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New member Charlie, 17, is Straight among them.

New member Charlie, 17, is <b>Straight</b> among them. He had a 27 then this 28. Nice one! #bigcarp From Stgeorgeslake
2019-08-02 13:46:04
New member Charlie, 17, is Straight among them. He had a 27 then this 28. Nice one! #bigcarp #carpfishing https://t.co/ptX464FeHC

Sun's out great day for teaching carp anglers to cast

Sun's out great day for teaching carp anglers to cast long and <b>Straight</b> #tetuitions #CarpFish From TerryEdmondsLRA
2019-02-11 14:35:37
Sun's out great day for teaching carp anglers to cast long and Straight #tetuitions #CarpFishing https://t.co/4EnKdtXdWo

Bait Straight out the bag (and avoiding the

Bait <b>Straight</b> out the bag (and avoiding the water birds) » Questbaits From Www.questbaits.com
2018-07-22 17:00:02
Bait Straight out the bag (and avoiding the water birds) » Questbaits

Straight from work to lake, got the rods out just in

Straight from work to lake, got the rods out just in time for a nice sunset. #carpfishing https://t. From Carper_Jones
2017-11-17 18:49:20
Straight from work to lake, got the rods out just in time for a nice sunset. #carpfishing https://t.co/6klD7nW1yz

Biggest carp of my life and boom hook is <b>Straight</b>ened #carp #carpfishing #bigfish https://t.c From Gaviscon1987
2017-07-25 16:02:11
Biggest carp of my life and boom hook is Straightened #carp #carpfishing #bigfish https://t.co/NxttMHsKfi

***NEW Black Label Line Guards*** Designed primarily

***NEW Black Label Line Guards***
Designed primarily for anglers fishing on the continent, these new From Fox International
2017-05-29 20:00:46
***NEW Black Label Line Guards*** Designed primarily for anglers fishing on the continent, these new additions can help you land carp from the harshest environments in a much safer manner... • Designed to screw onto banksticks/stormpoles to keep mainline safe from weed/debris when Continental-style boat angling • Two models available: C-Guard and Y-Guard • Y-Guards are used to keep the line out of the water in a Straight line, for example over a weedbed or debris in the margins • C-Guards are used to adjust the angle of line around an obstacle, for example around marginal reeds/rushes. Or to create a safer line angle to the rod tip when fishing at extreme angles left or right • Both features light reflective strip for easy location with head torch at night

***NEW Edges Chod Rigs*** • Constructed from Edges

***NEW Edges Chod Rigs***
• Constructed from Edges Rigidity Trans Khaki stiff monofilament
• Fea From Fox International
2017-04-21 19:30:38
***NEW Edges Chod Rigs*** • Constructed from Edges Rigidity Trans Khaki stiff monofilament • Featuring Edges Stiff Rig Beaked hooks • Breaking strain matches hook size: 25lb (11.3kg) for sizes 6, 7 and 8 and 30lb (13.6kg) for sizes 4 and 5 • Also feature Edges Micro Hook Ring Swivel on the D for mounting hookbait onto and a size 11 Flexi Ring Swivel • Supplied on foam discs that can be loaded Straight into your Multi Chod & Zig Bin • 3 rigs per packet • Micro Barbed and Barbless options available (Barbless only available in hook sizes 6 and 8) • Available in Standard and Short sizes

The new Edges Chod Rigs will be available in 2 sizes

The new Edges Chod Rigs will be available in 2 sizes and come supplied on foam discs that slot <b>St From Fox International
2017-04-17 20:00:48
The new Edges Chod Rigs will be available in 2 sizes and come supplied on foam discs that slot Straight into your Multi Chod & Zig Bin 😎

Kevin Clarke fished for a few hours Straight

Kevin Clarke fished for a few hours <b>Straight</b> from work and managed these two lovely commons. From Hinders Fishing Superstore
2017-04-14 07:00:58
Kevin Clarke fished for a few hours Straight from work and managed these two lovely commons. Nut 365 Pop-ups doing the business. #nut365

