Angling Times (UK) - - UNDERWATER SPECIAL -

HOW of­ten do we hear the phrase ‘feed lit­tle and of­ten’? But what does this re­ally mean?

Fish are eas­i­est to catch when they are com­pet­ing for food – in­tro­duce too much and they can be­come very choosy and of­ten ig­nore the hook­bait. Get it right, though, and they will race to the next bait be­fore their shoal-mates can get it.

Even a sin­gle spod­ful of bait is quite a lot of food when it is sit­ting on the bot­tom, so think care­fully be­fore you de­cide to fill it in. You can al­ways add more but you can’t take it out.

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