The tidal river. Feeder fishing rivers for Bream and Roach with a simple feeder rig is an absolute pleasure with a well balanced setup. I'm feeder fishing a tidal stretch of my local river today. Fishing is usually better on the outgoing tide, so I have timed my arrival to be here half an hour before it turns. … [Read more...] about Feeder fishing rivers – learn how
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Twisted hair rig knot. Twisted hair rig knot for pellet band or other setups that use a stiff hair. Tying pellet band hair rig is shown in this article, but a number of different rigs are easy to make. … [Read more...] about Twisted hair rig knot with pellet band
Arbor knot is used to attach the main line to the spool of a reel. This knot can be used for centrepin and fixed spool reels. … [Read more...] about Arbor knot to tie line to a reel spool
True pin and bearing reels Centrepin reels - There are two types of centrepin reel commonly available, the traditional true pins and centrepins with bearings. The spool of the true pin rotates directly on the pin. There is a grub screw in the hub to adjust the end float of the spool. Whereas centrepins that boast ball bearings have frictionless ball racers, or something … [Read more...] about Centrepin reels and how to use them
Insert Waggler float The sensitivity of any float is determine by the buoyancy of the tip. An insert waggler float has a thin tip which is fixed into what would be a straight waggler. A thin insert is less buoyant, so takes less to sink making the float more sensitive. … [Read more...] about Insert Waggler float fishing for shy biting fish