Ringer’s pel­let se­crets re­vealed

Angling Times (UK) - - THIS WEEK -

“PEL­LETS will catch as many, if not more, fish than mag­gots and worms.” So said Eng­land In­ter­na­tional Phil Ringer, and backed up that state­ment with this fine bag of hard-fight­ing carp caught live for the Im­prove Your Coarse Fish­ing cam­eras.

The 38-year-old Northants rod was fish­ing Bish­ops Bowl in War­wick­shire in a ses­sion with Angling Times’ sis­ter ti­tle, demon­strat­ing the dif­fer­ent types of pel­let avail­able and how to use them ef­fec­tively.

And with nu­mer­ous fish landed in just a few hours, the big­gest of which was well in ex­cess of 20lb, Phil did ex­actly that.

“The more fish see pel­lets, the more they get on them,” he said.

“This is even start­ing to hap­pen on nat­u­ral wa­ters such as canals and rivers, where more and more pel­lets are be­ing fed by spec­i­men hunters, match­men and plea­sure an­glers alike.”

Phil Ringer and his haul of carp caught on pel­lets.

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