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Wychwood Stage Stand/Stabiliser

Posted Date: 21/11/17

If you like to use a T-Bar set-up on the bank, but struggle with wooden platforms, gravel swims or soft mud, then the new Wychwood Stage Stand/Stabiliser is the ...

Wychwood Cross Bars

Posted Date: 17/11/17

Brand-new to the Wychwood Metalware range are these Cross Bars. They'll convert your goalpost set-up to a pod to enable you to fish over whatever bank side ...

Carp Fishing at Farriers with Mark Wozencroft

Posted Date: 08/11/17

Mark has been consistently catching from his syndicate this year, and on this particular session he banked 5 carp to 38lb.

Wychwood Stash Bags

Posted Date: 29/09/17

The new Wychwood Stash Bags allow you to store all manner of things to either keep them dry, or prevent them from soiling your car, bivvy or home. With a ...

Wychwood Extricator 5000FD

Posted Date: 27/06/17

The brand-new Extricator 5000FD reel will be heading out to retailers on Friday, and will be available in shops from next week – £79.99. Whether you're fishing ...

To Catch A Forty

Posted Date: 05/06/17

After a difficult start to his season on The Carp Society's Farrier's syndicate, including losing several fish, Mark Wozencroft finally banked his first of the year – an ...

Wychwood System Select – How Do You Carry Yours?

Posted Date: 12/04/17

The System Select range is like no other. We're that confident in its quality it comes with a lifetime warranty policy, and as well as a water-resistant 600 denier ...

Wychwood System Select: Hookbait Bag

Posted Date: 11/04/17

With the same durable materials, hard-wearing waterproof base, strong SBS zips and excellent lifetime warranty policy, the Hookbait bag is the latest addition to ...

Wychwood Crimp Tool

Posted Date: 29/03/17

The Wychwood Crimp tool enables you to create short hook sections and rig booms with ease, and without wasting material. Crimps negate the need to tie fiddly ...

Wychwood Puffer Jacket Camo

Posted Date: 15/03/17

The benefits of down are well known, it's warm and compressible. We wanted to move with this concept forward in the Wychwood Carp Puffer Jacket and create ...

Wychwood Tech Hoody

Posted Date: 25/11/16

The Wychwood Tech Hoody offers a performance layer like nothing else in the range. A water resistant fabric wicks water away making light showers nothing to ...

Wychwood Light Waterproof's

Posted Date: 23/11/16

With the constant rain we're currently experiencing, it may be worth checking out our light weight, compact waterproof's. Not only do they pack down into their ...

Lou Bowes Short Sessions

Posted Date: 21/11/16

Working at a school, Louise Bowes takes full advantage of her early finish and often heads straight down to Frimley Pits to go after its residents. Here she ...

Wychwood System Select: Lead Bag

Posted Date: 18/11/16

The Wychwood System Select Lead Bag is part of the new luggage range with a 600D outer fabric and a hard-wearing, waterproof base. There's a strong handle ...

Wychwood System Select: Short Haul Rucksack

Posted Date: 15/11/16

The new System Select Short Haul Rucksack is in shops now, featuring two access points to the main compartment, bespoke SBS zips, a zip-off bottom section, ...

Wychwood System Select: Tackle Organiser

Posted Date: 10/11/16

The new System Select Tackle Organiser is the perfect piece of luggage to carry your terminal tackle to the bank. With several sections to accommodate your ...

NEW Wychwood Bib and Brace

Posted Date: 09/11/16

NEW Wychwood Bib and Brace – in stock now. Designed in-house by our clothing designer here at Wychwood HQ this performance garment combines comfort, ...

NEW Wychwood Parka

Posted Date: 08/11/16

Fully waterproof with an 8000mm hydrostatic head outer material and 5000g m2 breathability this coat is the perfect winter jacket for the impending winter.

Wychwood AVX-s Alarms

Posted Date: 01/11/16

Darryll Slater talks through the new AVX-s alarms from Wychwood, highlighting the key features and how to use them. The presentation set costs £179.99.

Small River Carping with Nick Helleur

Posted Date: 05/08/16

Never one to sit behind rods for days on end, Nick Helleur spends an evening and the following morning on a small stretch of river just a rod length or two wide.

