ARTICLES

Take look at the articles we have published in the past.

September Competition Winner.

By imitation-master | October 11, 2012

Congratulations  Ron Nathlich. I caught this 26.43 lb common in a small local lake. You can  cast and accidentally hit the far bank. Quite often, people come to this lake to feed the ducks. I have noticed on more than one occasion, carp swimming toward the feeding ducks. I thought bread might be the bait…

New Emblem

By imitation-master | October 3, 2012

In response to the continual copying of our  imitation bait range, we have introduced a new ‘Original and Best’ emblem depicting a Union Jack and two grains of fake corn. It will appear on our packaging and promotional material, to reinforce our position in the market , as the company that started the current trend…

August Competition Winner.

By imitation-master | September 20, 2012

Congratulations Ollie Thomas. I caught this stunning 24lb12oz common from my syndicate lake using Enterprise fake tiger nut in tiger nut flavour, fished on a chod rig over a small bed of particles. I have found the tiger nuts to be absolutely brilliant, they are super buoyant, super smelly and resist the temptations of the…

Ant Ballard. 29lb 7oz Common.

By imitation-master | September 13, 2012

I’ve been plugging away on my syndicate for a fair while now.  Chasing Carp shadows around the 42acre gin clear pit without much to show for my efforts. I’ve had nights of endless liners, and obvious signs of fish in my zones, but everything I tried failed to elicit a response. If anything I’m sure…

Where have all the Barbel Gone?

By imitation-master | September 13, 2012

Well OK, they have not so much ‘gone’ on my local rivers but they are certainly not where they should be and the anglers who have been catching well during the first couple of months of the season have not always been those you might expect. Indeed if you were a complete barbel novice I…

Terry Glebioska.

By imitation-master | August 16, 2012

The team at Enterprise were sorry to here of the death of Terry Glebioska recently. His capture of Two Tone using our corn in 2001 helped to start the plastic revolution.      

Cracking Corn Aligner.

By imitation-master | August 9, 2012

  Jim Gibbinson’s original line aligner remains one of the important ‘breakthrough’ rigs in modern times, second only to the hair rig some would say, and I don’t think I would argue with that. In fact I remember vividly being a young kid in the small audience of the talk when Jim first unveiled the…

July Competition Winner.

By imitation-master | August 9, 2012

Congratulations Dan Giegerich, our first international winner. This 35lb 15oz common was captured on a very difficult 5 acre southern Illinois reservoir, using Enterprise’s 12mm fluoro pink Eternal boilie soaked in strawberry and aniseed flavour. To be honest I didn’t feel very confident as the weather conditions were terrible with the temperatures in the 90’s.…

Total Coarse Fishing.

By imitation-master | July 11, 2012

In the August issue of Total Coarse Fishing Alan Stagg reveals why fake baits are a must.      

Stacks Of Bream.

By imitation-master | July 5, 2012

When it comes to catching bream, as any carp angler will tell you, it‘s hard to find a bait they do not like and will not take; in fact if anyone ever invents a bream-free bait they stand to make a fortune.

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