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I was asked a question how to catch rudd on the drop.

posted on 18 January 2007 in Hints and Tips

in most books/mag's and t.v it mostly says that rudd take the bait on the drop on the float, how would make your set up be a slow drop to give the more time to take the bait? cheers georgeGeorge , Ye...more info >>>

Features to look for when plumbing up

posted on 28 October 2006 in Hints and Tips

Just a few simple steps that may help all you course anglers to catch a few more fish on the bankBefore I start fishing I spend A good 1/2 hour looking for theses: - Shelf:During summer carp head for ...more info >>>

how to unhook carp safely.

posted on 17 September 2006 in Hints and Tips

removing the hook quickly and safely from a fish is vital to ensure the wellbeing of out quarry. follow my guide on how to use two essential unhooking aids: the disgorger:step one: hold the line tight...more info >>>

Safety When Fishing

posted on 18 June 2006 in Hints and Tips

CategoryMiscellaneousArticleSome essential information on angling safetyJust a few tips, not an exhaustive guide to safetyRemeber - be aware at all times of safety issues, the outdoor world can be dan...more info >>>

Doing Casters

posted on 16 January 2006 in Hints and Tips

Casters are turned over maggots and here is how you can turn your own casters. Get the freshest and biggest possible maggots from your baitbreeder. You know that they are freshest possible if you see ...more info >>>

Baits before boilies

posted on 18 May 2003 in Hints and Tips

baits as bread, meats, cheese, sausage, in fact anything available on the shelves of a supermarket which carp will eat. Bread is of course the old favourite carp bait and can be used in many forms, fl...more info >>>

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