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The Method for tackling canals.....James Robbins proves that when it comes to hauling big bags of bream, Method feeder tactics work just as well on canals as they do on commercials

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james-robbins

Published on

26-07-2014

  There was a time when you would have been laughed off the towpath if you were daft enough to fish a flatbed Method feeder on a canal. These days, though, the nation’s inland waterways are a much different proposition, with many specimen-sized fish and big catches regularly made. The reasons for this are a combination of neglect – something that all fish thrive on – and the use of commercial baits and tactics such as the flatbed Method feeder that have transforme...

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Singing the Blues....with Chippy and Bite Adventures

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admin_uk

Published on

25-07-2014

Bite Adventures with Chippy operate out of Penzance and run specialist shark trips during the summer months. Simon Putnam travels down with three friends every year and have had some great catches Simon picks up the story...."we have been really lucky with the weather and the fishin. Last year we managed to get out on all the 5 days we booked, we had an incredible week with 59 blues being landed and released, the biggest last year was 107lb, which I was lucky enough to ...

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208lb Shore Caught Common Skate

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admin_uk

Published on

25-07-2014

A Whitby Angling Supplies staff member recently caught a fantastic 208lb female skate whilst fishing from the shore on the Isle of Skye. The skate took over and hour to land and it was caught on a Penn Affinity 16ft Beachcaster, Shimano Ultegra 14000XSC and 66lb Power Pro, the trace was Sakuma wire 50lb and hook a Sakuma 545 7/0 with half a fillet of fresh mackerel as bait. Regards Daniel Bennett

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June report - Jonny Molesworth

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admin_uk

Published on

19-07-2014

Having now finished uni and with a 1st class biology degree under my belt, the fishing for this season has well and truly begun... As soon as my local clay pits re-opened after spawning I was promptly down there for a day session. It was due to be a rainy day so once I’d arrived I set about lacing a small spot, around 30 yards out into the main section of the lake, with particle, Gulp! halibut pellets and the old faithful crumbled Red Crustacean boilies, using the spod. No so...

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Terry’s Travels An Evening Session for Mullet

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admin_uk

Published on

19-07-2014

I didn’t think I would get the chance of a few hours Mullet fishing after work, but just on the off chance, threw the pre-assembled rod in the jeep anyway. It’s just that the tides were perfect, and with the window of settled weather we have been experiencing these last few weeks, it seemed a pity not to! That’s my excuse and I’m sticking to it. As things transpired, I managed to get through the work-load with time to spare. Pedal to the metal, I made a bee-line for my fa...

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Terry’s Travels Owner Circle Hooks, product test

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admin_uk

Published on

19-07-2014

I was asked to try out the new range of circle hooks from Owner, and received a packet each of 7/0, 8/0, 9/0 and 10/0. The two smaller sizes come in packs of five, the 9/0’s come with four hooks, and you get three, single 10/0’s in a pack. On inspection, these hooks are of the highest quality I have come to expect with Owner, extremely strong and surgically sharp. I could regurgitate the blurb that extols the virtues of this product, but as always, I prefer to put produc...

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PVA Top Ten Tips

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admin_uk

Published on

19-07-2014

1/ Keep it dry. I know this sounds obvious but I encounter many people on the bank without good quality PVA due to moisture. Keep mesh and bags in waterproof sealed food bags and always carry kitchen roll and a towel or two. 2/ Make sure all items of tackle are dry before putting them into a solid bag or before threading onto or hooking a mesh bag. Use oil and dips to assist in wet conditions. 3/ PVA bags are an underrated item of Carp angling tackle. No other mediu...

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Common as Muck – Clive Dobinson – looking for that Big Mirror

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admin_uk

Published on

18-06-2014

It was one of those sessions that began with the magic words “why don’t you go fishing for a few days” and had me on the bank, rods out, bivvy up and kettle on within two hours, a record for me who usually takes a couple of hours to pack and a further two hours to pick my swim followed by another two hours sorting my gear out! I looked like a real expert carrying what looked like twelve kilos of boilies around the lake on my barrow handles, little did they know that I was us...

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A bit hit and miss.....Jon Angell.

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admin_uk

Published on

18-06-2014

A bit hit and miss. Jon Angell. With the weather up and down and fish not knowing when to spawn the fishing has been a bit hit and miss lately. And most of the anglers on my syndicate are in the same boat. I’ve done a 2 night session in warm weather and not a breath of wind and blanked and then done a quick over night session in the rain and banked a lovely 25lb common. I’ve started to use a bit more partials now and changed over to the squid/liver boilie which I think is ...

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The Shakespeare Ugly Stik Tour Begins...

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mike-thrussell

Published on

16-06-2014

Arguably the most famous name in boat rod circles is the Shakespeare Ugly Stik. To celebrate the recent introduction of the new Ugly Stik GX2 range of boat rods, Shakespeare decided to undertake a UK tour with the rods. The format is to visit as many of our sponsored boats around the country as possible, and using the same rods, catch as many varied species on a wide range of techniques, just to prove the versatility of the GX2’s. Our start point was aboard Sea Otter 2 out o...