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Carp Fishing Holidays in France – some tips for choosing the right venue

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There are some excellent and some very poor carp fisheries in France, I have fished a fair few of them, and we regularly hear reports from customers at our lake, comments that are
not always complimentary, relating to venues previously visited in France.

Unfortunately it is a fact that there are plenty of unscrupulous lake owners in France with little or no knowledge of fisheries management – please be careful !

It is important to find the right venue for you, carp anglers do not all want the same thing, so don’t just follw the crowds, look for what you really want in your holiday.

Some of the factors that might be important to you are ;

price
size of the carp
size of the lake
degree of difficulty of fishing
distance from the ferry port/ travel time to venue
availability of airport collection
can the venue be booked exclusively ?
Is there accommodation at the lake and how far from the water is it ?
do the owners live on site ?
location/climate
availability of food at the venue

The first advice that I would give to prospective customers is to look very carefully at the website of the venue in question. Are there photos of carp which match up to the claimed stock – if you don’t see plenty of photos of fish of a similar size then be very wary. This also applies to the size of the lake (most lakes are smaller than they are claimed to be) I have spoken to a lot of people who have turned up at a venue to find that the lake is half its advertised size…

How difficult is the lake to fish and does this correspond to your level of skill and experience ? Often this is tied to the size of the lake and what you are used to fishing in the UK, if you are used to fishing small waters then it might be best to look at a similar sized lake in France.


This is not to say that all small waters are easy, in fact some of the smaller waters in France can be very difficult indeed, so check out the catch reports on the website.

The location of the venue and the distance from the ferry port at which you will be arriving will obviously determine the length of your journey in France, and will also have an impact on the weather that can be expected. If your chosen venue is in Northern France and you are looking to book a holiday in April or October for example, don’t expect to be spending the week in shorts and t-shirt !

On the other hand, if you are taking your partner with you, the likelihood is that she will be looking for a holiday in the summertime and will be hoping for plenty of sunshine, so the venues located in the southern half of the country will offer the best chance of good weather.

The journey time to some of these southern venues can be extensive, from Calais down to the Limousin area can take 8 to 10 hours driving with a copuple of stops on the way, some of the venues in the Dordogne are 10-12 hours drive. Fortunately, some of these venues offer a package that includes collection from the nearest airport and hire of a full carp fishing set-up for the week. Although driving in France is very relaxing compared to the UK, If you are not fond of driving then a venue that has this option may well be worth considering.

Do you want to share the lake and facilities with other anglers ? If not then you will need to choose from one of the many venues offering exclusive bookings. Choosing this type of venue means that you will have exclusive use of the lake and the on-site facilities. The main advantage of this is that there will not be other anglers fishing the water, this rules out the possibility of having your holiday spoiled by others.

Does the venue offer accommodation ? Lakeside accommodation takes a carp fishing holiday to another level, and if you are taking your partner or the whole family with you, they won’t want to spend the week in bivvies ! There are only a few venues that offer high quality accommodation, and these venues are justifiably popular, so you will need to book well in advance, possibly up to 2 years in advance in some cases ! Remember to check how far from the lake the accommodation is – the closer the better !

Are the venue owners English and do they live on site ? This can provide extra security and reassurance for guests should you have any problems or emergencies whilst you are there.

Finally – does the venue offer a food package ? Whether you are taking your partner or not, this option can be very attractive, meaning that you will be catered for, with breakfast, lunch and evening meal provided – the ultimate option for spoiling yourself !

Two carp fishing holiday venues Les Croix and Les Levades offers many of the above options – please take a look at the websites !

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How To Improve Your Weekend Carp Fishing Success Right Now!


If you are like most weekend anglers trying to fit fishing in between all kinds of other time-consuming activities, you will know that weekend fishing can be a challenge in terms of achieving really good consistent catch results. But there are many unique tips you can exploit that can seriously multiply your chances and create totally unique opportunities for you that make catches much easier for you compared to other fishermen so read on for them now!

First think about the fish and focus on the fish. Do not think about outside influences not connected with your fish in your water directly. For instance if you have read a carp magazine in the previous week and want to try out a new bait and rig and method because it says its really good, do not act on it. Instead visit your lake mid-week if at all possible in order to learn more about the entire environment the fish are in.

