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A couple from Robs latest trip to France. #carpfishing

A couple from Robs latest trip to France.
 
#carpfishing #vasswaders https://t.co/FjJNr39ZpN From Vasswaders
2019-05-15 10:48:28
A couple from Robs latest trip to France. #carpfishing #vasswaders https://t.co/FjJNr39ZpN

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View our full product range at https://t.co/TmkpFROBsk #carpfishing #carpfishinguk #lifestyle https: From TheKrakenTackle
2017-08-30 19:24:11
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CATCH REPORT - Tom Robson has reported landing his

CATCH REPORT - Tom Robson has reported landing his new personal best from Pallatrax Associated Fishe From Pallatrax
2017-06-01 22:30:24
CATCH REPORT - Tom Robson has reported landing his new personal best from Pallatrax Associated Fishery, Echo Pool in France with an early morning visit to the bank of 'Doris' at a very respectable 58lb 10oz. Well done Tom from all at Pallatrax HQ #stonze #catchmorefish #thehook #gripz

Tom Robson reported from Associated Fishery Echo Pool

Tom Robson reported from Associated Fishery  Echo Pool in France an early morning visit to the bank From Pallatrax
2017-05-30 12:20:29
Tom Robson reported from Associated Fishery Echo Pool in France an early morning visit to the bank of Doris at a very respectable 50lb 10oz. Well done Tom from all at Pallatrax HQ #Stonze #catchmorefish.

CARPologist Adam Robson Carp Angler has just got back

CARPologist Adam Robson Carp Angler has just got back from an epic week in France! From CARPology Magazine
2017-05-09 13:30:06
CARPologist Adam Robson Carp Angler has just got back from an epic week in France!

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Team Member Chris Robson has been in contact after his r From Pallatrax
2017-03-15 09:00:28
***NEWS FLASH***NEWS FLASH***NEWS FLASH*** Team Member Chris Robson has been in contact after his recent match at Forrest Lane Fishery. Chris Told Pallatrax: "Well after a long time off due to work and family commitments I was itching to get back on the bank. The chosen venue was my local and favourite complex of Forest Lane near York. With a three-day festival coming up at the end of the month, the day was more about getting a few bites and getting a feel for how the fishery was going to fish in a few week’s time. It can be a funny time of the year, even on heavily stocked commercials they can be fickle coming out of winter and going into spring but I knew that fish weights had been steadily increasing. Greeted with a beautiful sunny morning and a gentle breeze things were looking good for an enjoyable day. With 19 people fishing, and the full complex available there was going to be plenty of room for all, with no 'bad' pegs in the draw. I drew peg 24 on a lake called Oaklands. It's actually a corner peg, and had some recent form. After the usual banter of 'well drawn' I had a quick word with Eddie the owner to get some information on how they had been catching. Local knowledge is something I can't stress enough, as long as it's from someone you can trust! On arriving at the peg, I certainly had plenty of room but with the wind off my back and a flat calm peg I was slightly concerned on how it might go. I had four main lines of attack for the day: 1. The stonze system wrapped in maggot crush groundbait, and a match midget in a bait band cast to the center of the lake. 2. A shallow rig fishing maggots at 14 m straight in front. 3. A line towards the reeds up the side of the pond at 13m towards the corner of the lake, in 3' of water. 4. Finally, a line at 5m to my left, down my inside margin fished towards the next platform in 18" of water. This was fed all day but was really a throwaway line. I suspected it might be too early for them to come so close yet but a great area to target a bonus fish or two. I started off by priming my pole lines and decided to start on the stonze set up. I had indications from the start and soon had six small stocky carp, around a pound each. With the water still cold and clear I think the action had spooked the few that were there at the start…so it was back onto the pole. I could catch a couple of fish off each line. Alternating between soft pellets and maggots on the hook, however I couldn't get them lined up anywhere. A few quick bites then nothing, I tried feeding heavier and just trickling in a tiny amount. I felt that the clear water was the problem, catching a couple of fish was spooking anything else in the area so I settled into a routine of catching two fish then moving on. At the half way point news on the bank was that it was fishing hard, so I felt like I was keeping pace nicely by keeping busy. I was catching mainly small carp, with some small chub on the shallow line and a few small silvers, roach and skimmers. With an hour and a half to go, I saw a slight swirl down the margin to my left and noticed it had started to colour up. I aired up with three maggots tapped in some micro pellets and gently lowered my rig in. Despite seeing fish swirling and loads of indications on the float I couldn't get a proper bite. Then two good fish spooked of and bow waved out of the peg in close succession. I knew then that a change was needed. I had setup a heavy rig for this line, expecting some bigger fish but I was sure it was the heavier line that was causing the issue. So, into the rig tray and out went a much lighter rig, the response was immediate with a large barbell almost pulling the pole out of my hand before I'd even got the rig in properly. The next hour was fast and furious, with fish coming as fast as I could get back in. Feeding a large pot of groundbait and dead maggots after every fish, the swim became stronger and stronger. Some much better carp to arou

