If you want to get more bites when fishing a groundbait or open end feeder, try this neat trick and twitch your rig back. It’s easy to do and can trigger even more bites than you’ve ever had before. It works brilliantly for bream, carp and tench – even roach too when you’re fishing a maggot feeder. It is very ...
- Feeder rigs
- 14 October 2010
This rig is ideal for presenting expander pellets on the bottom for carp, tench and bream. It can be used in depths of 3ft or more and when fished correctly it can tempt bites when all other pellet rigs fail. A Use a long, body-down pole float for this style of fishing. One having a long plastic bristle is perfect ...
- Pole rigs
- 11 February 2011
Trotting a small river for roach, chub, bleak, dace and skimmer bream is a fantastic way to spend a day fishing. It’s an active method that involves flicking your rig out, paying out line from the reel, mending the line to make sure the float travels along the right line, and occasionally holding back the float to make the bait ...
- Float rigs
- 05 March 2009
If you took a cross section of a canal you will find that most are the same in that they have very similar profiles and therefore you’ll find the fish residing in almost the same places. There will be a deep central track, two ledges at either side, two shelves and two marginal ledges. They aren’t deep venues – most ...
- Float rigs
- 28 May 2008