I use stick bags a lot in my fishing as they add attraction to my hookbait, prevent my rig from tangling and protect my hook point from catching on anything on the way down to the lake bed.
For the past couple of years I have been using bait screws on most of my rigs, this is handy for a quick change of bait.
I’m currently using the much publicised multi-rig over my usual hinge-rig due to the fact you can keep your bait tight to the lake bed and also change your hook speedily.
I try and keep my fishing as simple as possible, and my hookbait enhancement method is no different.
We have all been there in the summer when the carp are cruising around on the surface and you haven’t got a floater or zig kit with you. So here’s a quick tip on how I get a bite on those particular days…….
Bait-Tech’s resident Barbel expert Justin Beale lifts the lid on a tactic that he regards highly in his angling armoury. When most anglers are fishing with Pellets and Boilies targeting Barbel Justin often fishes with the humble golden grain and rates it highly when the conditions are not ideal! Here’s his thoughts on the method…
Bait-Tech’s Tony Curd shares a simple baiting tip that makes things that little bit quicker and easier when on the bank!
Us mere fishermen love to play with our baits and flavours to foil the legendary distrust of our dear carp.
Will Barnard is one of the best all-rounders in the country with a big list of impressive specimen fish to his name. Will is different from many anglers who fish Rivers as he really enjoys the purist styles often with his centrepin and stick floats targeting anything from Dace, Grayling and Roach but also occasionally targeting bigger fish such as carp – who better to learn from?
Bream are an extremely popular species to target on our Rivers among running water enthusiasts. There is little denying that these slabs can pack a punch on flowing water and give you a real run for your money compared to their still water cousins! With huge catches possible in the right conditions we asked Tony Curd – Who has caught numerous 200lb+ catches of Bream – for his advice on how to get the most from your fishing!