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Its safe to say its been a wet and windy passed week or two with winds in excess of 50mph and a months worth of rain dropping in one day at times its all our local rivers carrying some excess water and colour. This can be a blessing and a curse for some rivers, some go into flood and the fishing can be hit hard while on other larger and slower rivers the extra water can add that much needed colour and pace and the fish really come on too the feed. Picking the correct venue for the conditions is...

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The start of the new river season arrived and with it came record levels of rain that saw all the rivers swollen with brown floodwater and in some cases, the rivers broke their banks. Conditions that would call for heavy leads, strong rods, and smelly baits.   I had my heart set on float fishing for barbell this year so it meant a long wait for the river to be in the right condition for me to target these species.  A few days ago that opportunity arose and I made my way to the middle Severn hoping to cross paths...

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We are now opening our doors once again, this opportunity doesn't arise very often, but when it does, we look to build, create and enhance our already strong and powerful team of consultants, to build, create awareness, and push us forward to the future.Quality is of the essence here, not quantity.Often, many other outfits in the same fraternity, flood they're team with anglers, so not the case here, where our consultants match our ethos of quality throughout, with experience and angling quality such as our product range consists.This role carries a monthly allowance of free bait, with no obligation to...

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I left you at the end of my last blog around the end of March and with the weather improving slightly in April I felt it was at last time to venture out onto my favoured Cheshire Mere for the last couple of weeks if the season before its annual shutdown.Unfortunately, I got side tracked by my good friend Tony for a week or so with a couple of single overnight social trips to another venue and even though we managed a couple of fish I just had to get back on the Mere ASAP!Time was ticking away quickly and...

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While we were all tooked up at home with the heating on full blast yesterday, avoiding the lashing rain and high winds, that man Danny Bellfield never ceases to grab an opportunity and get out on the bank in search of fish. Up at 3.30am with nearly a two hour round trip drive, along with a twenty minute bank walk to his desired peg along the river Ribble, you would say, the man is not in his right mind, but this is what Danny does week in week out and what sets him apart from others.Finding the conditions challenging to say the...

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