Dobbing & Paste
Will Raison fishes Gold Valley's Gold Lake using two pole tactics that have been winning matches with 200lb-plus hauls.
On Gold Valley's Middle Lake Will demonstrates how he rotates a long pole shallow rig using the pellet to make noise and attract the fish; and why feeding negatively in the margins can lead to big weights.
Will Raison shows how you can utilise a scaled down pellet waggler approach to search and locate tricky cooler water carp that can often be found mid water in winter.
Will Raison reveals his latest approach to method feeder fishing, including the awesome 'hinge rig'.
Between The Lines
Top matchman Will Raison is at Sumners Pond alternating between positively and negatively fed lines, as he successfully bags a tidy weight of silverfish.
Hard Lines Soft Options
Will Raison is at Gold Valley fishery this month as he demonstrates the top 5 method, fishing for carp, skimmers and roach just above the silt line.
No Place to Hide
We join Will as he competes in a club match at Gold Valley, getting his insight on when to change tactics between the method, waggler and pole to maximise his chances.
Winning on Snake Lakes
Will Raison demonstrates a variety of tactics for snake lakes whilst successfully catching a bagful of carp and barbel on Orchard's Match Lake.
Scaling Down for Carp
As the weather turns colder Will Raison explains how lighter tactics might tempt fish that have been gorging themselves all summer.
Vital Pole Tactics
Will Raison 'match fishing guru' reveals his pole fishing tactics on Gold Valley Lakes and answers the question - how to fill the gaps in the middle of a match?
After a busy summer wary fish get wise to the pellet waggler so Will Raison suggests adopting a softly-softly approach using a shorter pole in shallower water.
We join Will Raison for a match on his local fishery, where he needs to use every trick in the book in difficult conditions.
Commit to Bream
Our resident match expert with tips on how to target bream on a large waterway such as the venue for last year's Nationals, the Gloucester Canal.
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