Wednesday, 08 January 2014 11:00

Winter fishing tips for big Carp - how to catch big carp in winter


UK Fisherman are delighted to bring you a series of carp fishing videos courtesy of The Totally Awesome Fishing Show, designed to help anglers with a range of carp angling techniques and tactics.

Totally Awesome Fishing videosIf like me, you are a bit of a fair weather angler and believe that fish don't really feed in the winter months, then this video is for you.

Catching any carp in the winter months is always an event, but catching big winter carp requires being in the right place, at the right time, with the best baiting technique. Graeme and Mike Pullen get an exclusive interview with big carp enthusiast Tommy Flower at the famous Thorpe Lea Fishery. A small, one-day gap in the weather see our duo out with their camera's to collect as many tips for beginners as they can. Tommy really comes up with the goods, catching big double figure carp, and lots of 20-pounders, one after the other! It really does turn into a Totally Awesome epic carp film, and it's all brand new, filmed and edited within a matter of hours. With information to learn new carp tips, and top quality filming, it is little wonder The Totally Awesome Fishing Show is the only one to watch.

More angling videos form The Totally Awesome Fishing Show can be found by visint their YouTube channel or you can check out their Facebook page

Video courtesy of The Totally Awesome Fishing Show


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