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Our very own Chris Robson has been From Pallatrax
2016-10-10 20:35:27
****** BREAKING NEWS **** CATCH REPORT **** BREAKING NEWS ****** Our very own Chris Robson has been out on the bank and in competitive mood, here is his report about how he got on. Hi, all. Back on the bank at Forest Lane for a midweek open this week. Fishing on Oaklands Lake. The lake had been fishing well through the later part of the summer, with 100lb needed to frame in most matches. However, a couple of days of torrential rains and a change to cooler wind things could well be changing. So it was going to be a case of not placing all my eggs in one basket. I drew peg 8, middle of the lake and somewhere I fancied for a chance of a few fish. Plenty of water and more than enough options to keep me interested. I have been guilty in recent matches of trying to do too much, ending up splitting up my fish and not doing the pegs justice. So today I decided to stick to just two lines. One at sixteen metre's, which was to be my softly, softly catch anything line. Then a shorter line at six metre's at the base of the near slope. I planned to feed this spot heavier in the hope of some bonus fish. Baits for the day were plenty of maggots (boosted with a liberal coating of the ever reliable #Jungle overspray) and the new #Pallatrax groundbait pellets. At the all in, I fed three large pots of the pellets on the 6m line. Along with around half a pint of the boosted maggots. The idea being to leave this line to settle, building up the fishes confidence and hopefully give me a run of fish later in the match. I started the session on the long line, feeding regularly, and feeling my way into the game. Letting the fish tell me what they wanted, by trickling in a dozen or so maggots and the same of the 4mm groundbait pellets It took me 15 minutes to get a bite, a small Carp of around a pound. Keeping the bait trickling in through a small pot mounted on the pole was key It's so important to keep busy on a tricky day. Lifting and dropping the rig, almost teasing the fish into biting was the trick on this occasion. The match went pretty much to plan. Other than pulling out of a couple of good fish on a snag. I spent the first 3 hours putting a real mixed bag of smaller fish together. The variety of species is brilliant in this lake. Barbel, Goldfish, Roach, Rudd, Tench, Golden Tench, Perch, Golden Orfe, Crucians and every type of carp imaginable. Brilliant fishing. The last 2 hours I sat on the shorter line. It was slower going, but using a bunch of maggots (4/5) and on the heavier terminal tackle I was hoping for some bonus fish so it was a gamble. Thankfully on this occasion, it paid off. Four superb Barbel to about 5lb and several Carp of a similar stamp boosted my final weight. Rigs for the day consisted of 0.13 Gamma on the long line, to a size 16 hook. With a strung out shotting pattern to give more natural fall of the bait, also helping to catch the fish when gently lifting and dropping the rig back. I stepped up to 0.15 Gamma and size 14 hook for the short bonus fish line. With a bulk shot around 6" from the hook. To nail the bait down. The elastic choice was a doubled up 6 for the small fish and a double 8 for the big fish. I weighed in 86lb 12oz. With second place being 30lb, proving that making the right decisions and using top quality bait is critical. A fabulous and busy days fishing. Watching the conditions before the session, and using a flexible approach proved key to the result. With most people coming and expecting to be fishing for big summer weights, their tactics just weren't right on the day. Tight lines, Chris