Nick Helleur takes one off the surface

Posted Date: 03/08/16

A short edit of Nick creating an opportunity on the surface and going on to hook one of Fox Pool's residents. Web: http://www.wychwoodcarp.co.uk Fb: ...

Fox Pool Underwater Footage

Posted Date: 05/07/16

Nick Helleur recently captured some fish holding in the snags at Fox Pool. Read his full diary piece here: bit.ly/NickAdventureDiary1 Web: ...

Jon Mac In Session

Posted Date: 17/06/16

Jon Mac managed to land four fish on a water in Reading earlier this week, here's a short film picking out the highlights of his session, enjoy.

Nick Helleur Surface Fishing

Posted Date: 08/06/16

With the temperatures soaring, Nick Helleur banks a few stunning carp in a short afternoon free lining for carp on the surface.

Rick Hurley extols his most memorable capture from Frimley Pit 3

Posted Date: 27/04/16

Having fished the venue for some time now, Rick Hurley details his most memorable capture from the lake, and gives an insight into just why he still spends his ...

Canal Carp Fishing with Nick Helleur

Posted Date: 25/08/15

Wychwood's Nick Helleur heads down to a local stretch of the Grand Union Canal in pursuit of some of the elusive carp. Fishing short morning sessions and ...

Wychwood Solace/Signature Alarm Tip with Nick Helleur

Posted Date: 21/08/15

Nick has made a quick modification to his Wychwood Solace alarms to suit his style of fishing... Check it out!

Wychwood MHR Brolly and Compact Brolly

Posted Date: 09/06/15

Find us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Wychwoodtackle The Wychwood MHR brolly sets a new benchmark for short session shelters. Ultra light and ...

John Nicholas In Session - Big Commons On Wychwood Extricator Rods

Posted Date: 21/05/15

Join Wychwood consultant John Nicholas as he talks about how becoming a family man has changed his angling, making the most of his limited time see how ...

Wychwood Slug Bobbins: changing weights

Posted Date: 21/10/14

The new Slug bobbin from Wychwood feature a unique interchangeable weight system that allows you to adapt each bobbins to suit a particular situation. In this ...

Wychwood D-ploy: A closer look

Posted Date: 11/09/14

The D-Ploy is the latest chapter in Wychwood's extensive bivvy and shelter catalogue. In this video we run you through how to erect the D-ploy, plus we take a ...

Wychwood D-ploy: All Bases Covered

Posted Date: 08/09/14

Combining the portability of a brolly with the strength and room of a bivvy, the D-ploy is designed to give anglers who fish a variety of venues a base that will offer ...

Wychwood: Original Thinking...

Posted Date: 03/09/14

Wychwood tackle epitomises the modern carp angler, with a tackle range that suits every budget and design that is led by input from some of the best carp ...

Jon Mac's Stoneacres 20

Posted Date: 12/06/14

A quick snippet of Jon McAllister's recent 23lb 12oz stunner that was caught while shooting his series of features for CARPology magazine.

Wychwood Q&A: Jon Mac talks weedy waters

Posted Date: 20/11/13

Wychwood's Jon McAllister loves a weedy water and in this short video he talks about how he approaches waters that are full of the stuff!

Wychwood Q&A... Jon Mac on boilies

Posted Date: 07/11/13

Wychwood consultant Jon McAllister reveals how he looks at boilies, talking about how shape, size, food value and flavour dictates the baits he opts for. If you've ...

Wychwood Q&A... Jon Mac on line

Posted Date: 07/11/13

Wychwood consultant Jon McAllister gives his thoughts on what line is best for distance casting. If you've got a question you'd like to put to Jon or any of the ...

The Worm Wrap rap

Posted Date: 20/09/13

Pimp My Tackle found Neil, a lonely carp angler with a penchant for rap music, struggling to carry his rods wherever he went. Poor old Neil was using Sellotape ...

Essential Tackle - Wychwood's John Nicholas

Posted Date: 16/09/13

Wychwood consultant John Nicholas reveals some of the items of kit he carries with him that he can't live without... To get involved with Wychwood and see what ...

