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Lee Reservoir Angling Services........Terry Jackson

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29-03-2013

Two of my closest angling buddies from County Cork have recently opened a guided angling business in the area. Their natural ability to locate and tempt specimen and record fish is second to none, and one of the main reasons that I have so much angling success and fond memories whenever I travel to that part of the world. These guys are Sidney Kennedy and Ross Macklin. Their chosen venue for this new venture is the Lee Reservoir system. It has been one of Ireland’s...

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Hitting on the Huss

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mike-thrussell

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26-03-2013

It is around the middle to late March I start targeting huss on my home ground in North Wales. These fish start to move back in numbers on to the deep water rock marks and, along with early plaice, herald the arrival of spring. My tactics are pretty simple. I aim to fish a tide with low water falling around dusk or in to dark. I tend to favour the smaller neap tides on the marks I fish as fast tide runs induced by the bigger tides tends to push the fish in to sheltered bay...

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Chris vs Cormorant......Chris Rafferty

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26-03-2013

Finally back down the lake after a busy month working every hour god sends. Just another quick day session as I’m working this evening. Come down with my good friend and fishing partner Dazz, hopefully to snare a carp or two! Chose to fish the point this session as it controls a fairly large amount of the lake. I’m fishing towards the far margin at about 50 yards to a small clear gravel area. I’ve got a KD rig presented snowman style with tuna spice and a pineapple fever pop ...

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Flamer IV Flatty League. Weymouth

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26-03-2013

Flamer IV Flatty League. Weymouth Steve Perkins from Southampton caught the best Turbot and Plaice in the first match of the year.The Turbot weighed 8lb and the Plaice 4lb. Steve was using a 12Ib class Shakespeare Ugly Stick and the successful bait for the Turbot was a strip of Ammo mackerel and for the Plaice ragworm with a strip of Ammo squid.

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24hrs on a day ticket water.....Bruce Goddard

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26-03-2013

I had decided to have a break from my syndicate water and pay a visit to my local day ticket water as I’ve took a few fish out of there over the winter, I arrived at the lake at 7.30 Saturday morning to find there was already 3 other anglers on and I decided to walk round and see if they’d had any luck and was pleased to hear one of them had 2 fish that morning which meant they was on the feed and I also found out they was off at midday. Now this venue you have to book swims ...

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Squid Liver delivers again....Craig Soames

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26-03-2013

After spending the day at the British carp and angling show in a cold and wet Norwich and meeting Stewart Downing working hard on one of the stands, I was determined to get out on the bank for the first time this year, as my favourite lake had re-opened the gates after being closed for three months and the weather man saying it’s not going to snow for once, Harry and me decided to have a day out on the bank, we arrived at the lake early Sunday morning, had a quick look around...

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Red crustacean.........Ashley Broughton

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26-03-2013

Back on the difficult northern water last weekend in the pouring rain and snow flurries. Arrived straight after work hoping to snatch a quick bite. Arrived around 5 pm straight after work with all my gear that I had prepared the night before. Knowing that daylight wouldn’t be on my side I had all 3 rods set up to a silty spot I found the previous week at around 90 yards range in 8 foot of water just at the tip of an overhanging tree. I quickly baited the 3 rods with half...

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Short Session Success!........Martyn Davies

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26-03-2013

After some recent short session success, I was very keen to get back out onto the bank. So having booked the Friday off work, a trip to the local estate lake was on the cards. Conditions looked slightly more favourable, after a cold snap earlier in the week. The temperature had risen a few degrees, however the south westerly winds were well and truly blowing a gale, so I decided to settle into a swim that had produced on previous visits, under similar circumstances. I woul...

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The No-Knott Rig.......Kevin Burgess

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26-03-2013

Now before we start I would love to say this is a rig that I came up with but sadly I can’t take the fame for this highly effective rig. This rig was shown to me middle of last year by a friend and I will admit the first time I see it tied I was not too sure but moments later I see this guy have a take and land a fish on this very rig he had just shown me. What sold it to me was firstly how good the hook hold was, the hook sat back nicely in the mouth with no damage at all. N...

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Andy Dade Intro.....

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admin_uk

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26-03-2013

This is my first blog for Berkley gulp carp army because of work and I have done it on the rig I am currently using at this minute in time. This rig I am using is a fluorocarbon rig I had my new pb on this witch was popeye at 34lb 8oz, what made me do this rig is because everyone on the lake is using rigs with snowman’s on them, knotless knots and blow back rigs etc. It had been about a mouth from when a fish had come out of the lake and started wondering if changing my rig w...