Tench seem to do a vanishing act in the colder months, but as soon as the mercury levels start to climb they feed prolifically. They make their presence clear by tiny…

Beginner’s cast with a centrepin reel When learning to cast you are best off casting using loops of line. To do this, use your fingers and pull loops of line…

Night fishing is the key on venues which see heavy pressure during the daylight hours can see its inhabitants switch off the feed. They only get their heads down for…

A reader asked Angler’s Mail to show him how to make a cheap feeder rig to use with water-softened pellets. This type of feeder has become very popular and is…

Even though the temperature outside is now rising, it is still very noticeable just how few fish seem to be getting their heads down in venues much deeper than 10…

MULLET, an estuary-loving fish, fight like crazy on light gear and are definitely proud contenders for the hardest fighting sea species. They are certainly on a par with carp and…

PIKE fishing by dedicated specialist anglers is often only from October to March, this being the traditional pike season. This gives the pike a break for spawning but also reduces…

NOW can be a tricky time on the bank but the spring fishing tips outlined here can turn your fortunes. It’s hard reading what’s going on under the surface. But…

FOR years I thought that grayling were of the radar, a species cursed by the game angler and rarely targeted by the coarse angler. I was wrong as the expensive…