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The Big Red Carp Fishing Blog

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Early Season Inspiration

Early Season Inspiration

Well having read Adam Roots recent blog (Short Day Success) I was inspired to visit a local water. One of several deep-water quarries along the old route of the A30 in West Devon. Although generally considered a difficult water due to the considerable depths of up to 50 plus feet in places.

Romania: A trip to Sarulesti

Romania: A trip to Sarulesti

I have never had the slightest intention of fishing Robert Raduta’s lake in Romania; not even when the press was being flooded with articles and pictures of huge fish caught in true adventure-style conditions, complete with marauding mice, plague dogs, humans bones and gypsy villages.

Haith's wins "Board of Trade Award" for Yorkshire and the Humber

Haith's wins "Board of Trade Award" for Yorkshire and the Humber

International Trade Secretary Dr Liam Fox is set to recognise Haith’s ‘exceptional performance in international trade’ through the new Board of Trade Awards.

Haith's chosen to become a Department for International Trade (DIT) Northern Powerhouse Export Champion

Haith's chosen to become a Department for International Trade (DIT) Northern Powerhouse Export Champion

Haith's Baits accept an invitation to become a #NPHExportChamp to encourage others to consider growing their international business through exporting.

Top 10 particle baits - part one

Top 10 particle baits - part one

Hi there, and welcome to my look at what I consider to be some of the best particle baits around. In this article I will give you 1-5, and next month 6-10. Let’s kick off with my top five particle baits with tips on how to prepare them and fish them.

Old dog & new tricks

Old dog & new tricks

As you will have probably gathered if you have read some of my other contributions to these blogs, I am getting on a bit and have circled the block more than a few times. As the old dog of the title I am always looking to find new tricks to play on the carp as they become increasingly hard to catch as pressure on them grows by the day.

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