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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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