Not being able to drop the lead when using a helicopter setup has always been a huge problem for carp anglers, until Korda came to the ...
Baiting up with a couple of variants of feed can pay dividends later on, giving you the option to switch between hook-baits and optimize ...
Marcus Clark reveals how mindset can play a huge part in success, even when competing against the biggest names in the game!
Neil’s game changer is one he learnt many years ago. He was given some advice and it worked, he caught regualrly but going against ...
John’s Game Changer, is not a wonder bait or piece of tackle, but his Mrs.
Noticing the carp eating bait days after it had been introduced, Lewis tried using washed out baits moulded together, and it changed the ...
When something changes the game for an angler like Jim Shelley, you know it’s something special. Here’s the story of how salt ...
Rather than tipping out a whole bucket of bait, Dave opted for a single hook bait to out wit a very large carp.
When he’s fishing for carp that have received little to no pressure , Alfie likes to chop and change his baits.
Who’d have thought a little white nut could change the game so drastically.
As simple as it sounds, Darrell changed over to tiger nuts, whilst fishing Northey park and the rest was history.
Fishing on the famous Bundy’s Pit, Jim had to learn to use adjustable zigs at depths of over 40 feet.
Dave changes his sleep pattens according to the seasons, which allows him to find the carp whilst most are asleep.
Adam Penning tells us how short rigs and running leads changed the game for him.
The tiniest of adjustments to his balanced tiger nut rig, was the difference between catching, and not.
Danny Fairbrass showed Martin the Spinner rig and he hasn’t looked back.
Nicks first ever trip to Europe in 1987 was his Game Changer, it opened up a whole new world of angling locations.
Si swears by establishing a food bait, and applying it in the right way will make the carp tuned into eating your offerings.
Kev experienced some very quick action casting at showing fish with just PVA bags, which accounted for a February 39 pounder.
Fishing a park lake full of bream, Mark hand rolled some 30mm baits and managed to single out the carp.
Maggots in the cold water is Luke’s Game Changer, and our Carth’ on-lock film is all the evidence you’ll need.
James was lucky enough to be shown hook sharpening by Jason Haywood in the early days, which of course gave him a huge edge.
Washing his bait out in lake water and few added extras made Joe’s catch-rate go through the roof.