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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Why I Quit Fishing and also Filming? I wish you appreciated …

Why I Quit Fishing and also Filming? I wish you appreciated the vlog no matter of the absence of bass landed. Many thanks for enjoying … Keep angling, never ever quit! Computer system– http://amzn.to/295J31n Editing and enhancing software program– http://amzn.to/28SzPIW I wish you delighted in the vlog no matter of the absence of bass landed. […]

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AMAZING Net Fishing – Net Fishing making use of the Pit at S…

AMAZING Net Fishing – Net Fishing making use of the Pit at Siem Reap – Cambodia Traditional Fishing # 14. AMAZING Fishing With[/embed] Bottle Container Rive r- Fishing angling Siem Reap Province District Cambodia Traditional FishingAngling cambodia angling scenic tour, . cambodia angling 2016,. cambodia angling tonlesap,. angling snakehead in cambodia,. angling video clips in […]

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SNOOK, TARPON & & REDFISH Rig It

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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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Angling is now allowed – and British venues begin to reopen

LOCKDOWN measures have been modified – and it was the positive news so many have been waiting for. In England only, Wednesday, May 13 signalled the start of people being  allowed to take unlimited exercise outdoors. People in England can now enjoy parks and public spaces without having to exercise. Angling got the green light, […]

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Record crucian carp charge on pause due to virus

WHEN the lockdown rules are relaxed in the UK, could the crucian record be the first one to be beaten? Scott Poulter displays his 4 lb 3 oz crucian from Johnsons Lake. Scott Poulter bagged this giant 4 lb 3 oz crucian carp from Johnsons Lake just before the country went into lockdown mode, and […]

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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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Britain’s No.1 barbel hotspot to be destroyed

ONE of the very best fishing spots will be lost to anglers after the controlling club accepted defeat in their long legal battle. The view from the main fishing swim at Cromwell Weir. Iconic peg 1A at Cromwell Weir, on the Collingham AA stretch of the River Trent in Nottinghamshire, is one of the best […]

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Your pollution evidence could help improve state of UK rivers

ANGLERS are being encouraged to help stop raw sewage entering rivers by filming any spills that they see when out on the bank. This outfall pipe is just one scrap of pollution evidence – it’s out there and a passionate angler is pulling in evidence. You can help him. Underwater filmmaker and keen angler Mark […]

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