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Posts Tagged ‘carp fishing’


AM HQ BLOG: Five holiday fishing essentials

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French fancy & holiday essentials!
 
I’VE just got back from a few days in France at the amazing Lac De Laneuville in Champange, where the carp gods must’ve had it in for me but thankfully my friends fared better, with Gardner’s Alan Stagg and Calum Kletta and FLE’s Tom Oliver catching some stunning commons.
 
 
Laneuville, just four hours from Calais, is a great place and…

CARP BLOG (Mon): Five tips for spring carp fishing success

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WELCOME to another of our exclusive daily blogs here on the Angler’s Mail website,  by Matt Rand on behalf of the guys at Dynamite Baits. 
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Red hot sport for Dynamite team!
 
IF THE current…

CARP BLOG (Mon): Spring has sprung!

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This carp blog is by the experts from Fox International, sponsors of the Angler’s Mail Carp Cup. The round-up is brought to you by Harry Charrington.
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CARP BLOG (Mon): On the Road!

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THIS week’s Carp Blog on the Angler’s Mail website comes from James Armstrong of  Korda Developments.  As usual, some top carp fishing advice.
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On the Road!
 
HAVE  you ever been on an adventure to France? The…

CARP BLOG (Mon): Big catches for Dynamite Baits men

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WELCOME to another of our exclusive daily blogs here on the Angler’s Mail website,  by Matt Rand on behalf of the guys at Dynamite Baits. 
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Big catches for Dynamite Baits men
 
IT’S been…

CARP BLOG (Mon): Start as we mean to go on!

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This carp blog is by the experts from Fox International, sponsors of the Angler’s Mail Carp Cup. The round-up is brought to you by media assistant Harry Charrington.
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CARP BLOG (Mon): Keep busy for winter bites!

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IT’S MONDAY and that means it’s carp blog time here on the Angler’s Mail magazine website. This week we are pleased to welcome the guys from Nash. Thanks to Nash man Keith Jones for supplying this round-up. 
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It’s been a busy few weeks…

CARP BLOG (Mon): Winter success for Korda team!

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THIS week’s Carp Blog on the Angler’s Mail website comes from James Armstrong of  Korda Developments.  As usual, some top carp fishing advice.
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Winter success for Korda team!
 

WITH the temperatures still very mild for the…

CARP BLOG (Mon): it’s a happy new carp fishing year!

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IT’S MONDAY and that means it’s carp blog time here on the Angler’s Mail magazine website. This week we are pleased to welcome the guys from… Nash. Thanks to Nash man Keith Jones for supplying this round-up. He opens it up and adds contributions from some top names.
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CARP BLOG (Mon): how red hot new bait is catching carp!

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WELCOME to another of our exclusive daily blogs here on the Angler’s Mail website,  by Matt Rand on behalf of the guys at Dynamite Baits. 
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RED AMO IS RED HOT!
 
IT has been…