Fantastic new episode of TTOD!
After a fantastic start to the annual Korda European sales meeting on the banks of the famous Parco del Brenta, in Italy, the fishing just keeps on getting better with PBs aplenty, and the cameras are on hand to capture all of the action for the latest instalment of Thinking Tackle On Demand!
Part two sees all of the anglers now settled into their respective swims, and having got to grips with what is in front of them, they show exactly how they are making the most of their chances and also making tweaks to keep the bites coming.
With so many anglers from different countries and fishing a vast variety of lakes in their own fishing, it makes for very interesting viewing as they all take a slightly different approach – as well as learning from each other, as this type of fishing is alien to a few of them who are more used to fishing from boats on inland seas.
As well as the sales team from across Europe, including Monster Carp star Neil Spooner, they are also joined by carp catching machine Darrell Peck, and Korda boss Danny Fairbrass.
Danny got off to a terrific start, and the fishing just keeps on getting better now that he has honed his tactics to ensure that he is getting bites around the clock. Even after he moves to a different swim to allow one of the other anglers to get in on the action, he still keeps on catching.
During this episode he takes an in-depth look into the rigs and tactics that are doing the business, and explains the importance of casting very accurately when fishing tight to snags and how to ensure that you are casting as consistently as you can be. This includes his PVA stick set-up – including exactly what he puts in it to make it as attractive as he can for as long as possible - and why, when accuracy is the key, he favours it over a solid PVA bag.
He also explains the importance of considering what the carp usually feed on – the fish in Parco might be huge but for them their natural food source is the pellets that they are fed on daily, and which the majority of anglers visiting the venue use, so the sort of approach you might expect on some European venues, with large boilies, certainly isn’t the way to go here.
Even if you never set foot on Parco yourself, there is still plenty that you will be able to take away from this episode and apply to the venues where you fish.
Plus, it is highly entertaining, as the Korda team land some very big carp between them, whilst enjoying themselves and having a laugh with their mates in the process!
This episode of Thinking Tackle On Demand will be available from 7pm onwards on Monday, November 4, via http://www.korda.co.uk
Or you can watch it on our YouTube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/user/KordaTV/featured