Not fluff-chucking for rainbows, I’m talking virtual angling for some of the greatest carp in the land.
For a lot of anglers, time on the bank is as much about the social occasion as it is catching, and what could be more social than cranking up the barbecue along with a couple of ice-cold drinks.
There was a time when I thought most fishing pellets were sprayed with a bit of flavour and bagged up ready to use.
Emerging tackle company, Spotted Fin has waded into the market with an impressive coated hooklink.
The very nature of some venues means that from time to time you are going to have to get in and get your feet wet.
The new Webcast and Webcast Ultra Weave from Nash Tackle use a special fast dissolve formulation that is suitable for all year round use and is tough enough for long range casting.
As the name suggests these buoyant hookbaits are perfect for topping off your regular hookbaits, but having said that, they are equally effective when used on their own.
It was a pleasure to have a little play with Carp Line a few months back at a Korda trade show. Most surprising of all was being told it retailed at only £12.99 for a 1000m spool.
Too few anglers exploit the pulling power of a good groundbait approach, but those who do will appreciate this impressive new catapult from Fox International.
Maple peas are much overlooked, yet they can be hugely productive in the right situation, especially during the spring and summer months.
Curious Colin Carp tells the story of an inquisitive carp, Colin, and his friend Marie, as they go about their life within their pond.
During a recent visit to Trakker HQ the new Sanctuary Oval Crib really caught my eye.