Monthly Archives: June 2011

The Significance of Spawning

One of my first decisions when I took over as Fishery Director of the Kingfisher Lakes in Norfolk was to abolish the closed season that had traditionally taken place through the month of April. My reasoning was that the last … Continue reading

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Approaching Pressured Venues

Like it or not, but the fact is day ticket waters offer some of the best quality sport around.  So if you are a newcomer to Carp angling or would like to catch your first double figure Carp or a … Continue reading

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The Angler Within

For years Carp fishing has always eluded me. Primarily I am a game angler specifying in Trout (I am a level 2 UKCC Game Angling Coach and the youngest female game angling coach in the UK), I have worked at … Continue reading

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