59 MINUTES OF VIDEO FEATURING DES SHIPP'S BEST-KEPT SECRETS
ISSUE 4 - JUNE 2015
59 minute HD video
54 page e-mag
Small fish can be a nuisance during the summer months and one way to keep them at bay is to fish with hard pellets. In Issue 4 of Think Fishing, Des takes the cameras to Hillview Lakes in Gloucestershire to reveal some pellet fishing tactics that will change the way you fish forever.
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Welcome to Issue 4 of Think Fishing and thanks to all of you who have subscribed or bought any of the first three issues. Thanks for all the positive comments too, I’m glad many of you are benefitting from Think Fishing and it’s great to hear of the success you’ve been having by following the advice .
As we move into June many of you will have problems avoiding small fish on commercials so I thought that would be an ideal subject to cover in this issue. The answer to targeting those quality fish is to fish with hard pellets but this can also lead to frustration, particularly on venues that have a soft, silty bottom, which most commercials have after you get beyond the ledge at 5m to 6m. The problem is that once the fish start feeding on the bottom they can start rooting around in the silt which causes the peg to fizz and makes fish much harder to catch. The key is to try and keep the fizzing to a minimum by feeding correctly and trying to avoid foul hooking fish.
To demonstrate my approach I went to Hillview Lakes in Gloucestershire, which has a good head of carp and F1s, so enjoy the video and e-mag and and if there’s anything you’d like to see me cover in future issues please get in touch with at email@example.com.
ISSUE 4 VIDEO TASTER...
IN THIS MONTH'S E-MAG...
Hard pellet fishing on commercials
Questions that didn't crop up during filming
Detailed look at Des' Rigs
Hillview Lakes, Gloucestershire
New tackle and bait releases that have caught the eye
Win Preston Innovations pellet waggler kit