The Champ at Champs Farm
Rod gets reality!
Rod gets serious about feeding and divulges info to help nick the odd fish. And other swag.
Find the patrol routes to unlock better catches.
A slightly tongue in cheek title for one from Bill's other half
Exactly when fish move is important!
End of season can bring the big barbel out.
Featureless drains can turn up good fish
Rod tells how to get stalking
When chubbing, you are never too old to learn..
However good an angler you may be, you cannot catch fish that do not exist.
Big silver dace
Tench are not just a summer fish. How to catch 'em in winter
How do those top match anglers continue to catch even in really cold conditions? Bill explains how and why.
The fish are in early on the Skerries
Set aside all preconceived ideas as Rod (with the help of Duncan Kay) explains how to catch carp when they are not feeding.
How and where to fish on the River Aire
Winter river baits
Peterborough is long way from Martin's home Lancashire waters, but he still manages to pull a rabbit out of the hat
Fish those overgrown backwaters to get your best chance of some serious winter sport.
Dr Paul explains why trotting for grayling (my favourite method) is not necessarily the best way of fishing for them. Damn him!
Ken's French carp water series continues with sounders, watercraft, baiting and weather advice
Rod explains how he continues to catch carp in those freezing conditions.
Bill gets the basics of pike fishing written down.
The Doc points out that artificial hotspots can also be productive
Alan starts his winter sessions on the Kennet for perch
Think back to the heady days of summer. Chris continues in his quest for monster carp.
How to get your casting really accurate.
Martin explains how he approaches chubbing on small streams.
John looks back to some icy days
What it says on the tin!
Shads and pirk time
Superbraid shock horror!
Big fish are showing on the lake..
So, how smart are these creatures then?
Chris tries a different approach from the norm for the toothy gnashers.
The second part of the Doc's leger lecture
Ledgering in rivers is a matter of balance
Chris finds a new water with the potential to produce huge fish
This float is Bill's first choice on many rivers. Here's why.
Casting for the stripey ones
Weather tips from the Doc
French carp lakes come in various guises..
Rod tries a new water and is presented with a problem...
Better ways of doing things with bolt rigs.
John's still flying after that 28!