Here, Method balls are cast in amongst the fish. They dont seem very impressed and after watching this video nor am I…
Here the camera has been disturbed by a fish and the camera cable is in in clear view. Watch as the carp are happy to feed around and sometimes under […]
I tied the worst I could and then videoed it. I thought that rig tying wasn’t that important, turns out its crucially important. The fish rejected the rig about 20 […]
These fish seem to have developed a boilie phobia. Watch as they spook when one pop’s in their mouth.
I have seen fish rub thier flanks many times before. But nothing like this! What does this fish think its doing?
Here by popular demand, the naked Chod rig and how it settles in weed.
FINALLY MASTERED VIDEOING AT NIGHT. HOWEVER ITS THE WRONG TIME OF YEAR. I WILL RETURN TO THIS EXITING NEW DEVELOPMENT IN THE SPRING WHEN ITS A BIT WARMER AT NIGHT…
I wonder what this fish thinks it is achieving here? I have never seen behaviour like this before.
Watch as this carp gets hooked on the popup. Is this an example of what some anglers say? It’s easier to catch a moving fish than a stationary one?
Watch as the carp feed by my camera cable not spooking at all. Quote this video next time someone tells you to use slack lines
Watch as they get one in their mouth they spook.