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When buying any new item of tackle it always helps to know all you can about the product, and similar products so you can weigh up all the options and make the best decision.
With such a wide range of manufacturers and price brackets, particularly for items such as rods, reels and bivvies it can be hard to know the best product for your fishing needs.
The articles in this section aim to help you decide on the best bite alarm, rod, weigh sling, bivvy, and many more items to buy in the future.
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Carp fishing is arguably the most popular type of fishing in the UK, which can be split into many different forms. Mainly these fall into specimen fishing, match fishing, and pleasure fishing.
With such a variety of locations now holding carp, including lakes, gravel pits, reservoirs and rivers, another reason for their popularity is the ease at which you can find a venue to fish for these hard fighting fish.
The articles contained in this section aim to cover a wide variety of fishing situations, and to improve the catch rate for both anglers that are fishing for carp for the first time, as well as seasoned specimen hunters.
Recent carp fishing articles
There are many different ways to fish for pike, all of which are successful at the right times of year and in the right conditions.
From deadbaiting and trolling, to lure fishing and even fly fishing for pike, there are many different methods covered in these articles.
As well as how to catch pike, there are also articles on how to care for the fish and what to carry to ensure the fish is returned safely.
The articles contained in this section aim to cover a wide variety of situations you may encounter when fishing for pike, and to improve the catch rate for both anglers that are targetting the species for the first time, as well as seasoned specimen hunters.
Recent pike fishing articles
With such a diverse range of possiblities for fly types and tackle choice, it isn't always clear how to match the most effective method to the conditions you face on each fishing trip.
The articles contained in this section aim to cover a wide variety of situations you may encounter when fly fishing, and to improve the catch rate for both anglers that are trying fly fishing for first time, as well as experienced anglers.
There are many different styles of fly fishing available today. Where in the past in the UK this used to be strictly a method for catching trout and salmon, it has now become possible to fish for pike and even carp on the fly. Several fisheries offering tuition on how to catch these fish in this way.
Recent fly fishing articles
Coarse fishing is perhaps the most easily accessible form of fishing, and the type that most anglers probably started with.
From fishing for roach and perch on your local stretch of canal or river, to targetting tench and rudd in large gravel pits, the variety of species on offer combined with the methods of catching them offers great variety on each session.
The articles contained in this section aim to cover a wide variety of situations you may encounter when coarse fishing.
Recent coarse fishing articles
Although many people associate sea fishing with large boats fishing for sport fish such as marlin and great white sharks, the sea fishing around the shores of the UK can be equally as spectacular.
With large rays, conger eels, and sharks to choose from to name a few, the species of fish swimming off our shores makes this an extremely popular choice for anglers.
The articles contained in this section aim to cover a wide variety of situations you may encounter when sea fishing, and provide useful advice for targetting specific species, as well as sea fishing in general.