Have you ever made “The Brick”?

A lot of people fish with boilies but did you know that in the early 90’s boilie paste was simply put into blocks and boiled.  These days people are used to fishing by simply chucking a load of boilies out and waiting for the fish to eat. The great thing about making the brick is

Baitwize catch report for Steve Berrington

On Thursday 20th July 2017, I went to my local lakes which is Manor Farm Fisheries, Biggleswade. I arrived at 7:00 am and both rods in by 8:00 am The carp where topping everywhere and some anglers were casting to them ( I usually do but not today!) I had a game plan , a bar at 12

FESS and UKNWCU sign Information Sharing Agreement

Fisheries Enforcement Support Service and UK National Wildlife Crime Unit sign Information Sharing Agreement The Angling Trust has signed an important Information Sharing Agreement with the UK National Wildlife Crime Unit, setting out the framework and protocols for the sharing of information and intelligence in a legally compliant, secure and responsible way. To read the

The perfect simple sea fishing rig

If you are a sea fisherman you will have probably already used this rig and if you are new to sea fishing this is the perfect rig for you to learn how to make. The pulley rig has been used for years and is relatively easy to make,  this video we found on YouTube from

Session Report from Pallatrax owner Simon Pomeroy

After a successful Pallatrax Open Day at the iconic retail store Fosters of Birmingham, I was kindly offered the opportunity by Tom and Richard of Fosters to fish one of their syndicate lakes – Penn Hall Fishery. The chance to wet a line overnight or trog back down the M5 for several hours it was