Click on the link to read the interview that Frank had with Iain Sorrell for Big Carp News.
Video featuring Frank Warwick catching a 100lb plus catfish from Bluebell Lakes on the bait he is demonstrating. Frank discusses the way he uses Enterprise Tackles Popup Corn in his day to day fishing for carp.
This shows in detail how to set up these baits for many of the modern ways of fishing with artificial baits.
As per usual my seasons fishing so far has been a bit random and varied,I tend to get invitations to attend various big carp matches and events both in the UK and further a field abroad.
After enjoying a few nice sessions on one of my all time favourite venues Kingfisher lake on the Bluebell complex near Peterborough and managing carp up to 39.6 I was off to a pleasing start to my adventures and happy with my quick results.
I guess I first saw plastic carp baits when I was at the World Carp Classic at Madine more than 12 years ago, if memory serves me correctly Partridge were giving away free samples to all the competitors in the competition at the post match presentation.
Only sweetcorn was available at that time but it caught my eye instantly, especially as I had been having some considerable success in the UK using the method coupled with Maize on the rig critically balanced by a disk of yellow pop up foam! As good as it was the foam would take on water after a while and render the hookbait a tad less efficient, the new plastic version fitted the job perfectly.
I have to be honest with you and say that I am a little surprised when I hear anglers occasionally say they prefer unflavoured plastic to the flavoured variety! Because on virtually every water where I’ve fished and done my usual comparison tests I have certainly found this not to be my finding, I would go as far as to say that if my corn for example has been out in the lake for more than 24 hours and I feel its lost its smell a little then I change it for a fresh piece instantly, I am totally confident with both but from my findings my confidence lies with the flavoured type.