Wychwood™

Here at Wychwood we design and produce some of the most innovative and effective products currently being sold within the market today. We invest a huge amount of time designing, testing and manufacturing products to ensure that they as good as they can be.

With over 25 years of producing fishing tackle to work from, we recognize that carp anglers come from all walks of life and that regardless of you budget, carp fishing is more than just a hobby, it’s a way of life. We produce kit that we believe will help you not only catch more fish, but help you indulge your passion.

Working closely with TEAMWychwood, our crew of experienced anglers who fish the length and breadth of the UK and beyond, we’re constantly aiming to redefine the tackle available to anglers who first and foremost want great value for money without compromising performance. Products like the simple Slug bobbin system sit alongside products such as our flagship 301-series rods and the amazing D-ploy shelter system.

We believe that no matter if you’ve only just started carp fishing or have a lifetime of carpy stories behind you, there’s a Wychwood product that will help you get maximum enjoyment from your time on the bank and as we all know, enjoyment is what carp fishing is all about.

 
  • It may not be everyone’s cup of tea, and it can be dificult to get everything set up with a solid bag, but this technique is a tactic well worth adding to your armoury. Not only is it a great presentation offering a mouthful of food to an inquisitive carp, but it also ensures your rig does not tangle, and can even be cast at great range due to the nature of the aerodynamics of a tightly-packed solid bag.
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  • I was back down the lake midweek for a quick night, arriving just before 7pm. The nights were now starting to draw in so I only had about an hour of daylight left. Based on experience I knew that the last hour of light was best used in locating fish rather than rushing to set up before dark. I was so well drilled on my overnighters, that setting up in the dark was not an issue and I was full of confidence when it came to finding spots and positioning rigs.
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  • Most of you reading this will have started out fishing for carp with bottom baits, whether that be luncheon meat, sweetcorn, boilie or pellet. Today they are often over-looked for pop-ups due to the nature of a pop-up fishing more effectively over a wider range of debris on the lake bed.
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  • Josh Satterley recently sent us this blog, detailing some bad new of a van break in followed by a great few months angling, catching plenty of big carp on his new gear.
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  • By overseas adventures I am of course talking about the road trip style missions where you truly never know where or on what type of venue you may end up on.
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  • Nick Helleur discusses the trials and tribulations of finally getting afloat on the mighty river Thames. After just a few sessions he’s banked some resident carp, and had about as much fun as a young man can fishing the river from the ease of a cabin cruiser – lovely times.
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  • I will typically take five kilos of boilie with me on any given session, like my current syndicate water Vinnetrow or a day-ticket lake for a weekend for example. You can always whack it back into the freezer or, if you prep it right, it can last over a week in a bucket perfectly fine. Whether you choose to air-dry your boilie, soak it, glug it or preserve it, as long as you do so effectively it will prolong the baits life before it turns beyond the point of being usable – remember that a bait on the turn can often be very effective as the sugars start top be released.
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  • With a limit of £10 to buy bait, Darryll Slater reverted to pulses and seeds in an attempt to have a great days angling, and boy did he have just that.
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  • An Interview with Duncan Arrandale, detailing the highs and lows of his first two full seasons on The Carp Society’s Farriers lake, despite sitting on the ticket for a number of years.
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  • Having racked up 15 nights at the start of this year, we visited Mark Wozencroft on the banks of The Carp Society’s coveted Farriers Lake to hear about the high and lows in the build up to his first fish back in Spring.
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  • With a new postcode and a new challenging venue to boot, Dan Whitford has signed a contract to join us here at Wychwood, ensuring he can focus solely on outwitting the lakes residents.
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  • There’s only one person that could judge the best fish between Heather The Leather and The Railway Leather, and that was the person who caught both. I caught Heather too, and yes it’s a historic fish, but to me personally, my favourite of the two was the Railway Leather.
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