Monthly Archives: October 2012

Time For A Change

Time is one of those luxuries that I’m sure most of you could do with a bit more of. I work five days a week in a busy tackle shop, meaning that I have quite obscure days off (Sundays and … Continue reading

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Rig Knowledge

As the colder weather starts to make everything slower, including myself, the Carp are less active. Not just in their physical movements but also in their feeding habits. Don’t misunderstand me, the first frosts do not signal the end of … Continue reading

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The 1%

Welcome to my first contribution to The Session. I am going to talk about the 1% I try to concentrate on my own fishing. Anyone can now buy all the gear they will ever need to enjoy the sport of … Continue reading

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