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Our very own Chris Robson has been From Pallatrax
2016-10-09 22:00:23
****** BREAKING NEWS **** CATCH REPORT **** BREAKING NEWS ****** Our very own Chris Robson has been out on the bank and in competitive mood, here is his report about how he got on. Hi, all. Back on the bank at Forest Lane for a midweek open this week. Fishing on Oaklands Lake. The lake had been fishing well through the later part of the summer, with 100lb needed to frame in most matches. However, a couple of days of torrential rains and a change to cooler wind things could well be changing. So it was going to be a case of not placing all my eggs in one basket. I drew peg 8, middle of the lake and somewhere I fancied for a chance of a few fish. Plenty of water and more than enough options to keep me interested. I have been guilty in recent matches of trying to do too much, ending up splitting up my fish and not doing the pegs justice. So today I decided to stick to just two lines. One at sixteen metre's, which was to be my softly, softly catch anything line. Then a shorter line at six metre's at the base of the near slope. I planned to feed this spot heavier in the hope of some bonus fish. Baits for the day were plenty of maggots (boosted with a liberal coating of the ever reliable #Jungle overspray) and the new #Pallatrax groundbait pellets. At the all in, I fed three large pots of the pellets on the 6m line. Along with around half a pint of the boosted maggots. The idea being to leave this line to settle, building up the fishes confidence and hopefully give me a run of fish later in the match. I started the session on the long line, feeding regularly, and feeling my way into the game. Letting the fish tell me what they wanted, by trickling in a dozen or so maggots and the same of the 4mm groundbait pellets It took me 15 minutes to get a bite, a small Carp of around a pound. Keeping the bait trickling in through a small pot mounted on the pole was key It's so important to keep busy on a tricky day. Lifting and dropping the rig, almost teasing the fish into biting was the trick on this occasion. The match went pretty much to plan. Other than pulling out of a couple of good fish on a snag. I spent the first 3 hours putting a real mixed bag of smaller fish together. The variety of species is brilliant in this lake. Barbel, Goldfish, Roach, Rudd, Tench, Golden Tench, Perch, Golden Orfe, Crucians and every type of carp imaginable. Brilliant fishing. The last 2 hours I sat on the shorter line. It was slower going, but using a bunch of maggots (4/5) and on the heavier terminal tackle I was hoping for some bonus fish so it was a gamble. Thankfully on this occasion, it paid off. Four superb Barbel to about 5lb and several Carp of a similar stamp boosted my final weight. Rigs for the day consisted of 0.13 Gamma on the long line, to a size 16 hook. With a strung out shotting pattern to give more natural fall of the bait, also helping to catch the fish when gently lifting and dropping the rig back. I stepped up to 0.15 Gamma and size 14 hook for the short bonus fish line. With a bulk shot around 6" from the hook. To nail the bait down. The elastic choice was a doubled up 6 for the small fish and a double 8 for the big fish. I weighed in 86lb 12oz. With second place being 30lb, proving that making the right decisions and using top quality bait is critical. A fabulous and busy days fishing. Watching the conditions before the session, and using a flexible approach proved key to the result. With most people coming and expecting to be fishing for big summer weights, their tactics just weren't right on the day. Tight lines, Chris

Hours spent walking and baiting the testing Tatton

Hours spent walking and baiting the testing Tatton Park; finally lead to Rob Allen landing this hard From Sticky Baits
2016-10-09 18:20:25
Hours spent walking and baiting the testing Tatton Park; finally lead to Rob Allen landing this hard-earned mirror of 36lb 10oz. To Robs knowledge and to the regulars, this mirror has been on the missing list for 9-years from the testing North West water. What a result - well done Rob! #Manilla

