blog was aimed at keeping our baits working for us through the winter. This Blog is about keeping us warm and comfortable so as we can fish more effectively.

Preparing for winter - Part 1: Bait

Preparing for winter - Part 1: Bait

Bait Baron, Brian Mills takes a look at how we can make our bait work better for us during the forthcoming winter months...

Del più famoso ingrediente catturatore di carpe in tutto il mondo: Il ROBIN RED

Del più famoso ingrediente catturatore di carpe in tutto il mondo: Il ROBIN RED

La pesca con le pastelle risale a parecchi anni fà quando anche io pescavo con mio zio le mie prime carpe senza l'ausilio dell' hair rig, poichè in Italia ancora non si conosceva. All'epoca gli ingredienti che si utilizzavano erano pochi e semplici ma non per questo meno efficaci viste le numerose partenze anche in simultanea su più canne.

Eight Cornish carp and a 'pasty pie'

Eight Cornish carp and a 'pasty pie'

"The young lad was doing his best to learn the art of spinning for perch and pike. Below him, the powerful river roared and swirled in a foaming torrent. High above the young angler a huge willow towered, but every now and then his small spinner snagged in the lower branches. The young man's uncle, yet again, risked life and limb to retrieve the spinner and offer words of encouragement."

New PB for Vinnie using double tiger nut over tigers

New PB for Vinnie using double tiger nut over tigers

So the days and nights were passing without any action to the bite alarms, and it was somewhere around seven nights since my last fish out of my syndicate. It was head scratching time...

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