Islands are carp magnets and they’re very popular with the carp at this time of year, says Darrell Peck.
Iain Macmillan has a few tips and edges to help keep your mojo flying until the clocks go forward and the buds are blooming again.
During February it often feels like spring isn’t too far away, so as the weeks pass will you be making any changes to your tactics or baits and the way you apply them?
Veteran of many a February session, Mark Pitchers knows a thing about succeeding at this time of year, and here he shares five of his best edges.
Winter is without doubt the hardest time of year to catch carp. The water temperature has dropped, there is a lack of daylight to keep the carp active and the natural food larders have all but fallen back.
Adam Clewer has a different take on the well-known adage!
By definition, human nature nearly always seeks to retain things that are working until the very end of their usefulness.
Mark Holmes has used many edges over the years to keep catching and one of his biggest is indeed the edge. No, it’s not bait but a simple tactic, often mentioned but rarely used.
Often I get labelled as being a little off the wall with my approach to catching carp. In my slide shows this year I have revealed a few edges that catch me bonus carp.
Steve Briggs discusses the importance of being open minded about location.
I guess it was the recent trip to Euro Aqua that once again proved just how important it is to find the right areas when we are fishing.