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Review then Fishing. By Bob Naisbitt.

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17-07-2013

Thought I would start this blog with a short revue on my JRC Extreme Bedchair. I brought my bedchair 15 months before joining the Gulp Carp Army. When looking for my new Bedchair, like everyone else I was looking for Quality at an affordable price. Having looked at other leading brands then looking back at the Extreme it was easy to make up my mind. Two years on and I could not be more pleased it’s a great chair really comfortable to sit and sleep on and is wearing really wel...

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MAD DOGS AND CARP ANGLERS ........ Gary Maddison.

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17-07-2013

As I sat eating breakfast on Saturday morning the weatherman informed me that today was going to be the hottest day of the year so far with temperatures in some areas of the country hitting 32 degrees and with night time temperatures of 20 degrees. Thinking that the syndicate lake would be devoid of anglers due to these conditions - how very wrong was I, and they say that “only mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun”. As I made my way around the lake stopping to ...

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Two Nights at a Local water....Darren Waller

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16-07-2013

Having just returned from France on the Sunday morning I was planning a social with the old fella and friend for the Monday and Tuesday. We arrived at 16.30 and quickly found a spot to fish armed with squid liver boilies and maize, kept the rigs simple with 25lb kryston and Nash size 8 twister barbless hooks. I boated out a dozen or so 16mm boilies and a mug full of maize to the edge of the pot beds for each rod then set up the bivvy. At 20.00hrs the left rod went off prod...

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Bound for France, part 2......Matt Groves

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16-07-2013

This is the second part of my "Bound for France" article (the first part is here: http://www.eu.purefishing.com/blogs/uk/james-vincent-2/2013/04/16/1665/) and so I will assume you've read that one, and are ready to start digging into a little more detail… I hope you found the spreadsheet of some use, without it my last 2 trips would have been much harder to plan, please feel free to offer feedback if you've used it! I got back from my holiday a couple of weeks ago and onc...

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Mid-week success at Barston.....Matt Groves

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16-07-2013

May and June usually involve day ticket waters for me at the moment, the lake I've been on for the last 3 years has a close season until July 1st (it's on a nature reserve and there is a protected bird that breeds during late June - quite how they are better able to breed when there aren't anglers, but the same amount if cyclists, dog walkers and twitchers is beyond me, but it is what it is), so after my annual France trip in April I'm left with only open access waters for a ...

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My June and July...James Hughes

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16-07-2013

The season is well underway and our club water venue is fishing as hard as anyone can remember. The varied temperatures have had effect on the carp spawning and has put them in a strange feeding pattern. Other years the fish would feed at night and so far this year every angler I have spoken to hasn't had a single fish during the cover of darkness. Very strange. Anyways I have managed three or four sessions in this time and have fished all over the lake and I've had 6 fish ov...

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Things are picking up.........Jon Angell

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13-07-2013

Hi, A month has passed since my last blog and I’ve managed to put in ten quick overnight sessions on my local syndicate lake. The lake has still not been fishing as well as last year and it must be down to the long winter we had. But the recent warm weather has got the fish moving and the weed and lily’s growing and things are looking up. I’ve been fishing and baiting up two swims on the lake so when I arrive to fish I can usually get in one of them giving me a good chance ...

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Spring and Summer...Nick Slater

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12-07-2013

Well its finally here and made itself very much at home so far, what I mean is the warm weather, not being a true fan of the heat I normally shun it, however with the winter feeling like it was never going to stop this was always going to be a winner on the fishing side of things. Doing my normal 2-3 nights a week it’s good to see the lakes and wildlife coming back with vengeance . Just like the weed in the lakes, which never really died off this year, we were discussing th...

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Overnighter.....Steve Peach

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12-07-2013

I decided to do quick over nighter on the Tarn on Sunday evening. Arriving around 3pm the lake was busy and on my walk round I chatted to a few people and there had been only a few fish out, I wandered down to the road bank where the wind was really pushing down and there was a guy just packing up who had just caught a decent carp, so after a long chat I decided to drop into his swim and fish a few hours and watch the lake for signs of fish and maybe move if any start showing...

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Val Dore 2013.......Raymond Lynam

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12-07-2013

This was our second trip to this French venue before I talk about the fishing I need to set the scene for you, we arrived on Saturday the18th of May on a very warm and pleasant morning signed in got to our swims and set up and all seemed to be going well but by seven that evening the weather gods became angry and for the next seven days and nights it rained and the wind turned to a cold northerly. It was so wet that most of our electrical gear at one point or another stopped ...