Carpworld JULY 2015
IN THIS ISSUE
July’s issue is packed with exciting features including a look at how important oxygen levels are by Nick Helleur, a look at getting bait application right with Ed Betteridge, and the search for peace and tranquillity with Adam Clewer. Greg Ellis tackles Horton’s Church Pool and we take another trip to Ashmead with Mark Walsingham. Don’t think that’s it though as there’s a whole lot more, so get your feet up for another cracking big read.
‘THE HUNT FOR BIG TROUTIE’ By Jon Bassham
Jon’s fishing exploits on a syndicate water make exciting reading. Fish after fish
came to his rods during 3 years which saw his angling diary full to bursting point.
NICK HELLEUR – OXYGEN: MORE QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS
Oxygen is an essential of life, and is just as important to carp as it is to humans. Nick takes an in-depth look at how levels of dissolved oxygen can affect our fishing.
MARK WALSINGHAM – ASHMEAD DIARIES
Mark airs his personal views on the problems we face as a result of the resurgent otter population, and how it affects him as a fishery owner, angler and conservationist.
ADAM CLEWER – GETTING IN A SPIN
After finding his local waters very busy, Adam travelled further afield in the search for peace and tranquillity, and caught some beautiful carp. His joy is tempered somewhat, as he remembers times and people gone by.
PLUS: ED BETTERIDGE, PAUL FORWARD, TIM PAISLEY, MIKE KAVANAGH, JOE TURNBULL, GREG ELLIS, DARRELL PECK, AND MANY MORE.