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10 Reasons You Haven’t Caught In A While and How To Fix It
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10 Reasons You Haven’t Caught In A While and How To Fix It

Shane
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The Fish Aren't In Your Swim If you choose the wrong swim, you could be in for a long wait. It's really important that you spend some time at the beginning of the session looking for signs of fish before you set up your equipment. Weather makes a huge difference to where the fish will be in the lake. Angling ...

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Tricks for Catching Carp on Single Hookbaits
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Tricks for Catching Carp on Single Hookbaits

Shane
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The three biggest fish I have ever caught, have been caught with single hook baits. There have been occasions when I have put out large beds of bait, the odd big fish turns up. But most of the time for me, the big fish are caught when I am fishing single hook baits close in or casting a single hook bait to showing ...

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Winter Carp Tips – 5 Tips To Help Improve Your Rigs
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Winter Carp Tips – 5 Tips To Help Improve Your Rigs

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Tip One - Steam Straighten Your Hook Link If you're using coated braid, nylon hook links or fluorocarbon hook links, to get the best out of the hook link, steam the hooklink straight. After I have tied my hooklink, I put the kettle on, make a cup of tea, and I'll position the hooklink over the kettle once it is ...

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Choosing a Carp Rod – The Best Carp and Feeder Rods
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Choosing a Carp Rod – The Best Carp and Feeder Rods

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The Best Carp Rods Choosing the best carp rod is vital when choosing the right one for the fishing situation that you've got. No one rod can do everything on every single water, so there a range of rods available, all at different test curves. That's the starting point when choosing a carp rod. We discuss all the ...

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Float Fishing for Carp – Beginners | A Dying Art
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Float Fishing for Carp – Beginners | A Dying Art

Shane
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Float fishing for carp is almost becoming a dying art. Carp fishing is probably the most popular fish, I guess now in the British Isles and a whole industry, a whole tackle industry, and bait industry have all been drawn up into carp fishing on almost a cult basis. You need great big rods, at 1/2 lb test curve they ...

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FishSpy Underwater Camera Review – Useful Tool or Gimmick?
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FishSpy Underwater Camera Review – Useful Tool or Gimmick?

Shane
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Today, we are taking a look at the FishSpy marker float. This FishSpy underwater camera review is a bit different to the others because you've probably already heard of and seen a couple of videos on the FishSpy before, so I'm not going to run you through all of the finer details, but what I will do is run you through ...

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What Does Fishing The Margins Mean – Stalking Carp
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What Does Fishing The Margins Mean – Stalking Carp

Shane
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Margin Fishing for Big Carp Margin fishing for big carp is a tactic that is underused on most lakes. Anglers tend to turn up at a swim, cast the rigs into the horizon and sit on the rigs, without any thought as to the fish in the margin, right under their feet. Stalking leads on from watercraft. Looking around ...

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Method Feeder Fishing For Beginners – Carp Fishing
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Method Feeder Fishing For Beginners – Carp Fishing

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What Is Method Feeder Fishing? The method feeder is a simple device designed to make catching fish as easy as possible. It delivers a tiny little parcel of bait, which is presented well anywhere you can cast. It also has a lead built-in, giving it self hooking properties, so you can cast the method feeder anywhere, ...

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Carp Fishing Big Waters – Reservoir Carp Fishing Tips
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Carp Fishing Big Waters – Reservoir Carp Fishing Tips

Shane
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When carp fishing big waters, we all have our own idea about what actually constitutes being a big venue and I guess it's all relative to the size of venues that you have been fishing previously. The first time I walked onto a carp lake of over 30 acres, having only previously fish farm ponds before that, I didn't ...

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