Monthly Archives: June 2022

Few night’s Out


I’m back out for a few night’s on my syndicate water. Richard

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Observation Is The key To Success


Is observation the paramount key to success in carp fishing?  I believe it is as it encompasses so many key factors. I even feel that with the best bait in the world, you can still fail to catch unless you … Continue reading

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Bait vs Tackle???


I have noticed over the years, that for some reason (or other) anglers will spend thousands of pounds on fishing tackle and then only a few quid on bait.  Why I don’t know.  As all of this expensive kit is … Continue reading

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So this scan


So this scan is the perfect example of how differentiating lakebeds are represented and displayed using the settings Mid-angle Beam , Raw Sonar Display and Day Colour Palette . Using these common settings when carp fishing can help you determine … Continue reading

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Watch this video


Watch this video to know how to use your Deeper sonar more effectively and apply this knowledge to your fishing style to catch more fish. youtu.be/6cKDjkDsCSE YOUTUBE.COM Everything You Need to Know About How Sonars Work Watch this video to … Continue reading

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Storm Bivvy


Storm Bivvy Summary This is the brand new version of the Typhoon Storm bivvy.  Now with a full zip-off front infill panel. Description The brand new Storm, now with a full zip-off front infill panel. From the Cyprinus Typhoon range, … Continue reading

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 Spring Tip.


Spring Tip. With the temperatures on the rise the Carp will almost certainly follow suit and rise up through those water columns to seek the warmest water. So time to up your Zig Fishing game! Using your Sonar to find … Continue reading

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#teamfin member Justin Grassi


#teamfin member Justin Grassi with a 30+ common from his first trip of the year to Bluebell Lakes. Justin told us ‘I decided to fish kingfisher. With the weather conditions of recent, the lake hadn’t been fishing that well though … Continue reading

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#teamfin member Pieter Johnson


#teamfin member Pieter Johnson has just returned from Puyravaud French Carp Fishing Lakes having had 4 x 50lb+ carp amongst others. Every fish was caught on Pink Pepper squid Wafter and dad Jacob Johnson also managed to get the lake … Continue reading

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Looking for something bigger.


Looking for something bigger.. After a few requests from big carp and catfish hunters in our teams, we have produced a special batch of 22mm cork wafters, with a real strong fishy aroma, a blend of salmon and tuna to … Continue reading

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