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Will Raison  |  Sep 03, 2021  |  0 comments

Will Raison reveals his go-to F1 feeder tactics when a venue is affected by a heavy wind and strong tow.

Des Shipp  |  Sep 02, 2021  |  0 comments

England international Des Shipp takes us back to Ivy House Lakes to show us some of the tactics he used to win a four-day festival at the venue.

Rob Perkins  |  Sep 02, 2021  |  0 comments

Dynamite Baits’ Rob Perkins talks through the unpredictability of early season fishing.

Des Shipp  |  Sep 02, 2021  |  0 comments

Des Shipp reveals how he fills the time on commercial fisheries when the carp simply refuse to feed!

Will Raison  |  Sep 02, 2021  |  0 comments

Will Raison has the recipe to catch big skimmers when small fish dominate match weights at Barston Lakes.

Match Fishing Staff  |  Sep 02, 2021  |  0 comments

Maver’s Ben Sharp is our guide to the dark arts of dobbing and chasing!

 

Alan Scotthorne  |  Sep 02, 2021  |  0 comments

Five-time world champion Alan Scotthorne fine-tunes his feeding and methods in preparation for Lindholme’s Feeder & Bomb league.

Dan Webb, John Whincup  |  Sep 02, 2021  |  0 comments

To kick-start our guide to Decoy Lakes, Dan Webb asks serial big-money winner Jon Whincup to give us the lowdown on the five strip lakes.

Match Fishing Staff  |  Nov 01, 2018  |  0 comments
Lee Thornton reveals a margin approach for the modern era. Margin fishing is in a period of transition, and in this feature we are looking at modifying the way we feed and fish existing baits on commercials down the margins, to try and give you the winning edge. Groundbait and micro pellets are probably the most used baits down the edge, but fish have wised up to these tactics, making methods that used to work far less effective. This in my opinion is down to two reasons: one, the fish get used to being caught in a certain way and are conditioned to behave differently to avoid getting caught, and two, once every angler fishes in a similar way, any key defining edge is taken away, making the draw more important than before.
Joe Carass  |  Nov 01, 2018  |  0 comments

Joe Carass gets the whisk out to give the new sweet mix from Ringers a try!

 |  Oct 15, 2018  |  0 comments
Commercial master Andy Bennett reveals the lessons he has learnt to bag up using the pellet waggler. Refining the pellet waggler is the key to continued success with this popular approach. Just like any attack, the anglers who perfect it and make it their own will be incredibly hard to beat. One angler who springs immediately to mind is Andy Power; he has years of experience on the method and just keeps on catching with it.
Match Fishing Staff  |  May 16, 2018  |  0 comments
Chris Cameron thinks simple is best in the hunt for match-winning nets of F1s! There is an abundance of theories on the pursuit of our commercial F1s, and this is of course inevitable as they are so widespread and there will always need to be an evolution of tactics to stay ahead of the game. There is a vast complexity to how you approach F1 fishing and there are the obvious forerunners to the tactical parade, but it’s not always relevant as a universal blueprint to success as the variables are vast – water temperature, target weights and the specifics of any chosen venue, to list just a few. It’s the latter of these that Middy’s Chris Cameron will offer a bit more scrutiny to and an insight into his experiences at the popular Manor Farm Leisure in Worcestershire. The normal perceived approach to F1s is to get busy, and that’s REALLY get busy in respect of how many lines you will be planning to move between in any particular match to stay in touch with what most of the time can be a finicky species.

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