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Our very own Chris Robson has been From Pallatrax
2016-10-08 05:25:20
****** BREAKING NEWS **** CATCH REPORT **** BREAKING NEWS ****** Our very own Chris Robson has been out on the bank and in competitive mood, here is his report about how he got on. Hi, all. Back on the bank at Forest Lane for a midweek open this week. Fishing on Oaklands Lake. The lake had been fishing well through the later part of the summer, with 100lb needed to frame in most matches. However, a couple of days of torrential rains and a change to cooler wind things could well be changing. So it was going to be a case of not placing all my eggs in one basket. I drew peg 8, middle of the lake and somewhere I fancied for a chance of a few fish. Plenty of water and more than enough options to keep me interested. I have been guilty in recent matches of trying to do too much, ending up splitting up my fish and not doing the pegs justice. So today I decided to stick to just two lines. One at sixteen metre's, which was to be my softly, softly catch anything line. Then a shorter line at six metre's at the base of the near slope. I planned to feed this spot heavier in the hope of some bonus fish. Baits for the day were plenty of maggots (boosted with a liberal coating of the ever reliable #Jungle overspray) and the new #Pallatrax groundbait pellets. At the all in, I fed three large pots of the pellets on the 6m line. Along with around half a pint of the boosted maggots. The idea being to leave this line to settle, building up the fishes confidence and hopefully give me a run of fish later in the match. I started the session on the long line, feeding regularly, and feeling my way into the game. Letting the fish tell me what they wanted, by trickling in a dozen or so maggots and the same of the 4mm groundbait pellets It took me 15 minutes to get a bite, a small Carp of around a pound. Keeping the bait trickling in through a small pot mounted on the pole was key It's so important to keep busy on a tricky day. Lifting and dropping the rig, almost teasing the fish into biting was the trick on this occasion. The match went pretty much to plan. Other than pulling out of a couple of good fish on a snag. I spent the first 3 hours putting a real mixed bag of smaller fish together. The variety of species is brilliant in this lake. Barbel, Goldfish, Roach, Rudd, Tench, Golden Tench, Perch, Golden Orfe, Crucians and every type of carp imaginable. Brilliant fishing. The last 2 hours I sat on the shorter line. It was slower going, but using a bunch of maggots (4/5) and on the heavier terminal tackle I was hoping for some bonus fish so it was a gamble. Thankfully on this occasion, it paid off. Four superb Barbel to about 5lb and several Carp of a similar stamp boosted my final weight. Rigs for the day consisted of 0.13 Gamma on the long line, to a size 16 hook. With a strung out shotting pattern to give more natural fall of the bait, also helping to catch the fish when gently lifting and dropping the rig back. I stepped up to 0.15 Gamma and size 14 hook for the short bonus fish line. With a bulk shot around 6" from the hook. To nail the bait down. The elastic choice was a doubled up 6 for the small fish and a double 8 for the big fish. I weighed in 86lb 12oz. With second place being 30lb, proving that making the right decisions and using top quality bait is critical. A fabulous and busy days fishing. Watching the conditions before the session, and using a flexible approach proved key to the result. With most people coming and expecting to be fishing for big summer weights, their tactics just weren't right on the day. Tight lines, Chris

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Our very own Chris Robson has been From Pallatrax
2016-10-07 20:20:26
****** BREAKING NEWS **** CATCH REPORT **** BREAKING NEWS ****** Our very own Chris Robson has been out on the bank and in competitive mood, here is his report about how he got on. Hi, all. Back on the bank at Forest Lane for a midweek open this week. Fishing on Oaklands Lake. The lake had been fishing well through the later part of the summer, with 100lb needed to frame in most matches. However, a couple of days of torrential rains and a change to cooler wind things could well be changing. So it was going to be a case of not placing all my eggs in one basket. I drew peg 8, middle of the lake and somewhere I fancied for a chance of a few fish. Plenty of water and more than enough options to keep me interested. I have been guilty in recent matches of trying to do too much, ending up splitting up my fish and not doing the pegs justice. So today I decided to stick to just two lines. One at sixteen metre's, which was to be my softly, softly catch anything line. Then a shorter line at six metre's at the base of the near slope. I planned to feed this spot heavier in the hope of some bonus fish. Baits for the day were plenty of maggots (boosted with a liberal coating of the ever reliable #Jungle overspray) and the new #Pallatrax groundbait pellets. At the all in, I fed three large pots of the pellets on the 6m line. Along with around half a pint of the boosted maggots. The idea being to leave this line to settle, building up the fishes confidence and hopefully give me a run of fish later in the match. I started the session on the long line, feeding regularly, and feeling my way into the game. Letting the fish tell me what they wanted, by trickling in a dozen or so maggots and the same of the 4mm groundbait pellets It took me 15 minutes to get a bite, a small Carp of around a pound. Keeping the bait trickling in through a small pot mounted on the pole was key It's so important to keep busy on a tricky day. Lifting and dropping the rig, almost teasing the fish into biting was the trick on this occasion. The match went pretty much to plan. Other than pulling out of a couple of good fish on a snag. I spent the first 3 hours putting a real mixed bag of smaller fish together. The variety of species is brilliant in this lake. Barbel, Goldfish, Roach, Rudd, Tench, Golden Tench, Perch, Golden Orfe, Crucians and every type of carp imaginable. Brilliant fishing. The last 2 hours I sat on the shorter line. It was slower going, but using a bunch of maggots (4/5) and on the heavier terminal tackle I was hoping for some bonus fish so it was a gamble. Thankfully on this occasion, it paid off. Four superb Barbel to about 5lb and several Carp of a similar stamp boosted my final weight. Rigs for the day consisted of 0.13 Gamma on the long line, to a size 16 hook. With a strung out shotting pattern to give more natural fall of the bait, also helping to catch the fish when gently lifting and dropping the rig back. I stepped up to 0.15 Gamma and size 14 hook for the short bonus fish line. With a bulk shot around 6" from the hook. To nail the bait down. The elastic choice was a doubled up 6 for the small fish and a double 8 for the big fish. I weighed in 86lb 12oz. With second place being 30lb, proving that making the right decisions and using top quality bait is critical. A fabulous and busy days fishing. Watching the conditions before the session, and using a flexible approach proved key to the result. With most people coming and expecting to be fishing for big summer weights, their tactics just weren't right on the day. Tight lines, Chris

