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Alan Stagg 2014 Round Up.

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At the start of the 2014 season I had a good think about what I wanted to try and achieve.  For me I get the most enjoyment and satisfaction targeting big fish, so I decided that I would only fish venues that would give the chance of a monster.

 

Ed Skillz I Was Surprised After I Caught This One.

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Ed Skillz I was surprised after I caught this oneCaught on my all time favorite Mainline Cell! A 15mm Mainline Cell boilie topped with a large imitation popup corn from Enterprise tackle!

“… I was surprised after I caught this one! It was only after I lifted the net that I realized how big she was! Amazing mirror! The lovely tones on this one and the high build big bellied shape of it won’t let me forget this one! Happy dayzzzzzz!”

Alan Stagg’s September/October Blog.

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This autumn I have been bang into my barbel fishing. After gaining a ticket to a rather special stretch of a Thames Tributary, I decided to dedicate a fair amount of my time trying to track down and catch some of its big, yet nomadic residents.  I have fished some hard and low stock section of the river in the past, however this venue has to be right up there with the trickiest stretch I have fished to date.  As I touched on, the fish are nomadic, often travelling several miles between captures and combine this with a low stock of big fish, you can begin to understand the appeal.  .

 

Louis Slade Drop Shotting Session.

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Louis PikeTackle consultant Louis Slade’s first ever drop shotting session. where he caught this very long jack… 2 inch White minnow and Enterprise tackles Pro bead to protect the knot on the small lead from constant pressure from hitting rocks and debris on the bottom.