2009 – Early March Blog

Well, the end is nigh. Another week and it’ll all be over on the rivers for three whole months, unless of course you’re an Angling Times reader because they think Continue Reading →

Tales Of The Riverbank – Part 6

Those Were The Days I’m guessing that I fished my first club match when I was 12, maybe thirteen. Toll Bar Angling Club was typical of hundreds of similar clubs Continue Reading →

The Complete Book Of Legering (Revised) – Chapter Four

Chapter 4 The Moving Feeder   The following chapter is as fresh and as relevant today as it was on the day I wrote it. Few anglers have ever, or Continue Reading →

The Complete Book Of Legering (Revised) – Chapter Three

Chapter 3 Static Feeder Techniques Critical balance Throughout this book you will find many references to the term ‘critical balance’, which relates to the amount of lead required for a Continue Reading →

The Complete Book Of Legering (Revised) – Chapter Two

Before starting to fish on an unknown venue, tackle up a quiver-tip rod and attach a loz bomb to the line. Do not bother with a hook at this stage. Continue Reading →

The Complete Book Of Legering (Revised) – Chapter One

Chapter One TACKLE Much of the tackle used when legering is specialised and can only be used for legering. Fortunately, it is mostly available from your local tackle shop where Continue Reading →

The Complete Book Of Legering (Revised) Introduction

Here’s the introduction to the legering book Take A Leaf Out Of My Book Bob Roberts This section of Bob Roberts Online delves into the popular technique of legering. Back Continue Reading →

2008 – July Blog

Cor, time flies when you’re having fun, eh? I must have had loads of fun in the first three weeks of the new season because the time has literally flown Continue Reading →

Floodwater Barbel

Now and then I get this irresistible urge to put the record straight. Okay, it might ruffle a few feathers but if I don’t do it who else will? Anglers Continue Reading →