Only way to travel #carplife #carpfishing https://t.co/pHLdZFJiMF From C4rPM4n_RoBsT3R
2016-06-27 07:17:39
Only way to travel #carplife #carpfishing https://t.co/pHLdZFJiMF

This week took me to a new venue for me. Squeezing

This week took me to a new venue for me. Squeezing matches in between work at the moment. Actually b From Pallatrax
2016-06-22 19:05:22
This week took me to a new venue for me. Squeezing matches in between work at the moment. Actually been nice to see some new places and Redwood park at Huby near York was today's choice. The match was fished on the redwood lake. With roughly 30 pegs, an island in the middle and willows around the margins it certainly looked the business. A quick word with the regulars at the draw at least gave me a few pointers. I drew peg 8, giving me the point fan island at about 30 meters. A nice looking margin and plenty of open water. Chose to fish the stonze system to the island, corn over the new pallatrax groundbait pellets down the edge and 4 mm pellets shallow at 14m. The regulars went straight out shallow and caught from the off. I started on the stone, and could only manage a few small stocky f1s and carp in the first 20 minutes. All the time I was pinging 15/20 pellets over my pole line every 30 seconds. I feel the longer you can leave a line, to gain the fishes confidence, the stronger it is when u go on it a quick look down the edge, with little reward, so it was time for shallow. Fed some pellets, shipped out and slapped the rig in, nothing happened!!!! Not what I'd hoped for. Went deeper, shallower, fed more, fed less, still nothing!! Hmmmm, now I was struggling!! Back on the tip for a couple of small carp, down the edge for similar results. All the time feeding shallow still. There was only an hour and a half to go now. I was well behind. Back out shallow, before I could even feed, the elastic was ripped out of the pole. That's more like it. From nowhere the peg had come alive!! For the next hour I couldn't get in fast enough!!!! Small carp and f1s and the occasional big f1 were now swirling and boiling every time I fed. I went absolutely full tilt. Don't think I could have done much more. It just took them some time to turn up. I felt like I was still behind those who'd caught from the off. But the scales would tell. Being last to weigh in, I had 56lb to beat. So was delighted to put 76lb on the board. I reckon I've had 70lb in an hour and 15 minutes. Absolutely brilliant fishing. Nice to get a win, especially at a new venue. Being organised, prepared and having confidence in the bait and tackle I'm using is really starting to pay off. Many thanks to all at team Pallatrax for giving me the opportunity to be invloved in such an exciting project, plenty more to come I am sure. Chris Robson. Pallatrax Match Team.

We hope you all enjoyed a brilliant Bank Holiday weekend

We hope you all enjoyed a brilliant Bank Holiday weekend and we would like to thank you all for part From Total Carp Magazine (Official Fan Page)
2016-05-31 13:30:19
We hope you all enjoyed a brilliant Bank Holiday weekend and we would like to thank you all for part taking in this amazing giveaway courtesy of the team at Sticky Baits Unfortunately as we posted there was only ever going to be four winners and they have been drawn. The winners are... Daniel Gerrard-Cook Dan Entichnap Paula Grainger Robson Green Could you please get in touch via DM and we will arrange delivery of your prize. If you didn't win do not despair, as this week we have another fantastic competition up for grabs so be sure to check back later this week to find out more.

