Rigging a Dry-Dropper for Beginners

This piece from Grant Michaels is a good starter piece for anglers who are new to the sport, or to anglers who haven’t fished the dry-dropper rig before. Give it a read here. The post Rigging a Dry-Dropper for Beginners appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Kayak angling document cod

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One the otters saved

http://www.gofishing.co.uk/Angling-Times/Section/News–Catches/General-News/One-the-otters-spared/ Kyle Woodgate’s choice to target a low-stock place which had actually been struck by otters was proven when he slid the web under this 28lb 2oz zip linear from the Cotswold Water Park.In solid winds and also motoring rainfall the neighborhood pole …

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Supermarket meat baits that fish really love!

WONDERING what baits to try next? Trying to keep your bait bills low? Make more effort to explore the aisles in your local supermarket… Meat fishing baits come in all shapes and sizes… including good old balls! There are countless shelves stacked with convenient products that work superbly, and there are meat baits galore! Some […]

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Carp guide shows the way with two amazing hits of big fish at two venues

ONE of the UK’s leading carp anglers has been in unstoppable form lately. Tom Maker displays his 52 lb 4 oz mirror carp at The Avenue. Carp guide Tom Maker, who has fished for the England team, hauled huge carp at an incredible rate at two venues. Tom kicked off at Shropshire’s The Avenue, run […]

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NHS to benefit from Social Distancing Carp Cup

ANGLERS all over the country have been doing their bit to support the hard-working NHS staff during the Covid-19 crisis – and there’s a special event for carp fans. Mike Salisbury created the Social Distancing Carp Cup. Angler’s Mail columnist Mike Salisbury has devised an NHS Fundraiser in the form of the Social Distancing Carp […]

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Environment Agency fisheries work halted in coronavirus crisis

THE Environment Agency have confirmed fisheries staff are not working as normal – but will come out to real emergencies. Funded by rod licence money, anglers are keen to see as much EA fisheries support and enforcement work carrying on, safely. But the Covid-19 outbreak has caused real challenges for EA fisheries staff. The Great […]

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Review: Kodex Thorex Air Dry Bag

The Kodex Thorex Air Dry Bag comes under the beady eye of Angler’s Mail tackle editor Richard Howard. He’s the No.1 product inspector, checking out loads of quality kit every week. Description: mesh bag for air drying. Specifications: Thorex super-soft mesh; zip top; reinforced handles; 6 kg capacity; comes with a mini hook baits bag. […]

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Have you seen any of these?

SEEN any of these rare and protected fish? If so, or if you want to start looking for them, you could become a ‘citizen scientist’ and get involved in a special project. Seen any shad? Volunteers are needed to spot endangered twaite shad on the mighty River Severn via video footage. It is being undertaken […]

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Big perch after 13 blanks in one day!

KARL BIRD smashed his perch PB with this 3 lb1 oz stripy, after travelling to lots of venues. The 36-year-old Sleaford, Linconshire, angler told Angler’s Mail: “I was supposed to be fishing at Farmoor, in Oxfordshire, for the weekend, but storms put paid to that. “Plan B was to fish the River Thames, but it […]

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