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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!

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.

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!

Talking about harnessing the power of the Robin... Here's a nice little trick for you

Talking about harnessing the power of the Robin... Here's a nice little trick for you

Our SuperSoft Pellets are designed to breakdown quickly; in fact it is one of their principle benefits. However there are times when a slower breakdown rate is preferred and this can be achieved by using a food oil.

Increasing the amount of bait you are introducing

Increasing the amount of bait you are introducing

Even though it is colder than it should be at this time of the year (in most of the UK) by now the water temperatures will be climbing slowly but steadily enough to keep the fish on their toes.

Ken Townley's favourite groundbait

Ken Townley's favourite groundbait

I first wrote about groundbaiting for carp way back in 1985.

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