Boys and their toys...
#carpfishing
#bowfishing
#newaddiction From Robyn.abner
2016-05-29 02:10:02
Boys and their toys... #carpfishing #bowfishing #newaddiction

Never know what you'll find in #fourmilerun. Read the

Never know what you'll find in #fourmilerun. Read the full feature and watch the video! LINK IN BIO: From Theminnowbucket
2016-05-12 00:40:03
Never know what you'll find in #fourmilerun. Read the full feature and watch the video! LINK IN BIO: http://theminnowbucket.net/?p=360 #fishing #flyfishing #flyfish #bass #crappie #tilapia #carp #carpfishing #catfish #sunfish #bluegill #dc #arlington #virginia #alexandria #4MR #fourmilerun #4milerun #fishtheunknown #fishtherapy #getoutside #tugisthedrug #catchandrelease #thetugisthedrug #tuglife #tuglyfe #fishon #ford #angling #rockfish @orvisarlington @orvistysonscorner @RobSnowhite @anglerapproved @theanglingreport

Never know what you'll find in #fourmilerun. Read the

Never know what you'll find in #fourmilerun. Read the full feature and watch the video! LINK IN BIO: From Theminnowbucket
2016-05-12 00:40:03
Never know what you'll find in #fourmilerun. Read the full feature and watch the video! LINK IN BIO: http://theminnowbucket.net/?p=360 #fishing #flyfishing #flyfish #bass #crappie #tilapia #carp #carpfishing #catfish #sunfish #bluegill #dc #arlington #virginia #alexandria #4MR #fourmilerun #4milerun #fishtheunknown #fishtherapy #getoutside #tugisthedrug #catchandrelease #thetugisthedrug #tuglife #tuglyfe #fishon #ford #angling #rockfish @orvisarlington @orvistysonscorner @RobSnowhite @anglerapproved @theanglingreport

Never know what you'll find in #fourmilerun. Read the

Never know what you'll find in #fourmilerun. Read the full feature and watch the video! LINK IN BIO: From Theminnowbucket
2016-05-10 13:05:03
Never know what you'll find in #fourmilerun. Read the full feature and watch the video! LINK IN BIO: http://theminnowbucket.net/?p=360 #fishing #flyfishing #flyfish #bass #crappie #tilapia #carp #carpfishing #catfish #sunfish #bluegill #dc #arlington #virginia #alexandria #4MR #fourmilerun #4milerun #fishtheunknown #fishtherapy #getoutside #tugisthedrug #catchandrelease #thetugisthedrug #tuglife #tuglyfe #fishon #ford #angling #rockfish @orvisarlington @orvistysonscorner @RobSnowhite @anglerapproved @theanglingreport

#striper on the fly. Read the full feature and watch

#striper on the fly. Read the full feature and watch the video! LINK IN BIO: http://theminnowbucket. From Theminnowbucket
2016-05-10 03:30:03
#striper on the fly. Read the full feature and watch the video! LINK IN BIO: http://theminnowbucket.net/?p=360 #fishing #flyfishing #flyfish #bass #crappie #tilapia #carp #carpfishing #catfish #sunfish #bluegill #dc #arlington #virginia #alexandria #4MR #fourmilerun #4milerun #fishtheunknown #fishtherapy #getoutside #tugisthedrug #catchandrelease #thetugisthedrug #tuglife #tuglyfe #fishon #angling #rockfish @orvisarlington @orvistysonscorner @RobSnowhite @anglerapproved @theanglingreport

Can you name this fish? Read the full feature and watch

Can you name this fish? Read the full feature and watch the video to find out! LINK IN BIO. 
#fishin From Theminnowbucket
2016-05-09 17:00:04
Can you name this fish? Read the full feature and watch the video to find out! LINK IN BIO. #fishing #flyfishing #flyfish #bass #crappie #tilapia #carp #carpfishing #catfish #sunfish #bluegill #dc #arlington #virginia #alexandria #4MR #fourmilerun #4milerun #fishtheunknown #fishtherapy #getoutside #tugisthedrug #thetugisthedrug #tuglife #tuglyfe #fishon #angling @orvisarlington @orvistysonscorner @RobSnowhite @anglerapproved

