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All our hints and tips clips
If In Doubt Recast
Adam Penning has a tip to maximise your chances when things seem a bit slow.
Carp Channel Monthly's Ian Russell passes on some bite indication advice including when he chooses to 'slack line'.
Adam Penning explains why watercraft is key and having a good set of polaroids and a cap is paramount for fish spotting, not forgetting climbing the odd tree.
Joe Turnbull gives a few tips on how to get the best results from spods, spoms and catapults.
Air Dry Boilie Bags
Joe Turnbull shows how to air dry your boilies and why the latest Taska and Aqua bags are particularly good.
Accurate Baiting Tip
Dave Springall explains how to use bright pop-ups in your PVA mix to improve your baiting accuracy.
Boilies In Winter
Ian 'Chilly' Chillcott discusses his views on the ‘ultimate winter bait’ – the boilie.
PVA Stick Mix
Dave Springall takes us though all the stages of preparing his very own version of a PVA stick mix.
Ian Chillcott dons his Boy Scout cap with tips and tricks for getting yourself fully prepared for those carp sessions in winter.
Looking For Carp
Ian Chillcott takes a break from another long stay session on a tough water to pass on some pearls of wisdom on how to go about finding the fish when it’s not really happening.
Be Prepared For Surface Action
Ian Chillcott makes a pit stop at Yateley Angling Centre to discuss the gear you need to have in your kit when the carp show themselves on top.
Crumbs Keep Them Coming
Carp guide Adam Penning reveals one of the ‘secret weapons’ that has seen him continue to catch carp through the colder months while others are struggling.
Approaching A New Venue
Ian Chillcott passes on some of the lessons he has learnt when it comes to taking on a new carp venue.
Put More Carp On The Bank
Chris Lowe passes on some tips that have seen him score when other carp anglers are struggling.
Spicing Up PVA Bags
Chris Lowe talks us through his solid PVA bag mix with a few additions that you can find on the supermarket shelf.
Derek Ritchie: Observation
Carp legend Derek Ritchie talks about how he uses all his senses to read a carp water before deciding how to tackle it.
Finding Fish In Winter
We join Korda’s Elliott Gray to find out his thought process for locating carp on those winter sessions.
Corn Stops And Highlights
Ian Russell takes the opportunity to flag up two new Avid products.
PVA Mixes For Pressured Venues
Rich Wilby reveals how he tweaks his PVA bag mixes when he’s fishing pressured waters.
Autumn Stalking: Pt 2
Ian Chillcott completes his cold weather carp stalking quest on a day ticket lake and the one he first used a hair rig on.
Autumn Stalking: Pt 1
Autumn may be the time you start thinking about buying a bivvy heater or perhaps a warm sleeping bag, but Ian Chillcott reckons it’s the time to get on the move and stalk some carp.
Moving Up to a New Lake
In this short excerpt, Top angler Ali Hamidi explains the what to look for, where to do it and why, when tackling a new carp water and targeting bigger fish.
Gary Lowe: Winter Tips
Gary Lowe's five essential tips to keep you catching carp in winter.
PVA For Weed
A PVA bundle of bait that’s ideal for fishing over blanket weed.
Aggressive Spod Mix
Ian Russell runs through his particle spod mix for runs waters.
The Crimped Chod
Ian Macmillan explains to Ian Russell why he's a convert to crimping his Chod rigs, and shows how.
Ian Russell: Uses For PVA
Ian Russell runs through how he gets the best from PVA mesh.
Cold Weather Carping
Ian Chillcott catches up with Adam Penning as they discuss their preferred approaches to successful winter carp fishing.
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