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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Fish Legal Acts Over Acid Spill Fish Kill

http://www.flyfishing.co.uk/fly-fishing-news/344945-fish-legal-acts-over-acid-spill-fish-kill.html New post uploaded on Flyfishing.co.uk: Fish Legal Acts Over Acid Spill Fish Kill

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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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How to Make a Bamboo Fly Rod

I had the chance to write a story about building bamboo fly rods, for a website based out of New Zealand. I’ve been building rods for a few years now, and it was fun to share the process of building cane rods. You can read the story in its entirety here. The post How to […]

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Tackle shops reopen and river season starts at angling’s ‘new normal’ marches on

TACKLE shops across the country have just reopened, and the river season has begun… putting angling fully into its ‘new normal’. Tackle shops open – after weeks of waiting, customers can go into tackle shops again. Most tackle shops put measures in place to be able to re-open their doors to customers on June 15. […]

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Near record zander finally revealed – and here it is!

WE might be a whole lot nearer the new river fishing season than the last one but check this out… Billy’s freak catch could become the next British record zander. This immense, potential British record zander was caught just before the river season ended back in mid-March. The captor couldn’t count it as a fair […]

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Endangered eels are surging back

ENDANGERED eels look set for much better years ahead, after a bumper crop of ‘babies’ was spotted. Elvers are returning in the best numbers than for many years. Andrew Kerr, chairman of the Sustainable Eel Group, has found huge numbers of elvers in the mighty River Severn catchment system. Elvers – also called glass eels […]

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Neolithic chewing gum helps recreate image of ancient Dane

Analysis of birch tar describes a female hunter-gatherer with dark skin and blue eyes At the dawn of the Neolithic era, a young woman discarded a lump of ancient chewing gum made from birch tar into a shallow, brackish lagoon that drew fishers to the coast of southern Denmark. Nearly 6,000 years later, researchers excavating […]

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Review: Rapala RCD Retractable Line Scissors

The Rapala RCD Retractable Line Scissors come under the beady eye of Angler’s Mail tackle editor Richard Howard. He’s the No.1 products inspector, checking out loads of quality kit every week. Description: ‘safe’ scissors for lure anglers. Specifications: sharp, stainless steel blades; built-in carabiner. My verdict: a handy accessory for roving lure anglers, these scissors […]

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Tackle great behind John Wilson’s rod dies

THE tackle manufacturer responsible for developing one of the best-selling rods of all time has passed away, aged 69. Dick Tallents was the trade man behind the famous John Wilson rod, and many other big-selling fishing products. Dick Tallents owned Masterline Tackle, the producer of iconic John Wilson rod, the Avon Quiver rod. It sold […]

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