Went out for some carp this morning with @jayduta #percponds #creekfishing #carpfishing #carpangling From Str8up_robbie
2016-05-03 18:40:03
Went out for some carp this morning with @jayduta #percponds #creekfishing #carpfishing #carpangling #anglerlife #carplife #fishingtheglobe #linebreakers #fishingpRobs #fishingaddicts #bassbrigade #bassdynasty #rippinlips #basscartel #bigbassdreams

Robs off the mark from heron at 44lb 2 oz#abbeylakes

Robs off the mark from heron at 44lb 2 oz#abbeylakes #heronlake #happydays #carpfishing From Abbeylakesofficial
2016-04-08 13:55:02
Robs off the mark from heron at 44lb 2 oz#abbeylakes #heronlake #happydays #carpfishing

#carpwatch #carpfishinguk #carpfishing #fishinglife

#carpwatch #carpfishinguk #carpfishing #fishinglife #koicarp had my first kio out just over a week a From Jakehumm
2016-04-03 13:25:02
#carpwatch #carpfishinguk #carpfishing #fishinglife #koicarp had my first kio out just over a week ago at 18.02lb what a fish just look at the colours on it not my biggest but pRobs the best looking fish I've caught!!

Today was a good day pt2 #boilies #Robsbaitisthe

Today was a good day pt2 #boilies #<b>Robs</b>baitisthe ollocks #monkeyclimbermagazine #leadshed #na From Albinojay
2016-04-01 19:20:03
Today was a good day pt2 #boilies #Robsbaitisthe ollocks #monkeyclimbermagazine #leadshed #navitas #spomb #snugpak #radanglingdevelopments #carpfishing #bait #stickergameonpoint

*** Ssssst enjoy the silence. #wateRobservatie

*** Ssssst enjoy the silence. #wate<b>Robs</b>ervatie #sunset #nofilter #fish #likeaboss  #pioneerb From Pioneerbaits
2016-03-09 15:30:03
*** Ssssst enjoy the silence. #wateRobservatie #sunset #nofilter #fish #likeaboss  #pioneerbaits #boilies #baits #fishingbaits #kwo #carpfeeling #karpervissen #linebreakers #carp #carpfishing #fishing #paradise #naturelovers #instaporn #picoftheday #carpaddict #karpervissen #carpwatch #sunshine #naturelovers #naturephotography #nightfishing #underwaterworld #natureparadise #bigcarp #danglersnation #carpinfocus

Anyone ever caught a purple carp before? 😳 #Fishing

Anyone ever caught a purple carp before? 😳 #Fishing #Carp #CarpFishing #FishingP<b>Robs</b> From Fishingprobs
2016-02-19 00:00:04
Anyone ever caught a purple carp before? 😳 #Fishing #Carp #CarpFishing #FishingPRobs

Here's Robs 2nd bite of the year in the shape

Here's <b>Robs</b> 2nd bite of the year in the shape of this stunning common pushing the scales well From Steamies_by_individual_baits
2016-02-11 10:55:03
Here's Robs 2nd bite of the year in the shape of this stunning common pushing the scales well past the 40lb mark www.steamies.co.uk As usual Quality baits consistently catching the quality fish #steamies #steamiesbyindividualbaits #teamsteamies #individualbaits #itswhatitsallabout #carp #oncarp #carper #carpy #carpwatch #carpangling #carpfishing #carping #danglersnation #advancedcarp #totalcarp #skylakesfrance

I just think they feel gross lol #fish #fun #fishing

I just think they feel gross lol  #fish #fun #fishing #fishy #fishingislife #fishingp<b>Robs</b> #fu From Henry_jones91
2016-01-30 09:40:03
I just think they feel gross lol #fish #fun #fishing #fishy #fishingislife #fishingpRobs #funfishing #summer #summer2015 #carp #carpfishing #carpfish #bigfish #bigassfish #bigcarp #nicefish #nature#cheap #corn #rush #whatafight

I always let Austin grab my carp this guy broke my

I always let Austin grab my carp this guy broke my rod #fish #fun #fishing #fishy #fishingislife #fi From Henry_jones91
2016-01-30 09:30:03
I always let Austin grab my carp this guy broke my rod #fish #fun #fishing #fishy #fishingislife #fishingpRobs #funfishing #summer #summer2015 #carp #carpfishing #carpfish #bigfish #bigassfish #bigcarp #nicefish #nature