Carp Fishing

Bristol Angling Centre's Carp Fishing Blog

  1. The revolutionary electric hook sharpener from Nash Tackle - Nash Pinpoint Hook Doctor

    The all-new Nash Pinpoint Hook Doctor taken hook sharpening to the next level, this electric re-chargeable device enables you to sharpen hooks quicker and more efficiently than ever! So how does it work? The electric hook sharpener has a circular diamond stone which is turnt by an internal motor, the device has a lithium rechargeable battery which can be recharged...
  2. Spring Carp Fishing

    Spring has got to be one of the best times of the year to be out on the bank carp fishing. The long dark days of winter are behind us and each day the hours of daylight increases rapidly and the carp are starting to wake up from their winter hibernation. This is the time of the year, when the...
  3. How to sharpen hooks correctly - Pinpoint owner Marc Voosen talks you through it.

    PinPoint owner Marc Voosen talks you through how to correctly sharpen hooks, this video will talk you through pretty much everything you need to know about How To sharpen hooks. How do i clamp the hook correctly in the vice? How many strokes of the file do i give each side? How much pressure do i apply? How do i test to...
  4. EuroBanx 4 ft Alan Blair and Oli Davies

    Euro Banx 4 certainly lived up to it's expectations, Alan Blair and Oli Davies go on a mission around Europe. Firstly visiting Belgium where they visited the awesome Monkey Climber Syndicate, then onto a open access public water in Denmark where Alan went on a Choddy attack. They then moved onto Sweden and with an eventful ferry ride and Alan getting...
  5. How To Splice Leadcore / Lead-Free Leader Materials By Liam Hodges

    This weeks top tip from me is going to be how to splice a Lead-Free leader. The components you need for splicing are a Leadcore/Lead-Free leader of your choice, the one I'm using today is Submerge from Fox, you also need a nice sharp pair of scissors and a Splicing Needle. You can cut the leader to whatever length you...
  6. Stalking Carp With Freelining Tactics In The Winter By Dan Shipp

    I'm going to quickly talk to you about one of my favourite ways of catching carp, and that's being able to watch them in the edge and stalk them. I've found that particularly on smaller shallower lakes, it doesn't take a lot for the water to warm up and when it does those fish will actively be searching out the...
  7. Special Tiger Nut Hookbaits By Mike Jones

    This is my next top tip; how to enhance your Tiger Nut hookbaits. Firstly, I take my ready prepared Tiger Nuts into my empty pot and fill it about halfway. Next I take some full fat Coco-cola, tip a little bit of that in. Next, a tin of Red Bull and add the same amount of that as well, just...
  8. Tying A Solid PVA Bag By Liam Hodges

    This is my top tip for all year round fishing, it's solid PVA Bag fishing, it's perfect for chucking at showing fish and for your general day ticket waters. To make the solid PVA bag I use the Fox Rapide Loading System and what I put in the bag is a mixed pellet, this is the Mighty Mix Pellet; a...
  9. The "D Rig" by Dan Jefferies

    Today i'm going to talk you through my favourite rig, i've used it for a number of years now, i think it's caught me a lot of extra fish and that is the D Rig. Right, so start from the bait, I attach the bait using a Micro Ring Swivel which is sliding on the back of the hook on...
  10. Boosting Hookbaits by Jordan Dicks

    My top tip this winter is boosting your hookbaits, here's how I do it. Ok, so first off I'll take my chosen hookbaits, in this instance it's the Citruz Wafters. I'll then take two empty pop up tubs, and i'll empty the tub of Citruz Wafters equally between the two. Ok, so once you've spread your pop-ups equally between the...

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