*** On The Bank With Luke Norris *** I arrived for

*** On The Bank With Luke Norris ***
I arrived for a short overnighter and decided to fish on Hunts From Hinders Fishing Superstore
2017-04-03 04:55:32
*** On The Bank With Luke Norris *** I arrived for a short overnighter and decided to fish on Hunts Corner on the Linear Fisheries Official complex. Whilst on a lap of the lake I spotted some fish showing up the top end along a reed line, so I jumped Straight into the swim and cast out some solid bags filled with Hinders Mini Combo. My hookbaits were CC Moore Dairy Supreme Pop-ups. A quick cast to showing fish resulted with my 1st take, that came within half hour of turning up "a lovely 17.5lb mirror" Around an hour later I had another run, that turned out to be a 29lb mirror. The action slowed but just before packing up I did manage another carp in the shape of this stunning a 18lb 1oz common. Luke Hinders Fishing Superstore - Well done Luke, I'm sure more will follow. Our very own Mr Hewitt has recently had a fantastic result using his very own "Ultimate Pva Bag Mix" Click below for more info. (https://hinders.co.uk/products/the-ultimate-pva-bag-mix-special-offer) - Hewitts bag mix — Products shown: THE ULTIMATE PVA BAG MIX SPECIAL OFFER and Mini Combo .

*** On The Bank With Luke Norris *** I arrived for

*** On The Bank With Luke Norris ***
I arrived for a short overnighter and decided to fish on Hunts From Hinders Fishing Superstore
2017-04-01 18:45:49
*** On The Bank With Luke Norris *** I arrived for a short overnighter and decided to fish on Hunts Corner on the Linear Fisheries Official complex. Whilst on a lap of the lake I spotted some fish showing up the top end along a reed line, so I jumped Straight into the swim and cast out some solid bags filled with Hinders Mini Combo. My hookbaits were CC Moore Dairy Supreme Pop-ups. A quick cast to showing fish resulted with my 1st take, that came within half hour of turning up "a lovely 17.5lb mirror" Around an hour later I had another run, that turned out to be a 29lb mirror. The action slowed but just before packing up I did manage another carp in the shape of this stunning a 18lb 1oz common. Luke Hinders Fishing Superstore - Well done Luke, I'm sure more will follow. Our very own Mr Hewitt has recently had a fantastic result using his very own "Ultimate Pva Bag Mix" Click below for more info. (https://hinders.co.uk/products/the-ultimate-pva-bag-mix-special-offer) - Hewitts bag mix — Products shown: THE ULTIMATE PVA BAG MIX SPECIAL OFFER and Mini Combo .

***STUNNER ALERT***
Check out this stunner for Fox-sponsored Kris Garrett! 
Chris used rigs tied fro From Fox International
2017-03-21 12:10:31
***STUNNER ALERT*** Check out this stunner for Fox-sponsored Kris Garrett! Chris used rigs tied from a host of Edges rig components including the new Stiff Rig Straight hooks - top work Kris!

***NEWS FLASH***NEWS FLASH***NEWS FLASH*** Team Member

***NEWS FLASH***NEWS FLASH***NEWS FLASH***

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

Ollie Gurr was quick to react to the weather warming

Ollie Gurr was quick to react to the weather warming up recently, heading <b>Straight</b> for a walk From Sticky Baits
2017-03-14 19:30:39
Ollie Gurr was quick to react to the weather warming up recently, heading Straight for a walk around Fox Pool to see if its residents had woken up. Ollie quickly found a large group of fish, sunning themselves in a big set of snags, and made the decision to bait an area close by with a mix of Hemp, Manilla pellets, Corn and chopped Manilla, and then return a few days later. Ollie's plan worked perfectly, as it wasn’t long after his return, that he had an incredible fish known as “The Dark Mirror” safely in his net at a staggering 42lbs. Well done Ollie. #Manilla

