After finding an area of deep silt silt, Tom could get bites regularly but as the spot cleared, the bites dried up.
Using a small amount of oil in the winter, makes for oily carp farts!
Scaling down his tackle to the bare minimum means Alfie can move must faster than most anglers, meaning he can react to a show, and get ...
Investigating areas you have seen big fish show, even if it’s not where your baiting has accounted for some huge fish for Myles.
Investigating what natural food the carp are eating and utilising the lakes natural larder, and is something Mark strongly believes helps ...
Martin swears by staying awake as much as possible and listening for the vital shows at night.
Keeping your eyes on the other anglers and watching what people do helps Si tune, and plan his approach to suit how the lakes fishing.
Jimmy like to find the more unusual looking spots when out on the boat, then it’s time to harvest.
When a lake has no real form for the carp being caught in the edge, you still have to have a look.
Finding the water clouded up, even in the most unlikely looking areas is a good sign of feeding carp.
Seeing the forthcoming weather report and planning your location based on that can be a real weapon in your armoury.
Although the birds can sometimes be a problem, did you know you can use them to your advantage?
With the perception that the fish will be down in the depths during the winter period, Jake found them on the surface.
Following the wind, and checking the weather regularly is a good tool to have in your armoury.