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Chilly On Carp 2

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The second series of the ever-popular Ian Chilcott's Chilly on Carp show. Join Ian as he explores the UK and further afield, taking on his fishy foe in a wide range of conditions and situations.

As usual, Ian doesn't keep his enormous knowledge to himself, but shares a wealth of hints, tips and the sectrets of a veteren angler. Even after years of carp fishing Chilly's enthusiasm for the sport remains undiminshed and this comes through in all that he does
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Chilly's on Loggies Lake at the Stour Valley Fishery in Kent, but in his first swim it just isn't happening. So he moves and proves that good observation and a quick change of tactics can pay off.  
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Rather than sit by a well stocked lake, Chilly opts for a challenging two days on the Basingstoke Canal, a teenage stomping ground, stalking its wild carp.  
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Chilly is on his hols in sunny Devon, the carp are on the surface enjoying the sunshine, but are proving a little elusive. Will he be able to pull it off or will the Carp prove too canny. The local Fish & Chip shop might prove a more fruitful solution.  
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On the first day of the season, Ian Chillcott makes his way to a glorious stretch of river in search of wild carp.  
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Ian 'Chilly' Chillcott spends three very successful days on the famous Mangrove Lake, managed for the past 25 years by his old mate Tim Paisley.  
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Chilly is desperate to get a monkey off his back - he's never caught a carp from a British river.  
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Ian 'Chilly' Chillcott heads across the channel on a French carping adventure to Abbey Lakes.  
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Chilly is as excited as a child at Christmas as he finds himself the only angler on lake that's full of huge carp.  
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Chilly finds a little gem of a water in Somerset as he shows how effective maggots can be for big carp in the colder months.  
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Chilly finds a little gem of a water in Somerset as he shows how effective maggots can be for big carp in the colder months.  
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Chilly uses all his senses to catch cool-water carp on a lake stocked by Donald Leney in the early 1960s. 
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