***NEWS FLASH***NEWS FLASH***NEWS FLASH*** Pallatrax

***NEWS FLASH***NEWS FLASH***NEWS FLASH***

Pallatrax Team Member Terry Bell has been out recently w From Pallatrax
2017-03-12 15:00:22
***NEWS FLASH***NEWS FLASH***NEWS FLASH*** Pallatrax Team Member Terry Bell has been out recently which resulted in a lovely Mirror. Terry told us; "After some awful weather the last few weeks and then a week working away from home, I had a spare two hours in my day today so I popped down to my stalking water. The weather was overcast, slightly drizzly and 12 degrees but I found carp almost as soon as I arrived at the lake by looking in a snag I know well. As I was so short on time and the fish appeared to be off the bottom, I decided to freeline bread flake mounting it directly onto a size 10 Gripz hook. Unfortunately, they were very wary and would not take the bait so I moved around the lake to see if I could find any others. I spotted more fish along the way but none were within reach of a freelined bait until I got to a tree I often see carp under. Before I even got very close, I saw the water move as a carp disturbed the surface with his tail. A very nice common of around 20lb was cruising just under the surface with a mirror of similar size. I will at this point mention that there are very few carp over 20lb in this lake but they are all really old English characters so well worth fishing for. As I lowered my sinking bread flake in, the mirror came towards it only to turn at the last moment, so I allowed it to sink to the bottom in about three feet of water. The common then drifted over, tipped down by the bait and looked at it before swimming off. I left the bait there and waited, knowing that the fish would eventually return which they did. This time in company with a third smaller carp. The common had another look at the bread and moved past, then the smaller fish came over and went down towards the bait. As my view was blocked I was unsure if the bread went into the mouth so I didn't dare strike, I had to wait and see if the line moved. As the fish slowly drifted away, the line moved and I lifted into the fish. I would love to say it was a great fight but in truth, the fish hit the surface on its side Straight away. It's often like this at this time of the year where they haven't quite woken from the winter but that can be a blessing. A lovely fully scaled mirror of 11lb 4oz was held up for the camera before I had to dash back home a happy angler." Well done Terry, a lovely catch! We look forward to hearing about further successes on the Pallatrax range soon. #gripz #catchmorefish #carpfishinguk #edge #Angling #fishing #karpfen #karp #carpe #carplife #instagram #fishing Terry Bell Instagram: pallatrax_angling shop.pallatrax.co.uk/gripz/

Always good to get an update from @vortex_carp_boats

Always good to get an update from @vortex_carp_boats main man Arjan <b>Straight</b> from the bank ov From Navitas Angling
2017-02-25 11:15:54
Always good to get an update from @vortex_carp_boats main man Arjan Straight from the bank over in Morocco, epic start to his trip! Keep them coming mate... #navitasoutdoors #navitasangling #navitas #nvts #carp #fishing #angling #apparel #outfitters #fb #travel http://ift.tt/2mvxshE

Cryogen Para-Point...available from mid-March. This

Cryogen Para-Point...available from mid-March.

This is the absolute ‘enforcer’ of the range. Th From ESP Carpgear
2017-02-22 14:35:08
Cryogen Para-Point...available from mid-March. This is the absolute ‘enforcer’ of the range. The medium length shank, with an almost crystal bend and inclined point make this an incredibly strong shape, further enhanced by the heavy forging and Cryogen tempering process. The long, fine needle sharp point, further enhanced by the slick Tufflon coating ensures excellent hook holds and the Straight eye allows this pattern to be highly versatile as a bottom bait or pop up hook, with or without shrink tube or a line aligner sleeve. The Straight eye makes it especially effective for a Tungsten Loaded ‘D-Rig’ where the Straight eye acts to increase the gape. The ‘Para’ has already become a real favourite amongst our testers and looks set to be the ‘go to’ all-rounder.

Cryogen Para-Point...available from mid-March. This

Cryogen Para-Point...available from mid-March.

This is the absolute ‘enforcer’ of the range. Th From ESP Carpgear
2017-02-21 14:35:10
Cryogen Para-Point...available from mid-March. This is the absolute ‘enforcer’ of the range. The medium length shank, with an almost crystal bend and inclined point make this an incredibly strong shape, further enhanced by the heavy forging and Cryogen tempering process. The long, fine needle sharp point, further enhanced by the slick Tufflon coating ensures excellent hook holds and the Straight eye allows this pattern to be highly versatile as a bottom bait or pop up hook, with or without shrink tube or a line aligner sleeve. The Straight eye makes it especially effective for a Tungsten Loaded ‘D-Rig’ where the Straight eye acts to increase the gape. The ‘Para’ has already become a real favourite amongst our testers and looks set to be the ‘go to’ all-rounder.

Cryogen Para-Point...available from mid-March. This

Cryogen Para-Point...available from mid-March.

This is the absolute ‘enforcer’ of the range. Th From ESP Carpgear
2017-02-19 01:25:09
Cryogen Para-Point...available from mid-March. This is the absolute ‘enforcer’ of the range. The medium length shank, with an almost crystal bend and inclined point make this an incredibly strong shape, further enhanced by the heavy forging and Cryogen tempering process. The long, fine needle sharp point, further enhanced by the slick Tufflon coating ensures excellent hook holds and the Straight eye allows this pattern to be highly versatile as a bottom bait or pop up hook, with or without shrink tube or a line aligner sleeve. The Straight eye makes it especially effective for a Tungsten Loaded ‘D-Rig’ where the Straight eye acts to increase the gape. The ‘Para’ has already become a real favourite amongst our testers and looks set to be the ‘go to’ all-rounder.

