MATCH FISHING – MARCH ISSUE
Tom’s on the River Don in
Top stars from the world of match fishing answer your questions – and there are some great prizes from Fox Match for every question we publish.
Match Winning Tactics
Coxy’s Match Talk
Places for the Mosella Garbolino Silver Festival were sold out weeks before the event. The big question was – who would win the ‘Lodge sweep’?
The Big Step Up
What a day THAT was!
Welsh international Ian Hughes recalls the day he won the Shrewsbury All Winners final.
The second Garbolino sponsored silver fish festival at White Acres was eagerly awaited by everyone who fished it last year. But would it fish as well this time round?
We talk to Mark Wainwright, Grant Albutt and Derek Willan and get them to show us the rigs that have won them big money recently!
O’Brien On Carp
In the final part of this fascinating mini-series we reveal the various Method Feeder rigs that Craig uses to such great effect.
All the latest gear that’s either just hit or about to hit the shops and what we think of it.
Loch Ken Winter Festival
Loch Ken regular Dave Swain reflects on another very good festival there. If you think you can accurately cast a long way, read this to be certain!
Sorting Out The Stampers
Bloodworm and joker fishing on canals is not all about catching lots of tiny fish. Darren Bolton has some useful tips up his sleeve for targeting a better stamp.
What was happening in the world of match fishing 10 years ago? We turn the clock back to look at the March 1996 issue of Match Fishing to find out…
Which is the more skilful – natural or commercial fishing? Keith looks at both disciplines to find the answer.
Thinking Out Loud
We put 25 questions to Garbolino backed Darren Cox.
It’s the feature that every match angler dreads being in! Will YOU be included this month?
With years of bloodworm and joker experience gleaned from the tough canal circuit, you would have thought Jon Arthur would know what he was doing with the same baits for winter F1s. Er, perhaps not!
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