Now the clocks have gone back and the nights are closing in you’ll need something to keep you keen during the long winter nights ahead – and our November issue is packed to the rafters with the best features from the best writers! So, what have we got to offer you this month? Read on to find out . . .
IN THIS ISSUE
ED BETTERIDGE – TACKLING THE SLOPES
For the anglers fishing Bundy’s Pit, its steep slopes and 65ft depths are problems that have to be overcome. This is Ed’s take on how bait and tactics have to change when fi shing at extreme depths.
PAUL FORWARD – THE F WORD
Don’t you just love it when a plan comes together! So says Paul, who, with a mix of luck, good weather and experience, has had the best month of his year so far.
JASON TROUGHT – THE PROS AND CONS OF PLASTIC BAITS
Why are plastic baits effective? Are they safe to use? Jason Trought looks deeper and asks the question: is plastic really that fantastic?
IN INTERNATIONAL CARPER
What’s happening around the world of carp fishing? In International Carper there are dozens of lovely big carp to ogle at in Echoes Around the World, there’s a trip to Villedon, a real up-and-coming venue we can all fish, by Steve Briggs and Tony Davies-Patrick is back on the road chasing carp from around the world. This month he leaves his job and takes on a huge French lake. There’s also a report on the recent World Carp Classic plus a look at Etang de la Botte, a lake on the Goncourt Complex that could be an ideal holiday venue.
Carpworld editor Steve Broad takes a look at the NGT Carp Cradle.
Here is a quick overview of some of the features;
* Soft 210D PVC waterproof material
* Padded with PE board and thick sponge
* Rigid outer, very soft inner mat
* A detachable foam mat in bottom for superb fish protection
* Two mesh retaining flaps
* Sides with PE board folding system
* Size: 88 x 55 x 21cm