Cryogen Para-Point...available from mid-March. This

Cryogen Para-Point...available from mid-March.

This is the absolute ‘enforcer’ of the range. Th From ESP Carpgear
2017-02-18 17:10:11
Cryogen Para-Point...available from mid-March. This is the absolute ‘enforcer’ of the range. The medium length shank, with an almost crystal bend and inclined point make this an incredibly strong shape, further enhanced by the heavy forging and Cryogen tempering process. The long, fine needle sharp point, further enhanced by the slick Tufflon coating ensures excellent hook holds and the Straight eye allows this pattern to be highly versatile as a bottom bait or pop up hook, with or without shrink tube or a line aligner sleeve. The Straight eye makes it especially effective for a Tungsten Loaded ‘D-Rig’ where the Straight eye acts to increase the gape. The ‘Para’ has already become a real favourite amongst our testers and looks set to be the ‘go to’ all-rounder.

Cryogen Para-Point...available from mid-March. This

Cryogen Para-Point...available from mid-March.

This is the absolute ‘enforcer’ of the range. Th From ESP Carpgear
2017-02-18 10:15:11
Cryogen Para-Point...available from mid-March. This is the absolute ‘enforcer’ of the range. The medium length shank, with an almost crystal bend and inclined point make this an incredibly strong shape, further enhanced by the heavy forging and Cryogen tempering process. The long, fine needle sharp point, further enhanced by the slick Tufflon coating ensures excellent hook holds and the Straight eye allows this pattern to be highly versatile as a bottom bait or pop up hook, with or without shrink tube or a line aligner sleeve. The Straight eye makes it especially effective for a Tungsten Loaded ‘D-Rig’ where the Straight eye acts to increase the gape. The ‘Para’ has already become a real favourite amongst our testers and looks set to be the ‘go to’ all-rounder.

Adam Penning reveals “After nearly two decades of

Adam Penning reveals “After nearly two decades of using a cold-water approach that revolved around From Sticky Baits
2017-02-17 17:15:34
Adam Penning reveals “After nearly two decades of using a cold-water approach that revolved around maggots, for the last couple of years much of my winter angling has reverted to Straight boilie fishing. Clean, simple and very effective, and it’s made a refreshing change”. To find out some of Adams little edges for getting the best from his boilies, check out the latest Sticky Guide online: http://stickybaits.com/sticky-guide-002/

Cryogen Para-Point...available from mid-March. This

Cryogen Para-Point...available from mid-March.

This is the absolute ‘enforcer’ of the range. Th From ESP Carpgear
2017-02-16 13:00:13
Cryogen Para-Point...available from mid-March. This is the absolute ‘enforcer’ of the range. The medium length shank, with an almost crystal bend and inclined point make this an incredibly strong shape, further enhanced by the heavy forging and Cryogen tempering process. The long, fine needle sharp point, further enhanced by the slick Tufflon coating ensures excellent hook holds and the Straight eye allows this pattern to be highly versatile as a bottom bait or pop up hook, with or without shrink tube or a line aligner sleeve. The Straight eye makes it especially effective for a Tungsten Loaded ‘D-Rig’ where the Straight eye acts to increase the gape. The ‘Para’ has already become a real favourite amongst our testers and looks set to be the ‘go to’ all-rounder.

What Do You Prefer? Straight point or Beaked point

What Do You Prefer?

Straight point or Beaked point hooks for your Chod and Hinged Stiff Rigs? From Fox International
2017-02-16 12:20:42
What Do You Prefer? Straight point or Beaked point hooks for your Chod and Hinged Stiff Rigs?

