Exclusive feeder champs reports from Match Fishing's on-the-bank correspondents.
Slow start to the second day as England change groundbait tactics and aim for top spot.
With hour one well underway on day two of the World Feeder Champs, sport is slow with just the odd carassion and small fish being caught.
Team captain Tommy Pickering was quick to acknowledge that yesterday England was off the pace where groundbait was concerned so has revised the team mix for today relying on what looks to be a yellow, sweet mix more in-keeping with what the Dutch team used to finish top on day one.
Steve Ringer who has a shout at individual glory today has drawn in peg A7 which gave Russian Igor Mitrokhin a tough time yesterday as he finished twelfth with just 1.339kg.
There’s also been a reshuiffle in B section after two Russians were drawn next to each other on A16 and B1 resulting in Tommy having to move from Peg B9 to B1.