Category Archives for Coarse Fishing

Salmon Fishing Tips: Summer Spinning

It must be agreed that many anglers do all their salmon fishing with a minnow. Although spinning in spring is widely regarded as a fair method of getting fish out of high, cold rivers there is possibly less to be … Continue reading

18. July 2011 by admin
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Tench: Bait, Tackle and Fishing Methods

Baits There are three hook-baits which are consistently successful lures for tench; these are worms, maggots, and bread. Tench can be taken with other baits at times, but when they cannot be tempted with one or other of these three, … Continue reading

17. July 2011 by admin
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Coarse Fishing for Tench: Tinca tinca

The tench (Tinca tinca) is one of the most easily identified of the coarse fishes. The depth of its colouring may vary a little according to environment, but it is usually a dark green on the back, blending into a … Continue reading

17. July 2011 by admin
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Fishing Methods for Catching Rudd

By far the best form of presentation for rudd is at, or close to, the surface. In deep lakes, the bottom weeds often grow up to within a few feet of the surface. In marginal waters these weeds usually break … Continue reading

16. July 2011 by admin
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Bait and Tackle for Rudd Fishing

Baits Almost any ROACH bait will also succeed for rudd and improvisation with grubs, pond skaters, and insects from marginal weed will often prove successful. Among the best baits are bread derivatives, worms, maggots, chrysalids, and natural and articial flies … Continue reading

16. July 2011 by admin
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Rudd: What the Fisherman Should Know

The rudd (Scardinius erythrophthalmus) is also called red eye, azurine, blue roach (and, in Ireland, roach). The back is green-brown, grey-brown, green-blue, or intermediate. The flanks are pale yellow in the young fish, becoming brassy as it gets older, and … Continue reading

16. July 2011 by admin
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Types of Fishing Tackle Used for Catching Roach

The only generalization possible about roach rods is that they should be as light as prevailing conditions will permit, which in itself allows for tremendous variety. The rod and line must match. (Test-curve figures for the rod will give maximum … Continue reading

16. July 2011 by admin
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Fishing Methods Used for Catching Roach

The majority of roach caught during the season undoubtedly fall to the float-fisherman, who has innumerable modifications of the style at his disposal. The various forms of float-fishing are usually adopted not simply from preference, but according to the water … Continue reading

16. July 2011 by admin
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Types of Bait Used for Catching Roach

Provided the fish are in a feeding mood they will eat or sample practically anything which looks or smells edible, as long as it appears also to be natural. This means that the roach angler has a very wide range … Continue reading

16. July 2011 by admin
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Roach: What the Fisherman Should Know

The roach (Rutilus rutilus) is subject to considerable variety in colour and shape. The back is blue-black, blue-green, grey-green, grey-brown, or green, and the flanks are either predominantly silvery or bronzed. The silver-flanked fish is the more common, probably because … Continue reading

16. July 2011 by admin
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