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We have had such a hit with our smocks we have decided to add the salopettes to the range🔥
Keep your eyes peeled for the release date calendar 🗓
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Deeper CHIRP+


If you are in the market for a Deeper CHIRP+, check out this video by

Total Carp Magazine

. ⬇️ Well worth a watch!

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Deeper Tips & Tricks


Did you know that in the Fish Deeper App you can view all the features of your lake, including Depths?!

Simply follow the below below steps;

1. Open the app

2. Move the screen to full map view

3. Zoom in on your location or lake – you can rotate the screen.

4. You can add and remove scans, mark, catches and places as you wish.  You do this by pressing the orange diamonds.

I like just having the Bathermetry on.

5. Zoom in and tap the screen on your spot you want to investigate.  It will tell you the depth.

This will certainly help you when you are on the bank next time.

Richard

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It’s not all about the carp here at Submerge Clothing


It’s not all about the carp here at Submerge Clothing, Phil Whiteheart showing just that with this fantastic winter roach.
Keeping warm in the winter is a must and our premium hoodies do just that ❄️🔥
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Beginners Guide To Carp Features


Beginners Guide To Carp Features

1. Overhanging Trees

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These are simple to find and more or less every lake has them.  You must bear in mind the possibility of fallen branches and other debris.  The first/best thing to do is just run a lead through the swim.  This will help you to determine which part is the best to fish.  I personally like to fish the gravel area under the trees, as this area has clearly been cleaned by the carp.  I also like to fish a very bright bait.  I feel that the carp are just moving through these areas looking for food.  A bright bait will take their interest and they (hopefully) will investigate it.  There is likely to be debris on the bottom and even the possibility of Zebra mussels (or something that) may cut the line.  It’s best to fish a heavy line 18lb and I like to fish a heavy hook.

2. Snags

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Firstly, you have to be very mindful of fishing snaggy areas and think of the carp’s safety.  If you are not confident and your setup is not up to the job, please don’t do it. These can be very productive spots, the carp feel safe and secure, and therefore will feed much more confidently

3. Bars

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They are brilliant spots, as they often use them as transit routes around the lake.  You’ll need to watch which side or even the top, they prefer to use.

4. Plateau

Can be very productive areas, as they can be like a dinner plate for the carp!

5. Deep holes

Deep holes often fill up with lots of natural food.  These can be natural or dug out by feeding carp.  Until you find one and take a look with your own eyes, you wouldn’t believe it’s possible.  It can resemble a crater on the moon.

6. Gaps between islands

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This is another very simple feature to find and carp just love these.  They have the potential to hold food and are generally used as patrol routes between different parts of the lake.  Carp (like humans) generally cut corners and the best corner to cut is the corner of an island.  Don’t forget the middle, as this is a very unfished part of the lake.  If the lake is very pressured by anglers, the fish will cut through the middle.  Bait wise – same as before.  They will generally be moving through the area and it won’t be a holding area.

7. Cover

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Not the same as snags, it’s an area where they feel is very safe and inaccessible by anglers, e.g. undercut bank, bridges

8. Margins

These are some of the most overlooked areas of a lake.  For some reason, these have become very overlooked areas.  You don’t need to have the ability to be able to cast at long range.  You would be amazed at the amount of time carp under your rod tips!

9. Bloodworm beds

Probably the best area of any lake.  You just have to work out, when the carp are feeding on a particular bed which are dotted around your lake.

10. Silt beds

Silt beds are my personal favorite these days.  My old favorite was snag fishing but the older and slower I get, I don’t feel confident that I’m giving a 100% towards the carp’s safety.  So, I put all my effort into these area’s, as they are the ones that hold the food – when you don’t have any weed beds.

11. Humps or indentations

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Nearly the same as deep holes, but not.  If you have an area that is pretty flat and covering a large area, a hump or indentation can make all the difference to hold food items.

12. Running water e.g. inlets

Carp absolutely love running water.  This is for a number of reasons, but simply because of the freshness of the water and oxygen levels

13. Weed beds

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These will be packed with food items and are one of the best areas on a lake to fish.

14. Out of bounds areas

Lots of lakes contain these now and placing bait in or around the exits of these areas can produce a bite.

15. No carp swims

If there is a swim that’s called ‘no carp’ etc. Go fish it.

16. Overlooked areas

If you walk around a lake, there will always be swims that just don’t get fished.  The overgrown swims etc, these are just perfect and always good to fish in the margins firstly.

I hope this helps you catch a lot more carp and a new personal best.

Until next time

Richard

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Trip 2 Feeder Fishing – 2020


With another opportunity to get out on the bank, the wife was able to do the home-schooling and the weather had also improved from constantly raining.

I headed out and after looking at 2 lakes, which had a few too many people on for my liking, I found one that was completely empty, but it would be hard going, I felt.

I decided that it would be a better option to put a float rod as well as my normal one.  I baited two spots along the dam wall and put the feeder rod off to my right and had the float just off to my left.  I had baited with a mixture of live and dead maggots, a few casters and a small handful of method ready pellets.  I was pretty much after anything that came along and picked up my bait!

I was just enjoying being on the bank for a few hours.  I may consider going after the carp on the School Lake at some point.  However, I’m quite enjoying going back to my roots, despite the hard going at the moment.

I switched from maggot, casters and Go2 8mm dumbells, in the hope something would fancy a nibble.  I had a couple of bites on single maggots from tiny fish that my size 18 didn’t hook and I retrieved a half sucked maggot, for my efforts.

My Irbis suit was doing its job perfectly.

I was planning on staying until 3pm and head home to help sort out tea and play yet more Minecraft with the kids.

Not bad for a beginner, but it could be time to get back on the bank soon before I build a whole container port!

My trip for this week was soon over, however being outside for those few hours certainly helps the mind.

Until next time

Stay safe

Richard

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Amazing Deeper winter deals are still on


Amazing Deeper winter deals are still on.⛄ Don’t miss out on the opportunity to enjoy discounts of up to £35 off!
 
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Perfect Pineapple


🍍Perfect Pineapple🍍
Over Winter fruit based baits come to the fore and one of our proven catchers is the Pineapple and N-Butyric Acid Wafter. Fished as a single or over a small, accurate bed of bait, it’s neutral buoyancy can help to fool the craftiest of carp. #Spottedfin #carp #wafter #pineapple #butyric #peche
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New selection of beanies


Got myself a nice new selection of beanies 👀
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My first carp fishing video


My first carp fishing video, also in the winter of 2012/2013

This was filmed on and small interment syndicate located at the back of some woods and was increbbles  peaceful.

Richard 

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