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Nash’s Neil Golden visits Weston Park

  You join me on a recent excursion to Weston Park in Staffordshire which is one of the RH Fisheries syndicates. The lake was created in 1812 and is flooded with history and some very recognisable  anglers have enjoyed the surroundings over the years.  RH Fisheries took the lake over in 1999 and it’s a

Solar Tackle’s Martin Locke catches a beast

Solar Tackle’s Martin Locke has returned from a spring trip to Rainbow Lake, where this impressive 64lb common topped a 7-fish tally in some tricky conditions. Martin explains: “The eagerly awaited spring time trip to Rainbow brought with is less than favourable conditions this time around. My weeklong session was spent on the Island swim

A fantastic session for Solar Tackles Jake Anderson

Solar Tackle Team member Jake Anderson has landed three near 40lb UK carp in one weekend from a Mid Kent Fisheries water, landing both of his target fish, and all while out testing some new bait samples for the first time.  Jake explains: “I arrived at the lake after work on Thursday afternoon for a 48-hour

Filtered lake water for your tea or coffee?

How many of you carry huge bottles of water with you when you go fishing for tea, coffee or cooking?  Anthony has been fishing for nearly thirty years and plays around with bushcraft too, quite often ending up combining his two favourite hobbies. Now you may wonder what bushcraft has got to do with fishing,

Preparing Chickpeas

PREPARING CHICKPEAS Well the first thing you will need to do is put a layer of chickpea’s into a saucepan as shown in the photo.  You want enough to put maybe two layers of peas on the bottom. Next you want to add your flavouring, colouring and any additives such as Corn Steep Liquor or