Fishing TV – Hints & Tips – 4


Fishing TV

Hints and Tips

Improve your coarse and match techniques with a selection of great hints and tips from the pros

 

Alan Scotthorne talks about pole, elastics, connectors, floats, rigs and some interesting shotting patterns when it comes to fishing with bloodworm and joker.
Duncan Charman shows you how to get your micro pellets next to your hook bait using a pellet cone – making for better presentation.

 

Mark Barrett discusses the gear you will need to make the most of your pike sessions.
Duncan Charman is a huge fan of the stainless bank range from Steve Neville.
Big fish ace Steve Collett walks the banks of his beloved River Severn and discusses where he would expect to find barbel holding up.
Top match angler Steve Sanders is on Trelawney Lake at festival Mecca White Acres.
Bob James shows how he goes about selecting a swim to target specimen stillwater tench using a marker rod.
Tommy Pickering runs through his tips for pole-fishing set-ups on commercials as he recants how he won a big match from an unfancied peg on Twin Oaks Lake at White Acres Fishery.
Dean Brook catches loads of big chub on lures and here he runs through some of his favourite patterns and makes when lure fishing for chub.
Predator ace Mark Barrett passes on some vital bait enhancing tips that can make the difference between a pike or zander taking your bait, or turning away at the last second.
Duncan Charman claims that the humble prawn is much under used and can provide a successful alternative bait for a variety of species.
Corn, tiger nuts, mixers and even plastic maggots all find a place in Des Taylor’s magic ‘Pot of Plastic’.
Big fish expert Darran Goulder explains his multi rod inline maggot feeder approach for targeting gravel pit tench as they wake up from their winter slumbers.
Duncan Charman shows he goes about ensuring he’s got plenty of fresh worms for his big fish sessions – without having to buy them.
Top pike angler Mark Barrett shows how he sets up the float leger rig he uses for 90% of his for predator fishing.
The England international shows how he put together a big weight in a prestigious open match.
Top piker Mark Barrett with a step-by-step guide on how to make your own two hook wire trace.
Top big fish all rounder Darran Goulder reveals some great tricks for catching big barbel in coloured water.
Darran Goulder passes on advice for targeting specimen running water roach in winter.

 

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About richardhandel

I would like to give a brief snap shot of my life and introduce myself; My name is Richard Handel and was born in 1965 in Suffolk. I have worked as a UK Operation & Intermodule Manager for a shipping company. I live in Hampshire now and am married with 2 young children, both girls so I am a bit outnumbered even the cat is a girl! I have been fishing since I was about 7 years old. I started on small local rivers in Suffolk, then moved onto gravel pits and then carp fishing. My personal best is a 39.08 mirror, over recent years I have started river fishing again, on the Hampshire Avon, this is a nice break from the carp lakes. My life has turned a big corner this year, the company I was working for relocated their Operation centre to Estonia. I was offered a job at the head office in London. This would have meant a 5 day commute and working in Stratford. As a family, we did not fancy this, as I would hardly spend any time with the children (and the Mrs). So after 22.5 years, I was given a nice redundancy package and with my wife is working full time. I became the house husband. This has meant a complete turn around in my fishing, as I can pick and choose when I go. I have found a splendid new syndicate to fish this year, which includes 5 lakes and some 8 miles of river with only 150 members. It's an amazing change to the way I am able to fish. I am now trying to start my own tackle business and make a bit of a name for myself in the world of fishing, as I have retired from real work. Richard
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