Waggler fishing on commercials isn’t for the type of angler who wants to sit back and just wait for the rod to almost get dragged in. It is one of the busiest ways of fishing you can try and you are always doing something Take your catapult and feed six pellets into the swim. 6mm pellets are best when you are after a mixture of carp and F1s, with 8mm pellets better when carp are the primary target. Leave the float in place for 20 seconds and, if nothing happens, give the float a quick twitch. If that still doesn’t produce anything within 10 seconds, it is time to wind in and cast again to repeat the process. that is aimed at maximising your chances of getting a bite. Getting into a routine is very important as you need to keep repeating the process if you want to regularly put fish in the net. Instantly cast directly over the top. Make sure your float ‘plops’ in as opposed to crashing in. Place your rod on the rest and do not move the float an inch. Moving the float takes it away from where the splash attracts the fish. I always regularly drop in a few pellets at 5m and, once I wind in, I leave the float over this area and then refeed my main line in open water with another six pellets. You’ll be amazed how many bonus fish you pick up.