Alan Scotthorne passes on some excellent tips for catching silverfish using Drennan Feederbombs in our latest video.
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Alan Scotthorne shows you some really clever tips for catching more fish with a block-end swimfeeder approach in the latest Angling Times.
Inside, he flexes his 10ft Ultralight Bomb at Hayton Lakes near Retford and combines it with our excellently designed Feederbombs. As always, it’s the clever tweaks and adjustments to his terminal tackle and feeding that is most important… but you’ll have to read the full article in this week’s Angling Times to learn more!
Alan Scotthorne has just returned from a successful Sensas Festival fished at Châteaudun in France. Here’s his in-depth account and the all-important lessons he learned.
I have always maintained that it is so important while I am involved with Drennan Team England to keep fishing some continental-type matches through the year to keep up with the changes to this style of fishing. It’s very easy to fall into a false sense of security and think that nothing changes from year to year, but I am still learning vital lessons and making small adjustments that can help once you are back on the big stage of the World Championships. That said, I also really do enjoy competing in these high standard matches and fishing against some of the top continental anglers.
The annual Sensas Festival is run over two days with one match on a series of lakes at Châteaudun close to Chartres to the west of Paris and the other day on the nearby River Loir. The event is run on points, so a section win on each day would guarantee you being in the money. With €4,000 to the winner and paying the top 15 anglers, there was a few quid up for grabs!
I had my son, Oliver, with me for company and he has been fishing really well in the past 12 months. It’s nice to travel with someone that you can bounce a few ideas off with two days practice before the matches start. Continue reading