ACF at the Wychwood tradeshow 2013

Posted Date: 13/09/13

Wychwood has been unveiling it's latest range of products to the trade so we caught up with Advanced carp Fishing magazine editor, Tim Hodges, to grab a few ...

Tony's 'Alternative' Choddy

Posted Date: 10/09/13

Chod rigs have become a big thing in modern carp fishing but not everyone gets on with them. With this in mind, Wychwood consultant Tony Smeets has come ...

Meet the Wychwood team.... Andrew Endean

Posted Date: 09/09/13

We caught up with Wychwood's southwest consultant (and resident Cornish pasty expert) Andrew Endean to find out a bit about what makes him tick and to test ...

Wychwood Q&A - fish care with Jon McAllister

Posted Date: 04/09/13

Big fish expert Jon McAllister is back with more top advice, this talking through how he cares for the fish he catches. If you've got a question that you'd like Jon to ...

Wychwood Q&A - How to tie the Multi Rig

Posted Date: 03/09/13

Wychwood's big-fish expert, Jon McAllister, has long been associated with the Multi Rig and over the years he's proven its effectiveness with a string of massive ...

Wychwood Q&A - Jon Mac's top tips for big carp

Posted Date: 28/08/13

In the latest installment of his regular Q&A video surgery, big-carp expert Jon McAllister reveals his top tips to successfully and consistently catch big carp.

Q&A - Jon Mac's perfect marker float setup

Posted Date: 27/08/13

Big-fish expert Jon McAllister answers your questions in this new video series from Wychwood tackle, starting with how he sets up a marker float and his tips for ...

Win a Wychwood Epic Barrow Boss & Foldall

Posted Date: 24/08/13

We're giving you the chance to win the Epic Barrow Boss and Epic Foldall luggage, worth £139.98 in total. To enter simply film the most humorous clip of you ...

Accurate casting to a line clip

Posted Date: 15/08/13

Wychwood consultant Tony Smeets explains how he cast accurately using the Wychwood ACS clip and a line marker, essential viewing for anyone who wants to ...

Wychwood Epic Barrow Boss

Posted Date: 13/08/13

Wychwood has developed the ultimate solution for all anglers who want to be more organized, especially when it comes to loading up their barrow. Featuring a ...

Wychwood Epic Foldall

Posted Date: 13/08/13

Part of Wychwood tackle's extensive range of storage solutions, the Epic foldall offers the best features of a spacious holdall and combines it with an integrated, ...

Stick mixes for barbel

Posted Date: 15/07/13

Wychwood's resident all-rounder and Marukyu advocate John Nicholas explains what he uses when creating stick mixes for barbel To find out more about ...

First fish on a new water

Posted Date: 08/07/13

Wychwood's Tony Smeets has been out on a new water and has bagged his first of what we hope to be many.

Wychwood Solace alarms

Posted Date: 03/06/13

The new Solace alarms from Wychwood feature a compact design with a list of features only found on much more expensive alarms. Featuring wireless ...

  • Mark Wozencroft will often opt for maggots in colder water, but a differing lead arrangement gives him ultimate confidence and puts more carp on the bank.
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  • There has been lots of talk about boosting baits in recent years but one thing I have not seen much information on is how these ‘boosting’ procedures effect other aspects of the bait rather than just the attraction of them. The most obvious example of this is when you see someone complaining about the lack of buoyancy in a particular pop up and then you find out they have had them sitting in 2 inches of liquid for 6 months so I will start with how I boost my pop ups.
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  • Rather than a do’s and don’ts style pop-up tips piece, I’m going to share with you how I fish pop-ups, why how and where and give you some useful advice to think about. I’m not saying you need to rush out and change your components, switch your rigs up and change the bait you use, but this is more of a food for thought piece that may open your eyes and get you thinking differently about your pop-up fishing.
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  • I’d been enjoying my boat on the river immensely but had also been very much looking forward to some autumn fishing on the continent. I often find myself torn between home and away, especially this year, but I fish a lot and always have done so it’s essential that I keep my angling diverse in order to keep me motivated. I’d penciled in several trips for the autumn and the first was just around the corner.
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  • 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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