Preda­tor fish­ing is just so con­ve­nient!

Angling Times (UK) - - YOUR FISHING WEEK -

River Mon­sters, DMAX, Tues­day, June 28, 1pm

Think­ing Tackle, Dis­cov­ery Shed, Thurs­day, June 30, 6am

The Ul­ti­mate Fish­ing Show, BT Sport 1, Fri­day, July 1, 8pm port­fo­lio of wa­ters, and this seems like a sen­si­ble way to make sure the high stan­dards the club has set re­main in place. Will Mered­ith, Can­nock PREDA­TOR fish­ing has be­come in­cred­i­bly pop­u­lar in re­cent years, and con­sid­er­ing how busy mod­ern day life is for most, that is hardly sur­pris­ing.

Match or carp an­glers need to ded­i­cate at least a whole day to their fish­ing and have to take an aw­ful lot of tackle with them if they want to be in with a chance of catch­ing a few fish.

But it is to­tally dif­fer­ent for preda­tor an­glers.

You can leave the house with a rod, land­ing net and a few bits of ter­mi­nal tackle and spend as lit­tle or as much time on the bank as you want.

I reg­u­larly go down to the lo­cal canal and spend an hour chuck­ing lures into a few dif­fer­ent swims, and can then get home be­fore the other half gets ir­ri­tated!

Last week’s An­gling Times re­vealed that a new preda­tor fish­ery called Lake Sav­age is set On Coarse With Dean Macey, Quest, Monday, July 5, 6am

Jeremy Wade’s Life in An­gling, youtube.com/GoFish­ingOn­line

The Grilling, episode 3, Dr Paul Gar­ner, youtube.com to open. I can see it be­ing a huge suc­cess. Dar­ren Ash­ton, Lin­coln WHEN I missed out on win­ning a match by an ounce last sum­mer there was a funny side.

I had the dog in tow on a small Fen drain, and all was well un­til I swung in a 1oz roach, which came off the hook and landed in the grass be­tween me and the hound.

Quick as a flash he picked the fish up and it van­ished down his throat. Af­ter this, he was ban­ished to the van and come weigh-in time I tipped 6lb-odd on to the scales and fol­lowed the board down the bank, only to find out I’d been pipped by an ounce.

As a foot­note I thought I’d try chang­ing the dog’s food to a fish flavour af­ter that match. You’ve guessed it – the bug­ger wouldn’t touch the stuff! Three ground­bait bowls in a heavy duty wa­ter­proof ma­te­rial. The largest has a zipped top and the two smaller ones fit neatly in­side. JUNE 28, 2016 61

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