CARP INSIDER – WITH THOM AIRS
JAMES’S catch is testament to the importance of that most basic of carp fishing skills – observation. You can have the best bait, rigs, rods and reels in the land, but if you’re nowhere near the fish, you might as well be using a beanpole and a bent nail.
The best carpers in the land spend more time looking for their quarry than on any other aspect of their approach, and often won’t set up until they’ve found the fish. Do the same and watch your catches soar!