Your prayers have been answered! All through series one we heard the same thing: "We love Carp Wars but wish that there was more of it!" Never ones to disappoint, we have created some extra-special, bonus content that only FishingTV members get to see. Featuring post-match analysis and more!
Lee Mozza Morris talks us through the intricacies of his preferred maggot rig, involving PVA mesh, plastic corn, a couple of hooks of different sizes, and, naturally, a few handfuls of maggots - sounds complex, but there is logic behind it all.
This one tiny thing is something that Ian picked up from some serious match fishing masters, and he reckons it gives him the tiny edge that can be oh so important. Try it yourself next time you're out fishing!
The pressure of a must-win match-up and a chance of a place in the final seems to have sent Iain 'Ting Tong' Macmillan and Lee 'Mozza' Morris loopy even before the starting hooter has gone. Contains foul language, rain dances and even more inexplicable behaviour from two of the UK's finest carpers.
Does anyone else think that the pressure of the competition might be taking its toll on our anglers at this late stage in the competition? That's the only explanation that we can think of for some of this behaviour...
Top tips from Carp Wars star Ian Russell, who talks us through the rigs and baiting tactics he uses in his match against Dave Lane, on Honeypots Lake, a water known to hold several catfish: how will he avoid getting bites from those slippery customers and land the carp?
Both anglers identified this match as the one they most wanted to win for the whole series, but which of them comes away feeling good about the result - the two giants reflect on one of the more unusual matches.
Every angler has his or her preferred bait mix, and when it comes to Steven Coe's preferred recipe - The Preparator - the mixture is not just slapped together, but... well... carefully prepared. Steven explains what goes in, and why in this week's Carp Wars Extra.
After yet another gruelling Carp Wars head-to-head has come to an end, Dave 'The General' Levy and Ian Russell let bygones be bygones (perhaps!) and discuss what might have gone differently on another day.
Top carp angler and Carp Wars veteran Ian Russell shows you how he likes to set up his corn rig when fishing on relatively weed-free waters - watch the video and give it a try next time you're on the bank.
After the Battle of the Daves the pair of anglers sit down to review their day's efforts with a bit of post-match analysis, celebrate their successes and rue the missed opportunities. With the benefit of hindsight, would they have done anything differently?
This installment of Carp Wars Extra sees the two anglers, Ian Russell and Lee 'Mozza' Morris pick over the previous nailbiting 24 hours. Will Lee ever recover from the ordeal? What did Ian think of the whole thing? Who will get the last word on the subject?
You'd think that watching the superstars of the Carp Wars 2 making fools of themselves would get old, but somehow every blooper reel that comes along is just as funny as the first. Perhaps the strain of the competition is getting to them. Or us.
After another tense 24 hour battle in the rapidly hotting up Carp Wars, Dave (and Padwah) and Iain can relax at last, and reflect on the struggle just finished. Have they developed a fued, or is it all good natured, honourable stuff?
Don't say we never give you anything - Mozza shows you how to set up the corn rig that's been bringing him so much success in episode 9 of Carp Wars 2. If it gives Ian Russell something to think about, it must be good!
What is the deal with Carp Wars stars and being children in front of the camera? This time its Lee 'Mozza' Morris and Ian Russell acting the goat. At least they both keep their trousers on this time. Oh. Wait.
Once again we've got two of the finest countries in the land making total a**ses of themselves in front of the cameras - in one case, we mean this quite literally. You have been warned. Honestly, we're scarred for life. #NSFW
Two Daves - Levy and Lane - two different approaches to the competition - one's backing himself, one's changed his preparation tactics specifically for the series. Only one can be right, and only one can win the match.
All's fair in love and war, and when it comes to Carp Wars that's doubly true. Tong tries some unconventional psych-out tactics at the pre-match face/off - but its not very sporting, especially from someone with so little hair of their own to boast of.
Iain "The Tuition Magician" Macmillan shows you how to set up a rig that's given him plenty of success over the years - the Chod Rig, and explains why its a useful rig, especially when fishing over weedy areas.
In this episode of Carp Wars Extra Iain Macmillan and Steven Coe take the weight off after another gruelling round of Carp Wars to mull over the previous 24 hours of fishing at Stanwick Lakes Fisheries. Would either of them have done anything any differently?
Halfway through the match Dave Levy and Lee Morris decide to take a short break to talk about their campaigns so far and give each other a little light ribbing for good measure. All's fair in love and Carp Wars, even if the joshing isn't doing much for either angler's luck.
In an exclusive extra clip from the new Carp Wars 2 series, Iain Macmillan talks us through the finer points of his favourite Ronnie Rig: why he likes it and how he likes to fish it, including some sneaky tips on how to use it most effectively.
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