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Rolling bait rig for river chub and barbel

This rig is brilliant for tackling chub and barbel from small rivers and streams. It requires very little tackle and can be fished with either an Avon rod, a quivertip rod or even a substantial waggler rod. It can be fished in two styles - either by holding the rod at all times to feel for bites, or by placing ...

  • Rigs
  • Leger rigs
  • 11 December 2014

Groundbait feeder rig for river barbel, chub and bream

This simple yet very effective feeder fishing rig is perfect for catching river barbel, chub and bream. It’s easy to make and can be used in deep sluggish rivers through to fairly shallow and swift flowing rivers. The beauty of this rig is that it can be used to catch all of our larger river species, providing you use an ...

  • Rigs
  • Feeder rigs
  • 17 September 2014

How to catch summer chub by spinning

The only thing greater than a chub’s inborn shyness, is their legendary greed.Over the years, they have been caught on just about every bait you could conceivably think of. Thinking anglers have used everything from worms, maggots, bread and pellets through to slugs, raw steak and even livebaits.It is the latter – using fish-type baits – which Mark Boyd has ...

  • Fishing Videos
  • Coarse
  • 10 July 2012

How to river fish for predatory chub

Chub can be caught on all manner of baits, from a single pinkie to huge boilies - they will take them all. But did you know that chub are also predatory and will feed upon fish fry and small silver fish? In this video Improve Your Coarse Fishing editor Kevin Green and Angling Times editor Richard Lee floatfish one of ...

  • Fishing Videos
  • Coarse
  • 15 July 2009

Snag-free link legering rig for big barbel and chub

Barbel love to hide under or tight to streamer weed, sunken branches, tree roots and other submerged obstacles. That makes catching them really difficult. Static leger rigs may seem to be the answer, but often they aren’t. A mistimed or an inaccurate cast might see the heavy rig land bang in the middle of the obstruction – not only snagging ...

  • Rigs
  • Leger rigs
  • 25 February 2014

How to set up an in-line bolt maggot feeder rig

In-line maggot feeders are relatively new to the market but they have already helped catch many big carp, bream and tench to those anglers who know how to rig and set them up correctly. Here Bob Roberts shows us how he sets his up when fishing specialist-style for big tench... This technique not only ensures that the fish hooks itself ...

  • Rigs
  • Feeder rigs
  • 13 July 2014

How to tie a stickfloat rig ideal for trotting on slow flowing rivers and streams

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 ...

  • Rigs
  • Float rigs
  • 05 March 2014

FREE spool of Ultima line worth £3.95 with your new issue of Improve Your Coarse Fishing – in the shops from June 15th

BREAM that think they’re carp, the ultimate barbel rig, a celebration of the start of the river season and a FREE spool of Ultima line worth £3.95 are highlights of the new Improve Your Coarse Fishing. Out on June 15 it’s packed with expert advice to help you catch more fish right now, here is a taster of what’s in ...

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  • 14 June 2011

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