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Methods

The method section illustrates with the aid of diagrams best fishing practices for each of the main disciplines. Float fishing on both still and running waters are discussed, including sections dedicated to casting and striking including playing and landing the fish. We start with float fishing covering both running and still water. The comprehensive feeder sections include the most popular rigs used by anglers today. Various rigs are discussed with the aid of illustrations include the chod, hair, helicopter, and zig rigs. Other rigs include the popular method feeder and the running leger which warrant sections all to themselves. Pole fishing methods are not forgotten with sections describing also with the aid of diagrams various set-ups for both still and running waters. The fly fishing sections describe set-up and best practices for trout on still and running waters and grayling including best rain-fed tactics. Each section includes illustrations to help re-enforce the descriptions. Predator fishing is not forgotten, with a comprehensive section discussing pike and dead-bates. Various rigs and tactics are discussed including 'stret pegging', the float leger rig, and the float paternoster rig.

Float

Float fishing on still water
Float fishing on running water
Casting
Striking, playing and landing

Feeder

Legering overview
The chod rig
The D rig
The hair rig
The helicopter rig
The zig zag rig
The method feeder rig
The running leger rig

Pole

Pole fishing on still waters
Pole fishing on running water

Fly

Grayling on running water
Brown trout on running water
Brown trout on still water

Predator

Pike fishing deadbaits

pearch location

pike deadbait

roach location

pearch location

pike deadbait

roach location