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Attraction: what does it mean to you?

Attraction: what does it mean to you?

The first thing we need to do is define the nature of what is a pretty intangible concept. What is attraction when applied to carp bait?

Finding the spot - part two

Finding the spot - part two

I mentioned last time that in many cases finding a hot spot where carp regularly feed is not necessarily enough; sometimes you need to find the spot WITHIN the spot, if you get my meaning. So how do you go about finding these elusive areas some of which may well be only a meter or two across?

Finding the spot - part one

Finding the spot - part one

This is the first of three articles on what I consider to be the most important aspect in carp fishing. I guess you could call it an offshoot of location but it is more than that. Location is more about finding where the carp are; what I am talking about is finding where they FEED.

River fishing for carp

River fishing for carp

One of my great passions over the past sixteen or more years has been fishing for carp that live in flowing water. For me there is nothing quite like the challenge of getting to grips with...

Chilling, resting and feeding

Chilling, resting and feeding

Carp are frustrating beasts. Just when you think you have got the fish all worked out they go and break the rules and start playing hard to get. It’s strange but true; carp can be easier to catch in certain areas and almost impossible to catch in others. Some of the most challenging areas are the spots where they go to chill out and rest up for the day.

The wind and its effect on fishing – 2

The wind and its effect on fishing – 2

There is a lot of talk in the magazines and other instructional; media these days about the importance of “following the wind”, but what does this mean in practice? When experts talk about carp following the wind their reasoning is:

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