Spring Carping

By John Bailey

I’ll make no bones about the fact that I’m not at the pro level of carping these days. Back in the 1970’s and ‘80s, maybe but now time has caught up with me and my carping is all about shorter, … Continue reading

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Early Spring Equals a New Challenge?

By Ed Betteridge

This is the first time I have written for The Session since my appointment as Chub & Greys Carp Academy Manager a few weeks ago. I was really pleased to be offered the position and so far it has gone … Continue reading

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New Venue – My Approach

By Rob Johnson

One thing I’ve been asked several times by our customers since we launched Aqua Dynamix is, “How would you tackle the venue I’m fishing next season, it’s full of naturals and thick with weed”. Please don’t think I’m claiming to … Continue reading

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Zigs

By Jamie Collins

As this is my first article for The Session I’d thought I’d give a brief introduction and a bit of an insight into my fishing background. I have been fishing since the age of 5, some 23 years now, starting … Continue reading

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Fishing the Nightshift

By Dave Moore

If you are like me the greatest problem you face at this time of the year is starting and in some cases finishing fishing in the dark. My work and family life leaves me with very little free time during … Continue reading

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Dealing with Weed

By Matt Eaton

Weed – some hate it and some of us love it.  Either way it’s difficult to avoid as our lakes seem to be getting weedier year on year.  Obviously there are plenty of venues that have little or none of … Continue reading

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