**** Bryan Tuck and Dale Diamond are off to a flier***

From Hinders Fishing Superstore
2017-02-10 17:25:35
**** Bryan Tuck and Dale Diamond are off to a flier*** "The morning had all gone wrong for me and I finally arrived at the lake around midday. The wind had started to pick and a light rain had started. I had a wander around with the bivvy over my shoulder and quite quickly saw a few swirls in peg 11. I thought this is as good a sign as any so I set the bivvy up and headed Straight back to the van for the rest of my kit. Once I was all set up I decided to get some bait in. I used a mixture of hemp, tigers, 10mm nut365, chopped 14mm nut365, cell and essential cell chops with a little bit of corn added. I put in 15 midi spombs to start with and this resulted in a take on the 14mm nut 365 within the hour but unfortunately I lost the fish. My good friend Dale Diamond turned up at 2pm and I helped him get set up by wrapping his rods to a spot we fish quite often in peg 10. Within the hour he was sorted and decided to get some bait out, again using a very similar mix to mine but without the sweetcorn as he was trying to avoid the bream getting on the bait. I put a fresh bait on and cast it back to the spot. Again half an hour and the same rod was away again resulting in a lovely 13lb common in the bottom of my net. Dale cast both rods to his spot, one rig using 14mm nut 365 topped by a 10mm white pop up the second using a 14mm nut365 tipped with a 10mm pink pop up. I decided to fish the nut against the cell and essential cell to see which on performed the best, so I put a 14mm nut on one and a cell on the other. As the darkness set in my left hand rod was away again, only a scraper double this time and it was the nut365 rod doing the business again! A few hours later and Dales left hand rod tore off and another mid double common was sitting nicely in the back of the net. Dale was busy right into the small hours snaring 5 mid doubles! The rest of my night was very quiet so I managed a few hours sleep! The daylight hours on the venue this time of year is generally very quiet so around 4pm we decided to put some more bait in ready for the night feed! I had issues with my alarms so had to leave the lake to get new batteries and on my travels my hunger got the better of me so I picked up a Chinese. I managed to get back and have some food and got the rods back into the water just before dark. Dales rods fell silent throughout the night with not so much as a beep. I felt like bite time had past as I saw the clock tick past midnight so I settled down and got into my sleepingbag. In typical fashion just 20 minutes later and the left hand rod melted off. Again only a scraper double but a very welcome one none the less . I thought it was gonna kick off from then but nope that was it for the night! We had a cracking session and caught plenty of fish on the nut 365 and cannot wait to get back out there and catch some more"

*** Winter stunner for Adam Lomax *** I took the new

*** Winter stunner for Adam Lomax ***
I took the new bait to my local water Sunday morning for the f From Hinders Fishing Superstore
2017-02-05 16:00:45
*** Winter stunner for Adam Lomax *** I took the new bait to my local water Sunday morning for the first time, I could only spare 4 hours fishing so decided I'd just fish simple blowback rigs with a 14mm Nut 365 Straight out the bag tipped with fake corn and a 4 bait stringer. I had a lovely 21lb mirror that took a liking to the bait, must say I'm very impressed with the quality of the bait and can't wait to take it back out again! Adam #nut365

Come on guys, pop in to the Brentwood Carp Show and

Come on guys, pop in to the Brentwood Carp Show and head <b>Straight</b> to stand 194 for an unbeata From Total Carp Magazine
2017-01-28 10:50:22
Come on guys, pop in to the Brentwood Carp Show and head Straight to stand 194 for an unbeatable subscription pack and have a chat with the team!

***Invisi-Link Competition Time*** After the phenomenal

***Invisi-Link Competition Time***

After the phenomenal success of our camo Trick-Link monofilament From Gardner Tackle
2017-01-27 17:25:34
***Invisi-Link Competition Time*** After the phenomenal success of our camo Trick-Link monofilament, Gardner Tackle is excited to introduce a brand new specialist Fluorocarbon boom and hooklink material called Invis-Link. For customers that love the benefits of 100% Fluorocarbon lines, this is the one! It has a lovely level of rigidity (not too soft and not to stiff) and being manufactured from ultra high grade Fluorocarbon offers an awesome level of camouflage over a variety of substrates – though it really excels on clean spots. Invisi-Link is absolutely ideal for use on Ronnies, Clones, Hinged Stiff Links and Combi-rigs – in fact it’s a great alternative to use on any rig that potentially benefits from a monofilament hooklink/boom. It knots nicely, is ultra reliable and steams out Straight – helping you rigs remain tangle free… Invisi-Link is available in 20lb, 25lb and 30lb breaking strains on 25m spools. All you have to do, is simply LIKE, SHARE and TAG TWO FRIENDS in the comments box below. Three lucky winners will be chosen at random to win 2 spools of our new Invisi-Link. Winners will be announced on Monday 30th January. http://gardnertackle.co.uk/product/invisi-link/

A welcome surprise on a cold morning! Almost as surprising

A welcome surprise on a cold morning! Almost as surprising as what happened after releasing the fish From Carl and Alex Fishing
2016-12-14 18:01:21
A welcome surprise on a cold morning! Almost as surprising as what happened after releasing the fish where I slipped Straight into the lake. IT WAS COLD!