How to Tie an Apple Green Caddis Emerger

Matt from Savage Flies shows the steps for an Apple Green Caddis Emerger, a pattern that is popular among anglers fishing Great Smoky Mountains National Park (and other places, of course). “Another fly pattern popular the Great Smoky Mountains, the Apple Green Caddis Emerger is an excellent spring pattern to try whenever the green caddis […]

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Bread lure pointers for coldwater carp success WITHOUT uncer…

Bread lure pointers for coldwater carp success WITHOUT uncertainty one of the most effective lures for industrial carp throughout the winter season months is bread. Hook dimension as well as weight is vital when you desire to stand out the lure off base as well as typically a dimension 18 or 16 PR27 once more […]

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Kayak angling for plaice on the Skerries

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Wales Troutmasters records for week-ending February 26th, 20…

http://www.gofishing.co.uk/trout-and-salmon/Section/News–Catches/Catch-Reports/Wales-Troutmasters-reports-for-week-ending-February-26th-2016/ Cwm Hedd Lakes, GwentAlthough the gusty as well as damp weekend break really did not attract several fishermens out, there was some wonderful angling to be had for those that took on the problems. Chris Wady as well as Steve Parsons each brought 7 rainbows to the financial institution, …

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Angling Tackle Box Necessities Angling is no various. Your d…

Angling Tackle Box Necessities Angling is no various. Your deal with box holds your “bag of methods” for angling. And also a well ready take on box can make all the distinction throughout an angling journey. If you have actually simply begun angling, your take on box will certainly look extremely various from the deal […]

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Covid-19 prevents help after new angling venue’s fish kill

A FISHERY boss has been left to resolve a major fish death himself after the Environment Agency refused to visit due to coronavirus. Some of the dead fish at Dyehouse Ponds. Distraught Robert Rogerson was hoping to open his new Dyehouse Ponds, near Bradford, West Yorkshire, at the start of April. The Covid-19 pandemic and […]

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Best barbel fishing peg saved from concrete extinction

HERE’s a bit of good news for anglers amidst the coronavirus lockdown…. Cromwell Weir is famous for probably the best barbel fishing in the country. Britain’s best barbel fishing peg looks as if it will be saved from being buried under concrete. As we revealed before lockdown, iconic peg 1A at Cromwell Weir was set […]

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Javier Bardem: the Antarctic’s penguins need us

(CNN)I have a picture in my head. It’s impossible to fully convey, but it is a part of me. Twenty years later, this image now exists only in my head and in my heart. You’re probably reading this on your phone. Or maybe your computer screen. The world around you is frozen. The light of […]

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Have you ever caught one of these?

HAVE you ever caught one of these, or any other rarely-caught coarse species? The fish held by Jordan Grant is a bullhead, also known quaintly as a miller’s thumb. Jordan’s surprise came on Derbyshire’s River Erewash at Pinxton, just before the end of the rivers season. Of course, fishing everywhere is currently not possible due […]

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Barbel novice bags one of biggest Severn beards ever

MIKE CASH decided to swap his carp rods and go for his first-ever river trip and was rewarded with this amazing big barbel. Mike Cash displays his impressive River Severn barbel. River Severn barbel don’t come much more impressive that Mike’s 14 lb 8 oz specimen. The engineering manager had just banked a PB carp […]

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