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It’s a sure sign of autumn when witnessing those once green leaves, now “brown” falling from the trees after losing their right to be there due to the drop in air temperature, which is ready to drop more, making this a tricky time for anglers and their fishing. It’s long been highlighted that this season brings complications, what with water temperatures and feeding patterns of fish changing. .  A combination of factors recognised for causing difficulties is, primarily, leaves. Stray leaves from the fall cause havoc, encouraging the rise in pH levels in the water, which can put feeding on hold for weeks...

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A cool crisp November morning the trees lining the river swaying in a gentle early morning breeze shedding a few leaves with every sharp gust. This time of year the countryside is awash with all its autumnal shades of browns and yellow ochre’s mottled in-between are the vibrant greens of those evergreens thriving in the early morning sun. Autumn is truly one of the special seasons for fishing and as the bankside loses it colour so my mind turns to Pike and as we will see in this blog, Roach on the stick float  Set up for the day was my...

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After a great start to the summers fishing this year with the capture of a new personal best common, I decided to concentrate my efforts once more back on the much loved 40 acre Cheshire mere, a venue that I had become very fond of other the last few seasons.                                           Despite capturing a number of the lakes lovely carp over the years there where still a few that I really wanted to catch including at least 5 known 30lb carp,...

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With the first half of 2018 somewhat busy, my angling had taken something of a back seat for the first 5 or 6 months. With just a couple of odd days fishing in May and June I had been lucky enough to bag a few nice fish to over 25lb on the few short trips I had done. It wasn't until early July that I managed to get out and do some proper fishing and with the warm summer weather with us it was time to start hunting for something a little bigger. A chance conversation with a good friend suddenly found me...

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Spring’s a time when fish emerge from their winter dormant state to go foraging for food, and anglers start their pre baiting campaigns and priming spots for the season ahead. Today anglers opt more for the particle option for their baiting strategies because it’s cheaper, thus in return gets a generous amount of feed out but without the massive cost of boilie only approach while able to incorporate nuts for hook bait options, Purchasing Your Components With so many bait companies spread across the UK and Europe offering a wide range of products, along with a vast mix of bait...

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