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How to catch roach from commercial fisheries

The two deep lakes of Fields End Water are teeming with carp, and for much of the year they are targeted with pellet wagglers and feeders by the fair-weather angling brigade.But when it’s cold the lethargic state of the bigger fish gives other species a look-in, in the shape of some fantastic sport with roach… big roach. Largely ignored and untouched, ...

  • Advice
  • 26 March 2015

How to use squatts

Squatts may have gained a reputation as the bait to use when ‘scratching around’, but match fishing star Mark Pollard reckons they are the key to bagging a big net of silvers right now.The Shimano-backed ace has racked up an impressive winning streak on a variety of natural waterways this winter, and has proved the true pulling power of the ...

  • Advice
  • 26 March 2015

Huge carp hauls expected soon at Lands End Fishery

Known for producing summer match nets in excess of 300lb, Lands End Fishery in Somerset has proved that it’s got what it takes to be the very best – and with temperatures now on the up, it won’t be long until match weights will once again reach dizzying heights. So what makes this fishery so good? Not only is each ...

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  • Fishery News
  • 24 March 2015

Give the Grand Union Canal at Rowington a try this weekend

As the river season comes to an end the country’s canal systems take over for many anglers who are still clinging to the natural venue. There is a vast number of good canals to fish although it can be difficult to choose where to start, but Leamington AA’s recent occupation of a stretch of the Grand Union Canal may just ...

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  • Fishery News
  • 24 March 2015

Wombwell Dam Fisheries in top form for skimmers

With the rivers closed to angling those of you who still want to fish a natural style venue for silverfish won’t go far wrong by paying a visit to Wombwell Dam Fisheries.The venue is in fine form with skimmer nets to 50lb being enjoyed on the venue’s Big Pond.This peaceful fishery, consists of two ponds situated inside Wombwell Woods near ...

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  • Fishery News
  • 24 March 2015

Steve Ringer's Skills School - How to catch 20lb of roach

When carp shut down in the cold Steve Ringer switches his attentions to catching big nets of silverfish - with impressive results!In this exclusive Angling Times video, match ace Steve reveals the tricks and tips you need to catch a big weight of roach as he hammers out 20lb of silverfish and a bonus tench in just two hours.

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  • Coarse
  • 19 March 2015

Catch from the margins at Buttonhole Lake

A mixed stocking policy is a ticket to guaranteed action throughout the year and Buttonhole Lake certainly subscribes to this policy.The Cambridgeshire fishery faces intense competition from its local rivals but it is certainly holding its own, with specimen sized examples of various species.Roach to almost 2lb, bream up to 8lb and barbel over the 9lb mark are all plentiful, ...

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  • Fishery News
  • 17 March 2015

Start spring at Barnburgh Lakes

If cold weather has hampered your fishing trip recently then look no further than Barnburgh Lakes in Doncaster where anglers are filling their boots. Built up over three waters, the fishery specialises in stocking winter species such as ide, barbel, roach and bream as well as varieties of carp to help keep your rod bent this weekend. With parking directly ...

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  • Fishery News
  • 17 March 2015

Bag up on roach at Mill Farm Fishery

Deep gravel pits are usually the haunt of specimen pike and carp anglers but there is one in the Midlands where vast shoals of giant roach have been dominating recent headlines and keeping match and pleasure anglers happy all through the winter.Mill Farm Fishery in Gilmorton near Lutterworth, started life in the 1950s as an old sand and gravel quarry ...

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  • Fishery News
  • 17 March 2015

Risby Park stocked to perfection

There aren’t many commercials that are steeped in history but the story of Risby Park started over 250 years ago.It was way back in the 1760s that the colourfully named Eaton Mainwaring Ellerker owned the picturesque East Yorkshire site and, as was the custom then, created a huge lake in the grounds of the estate.Apparently, the water was initially 1.5 ...

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  • Fishery News
  • 09 March 2015

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