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  1. Local Waters Round Up 21/4/15

    The recent warm weather has certainly livened up the fishing, at Bullocks Farm the owner Phil says that the match lake is fishing well, the fish are well spread around the lake and most pegs are producing. Luncheon fished over a bed of pellets is producing carp, crucians and skimmers. If you fish with maggots or casters you will catch...
  2. Bristol Docks Evening Series

    Winter seems well and truly behind us now and spring is here, saw my first swallow of the year yesterday and a family of mallard ducklings, and the fishing has got a lot better, even the recent easterlies didn't put the fish off. Thursdays night match was fished at Redcliffe Wharf, the water was nicely coloured, good conditions for the...
  3. Bristol Docks Evening Match

    This weeks match was fished at Redcliffe Wharf, the pegs are to the left of the 'Ostrich', fishing into the main dock and the fishing was the best it has been for a very long time. The weather was very windy and the water was coloured, perfect conditions for the skimmers and bream to feed. Top weight was Merv Sivell...
  4. Bait Tech Festival, Whiteacres

    The first festival of the year is always something to always look forward to, the long hard winter is behind us and with longer, warmer days and good fishing ahead it is the start of summer for me. My rotation saw me on Pollawyn for the first day and I drew peg 22, not a favoured draw in my opinion...
  5. Nash 2015 FREE Dvd - Watch it here.

    The New Nash 2015 Free Dvd now available to watch here
  6. Bristol Docks Evening Series

    The warmer weather has really started to improve the fishing, this Thursdays evening match was the best for a long time. It was fished at Redcliffe Wharfe, there was a tinge of colour from the recent rain and a stiff breeze made the fishing a bit uncomfortable. Top rod on the night was Pete Sivell, again, with 10lb 5oz which...
  7. Gold Valley Midweek Open

    This was my first trip back to Gold after a two week break and how things have changed in that time, the first thing I noticed was how much more colour there was in the water and there was a lot more surface activity. For me March is a month of change, at the start you are fishing in winter...
  8. Shaun Hodges enjoys a great days fishing on the River Kennet

    BAC team member/Korum sponsored angler Shaun Hodges enjoyed a great days fishing on the Kennet yesterday, he managed to catch lots of Perch including a 2lber, 3lb6oz, 3lb8oz and a whopping 4lb4oz PB. He also braced a couple of Jack Pike which was good fun on light tackle. Lob worms and Chopped Dendrobaena worms were the chosen method. Shaun also...
  9. Sensas Challenge Final, River Soar Loughborough

    I always look forward to this weekend, its 4 days away with my Dorking team mates, we always have a good laugh, even if the fishing is not very good. This years practice days were a struggle, the first practice day on Thursday we fished on 'the greens' and I had a couple of pounds of roach on bloodworm and...
  10. Basingstoke Canal, Teams of Four

    Saturday was the fourth round of this league and the canal looked in great shape, for the first time this year it had colour in it and was flowing, all previous rounds had been still and clear and a lot of people struggled. I had my breakfast in McDonalds at Fleet and there were 3 other anglers in there and...

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