The more you take in the more you form a big picture, a 4 dimensional picture of what is going on in your water, and on the banks. I say a 4 dimensional big picture because this part is you; your thought in response to what you see and feel will influence your thoughts and these will directly influence how you fish. The more you have this kind of biofeedback going on the more suitable and appropriate your fishing will be to the moment in time and the fishing situation right now in the present.

I say this because masses of anglers are fishing in the past thinking that worked previously will work today not realising that fish are such dynamically adaptive beings that they can evade your baits and rigs and methods if not purely because they recognise potentially dangerous scenarios. It is very simple to fool fish into feeling safe and so much more relaxed and more confident and far easier to hook. You remove as many danger reference points from your tackle, rigs, baits and lines and entire fishing approaches that you can possible remove!

The easiest way to fail when weekend fishing is to think that what worked before will work again and again. There are so many waters now under so much fishing pressure from anglers that the same rigs and baits will fail within a matter of weeks when enough fish have been hooked on them. This is no exaggeration on some waters. High nutritional baits are supposed to go on working for years but this is simply not true if you do not adapt their danger reference points to get around fish caution.

I know Gary Bayes of Nashbaits agrees with me on this one – because he basically told me this in so many words, based on his own bait testing experiences. But it is logical that if enough pressure is put on fish from any bait even if it is lobworms or maggots then fish will very soon become cautious and feed on such baits extremely differently (if they actually take such baits anymore at all,) following negative experiences having been hooked on them!

For example I can tell straight that a rig that has a worm on the hair as well as a cut-down pop-up boilie is going to have far more potential for fooling a very experienced and extremely wary cautious old fish, compared to a standard pop-up bait that such a fish has had many thousands of opportunities to deal with and so more easily avoid over the years!

New baits have the edge over baits that have been hooking fish and are used by the majority – of that there is absolutely no doubt. Also there is no doubt that the bigger fish in a water can very definitely be among first to succumb the fastest to newly introduced baits. I make my own homemade baits based on the fish first and not ingredients or recipes; such things are secondary. My main focus is on the properties and characteristics and modes of action of bait substances that get break down or bypass fish resistance to feeding which will naturally transform caution into confidence! What is your focus and how powerful is it; does it even make enough logical sense compared to other forms of focus?

Can you see how powerful this thinking approach is? Compare it to simply buying a bag of readymade baits or even committing to a bait long-term simply because a mate suggested you get on it because it is doing the business! Remember that any bait you can easily get hold of can usually be also exploited by anyone else on your lake – in direct competition to you; thus vastly reducing your chances of catching your target fish the more fish get hooked on that bait over time. This is a very major reason I hate to use readymade baits, but it is not just the unknown factors of who might have used the baits and lost their edge already even for one individual fish.

One of the incredibly important points about success with bait is that ideally they will not resemble any baits that have hooked fish before. If they do then chances are you have just lost huge advantages over the fish which you could have had and are free to everyone!

When you begin your entire fishing approach by thinking and experiencing your bait and rig and entire underwater scenarios just as closely as possible to how a fish might then you will catch loads more fish! Remember that fish sense things in water not in air. The colours and tones and tastes and flavours and smells and palatability of baits and sounds in water and feel and look of rig materials and main lines will be different to what you think they might be to a carp. In part this is because our senses are so vastly dulled compared to fish and we are adapted to live in air not water. Also baits look different to fish at a depth of perhaps 12 feet or 20 down after 12 hours immersion compared to what they might look like in a glass of clear water!

Although fish are more sensitive to different ends of the light spectrum compared to us and tones are very much more important to fish, remember that they do pick up on things most anglers just do not appear to be interested in. for instance the way they can detect weak electrical fields around leads and rigs and baits. The way light penetrates and diffuses in water, how it refracts in water, and how main lines and rig materials will not only not necessarily match the colours of bottom weed and silt and gravel etc, but that fish are perceiving things differently to us because they are acutely aware of tiny details in their environment.

OK so attention to detail is of primary importance and very many weekend anglers do not take anywhere enough care with this and simply copy other anglers and expect things to work out! Your bait recipes and modes of action teamed with how they are perceived by fish are of exceptional importance in actually achieving bites in the first place.

In maximising the impacts of your baits as being different and unique I will say now that I especially do not recommend using any rounded boilies or pellets at all and certainly not barrels or round baits. Why use things that lost their edge years ago if merely because of their basic shape? Sure rounded baits catch but part of that is because the vast majority of anglers insist on using them, but loads of other seriously successful alternatives exist!

Think about it; if you do things based on thinking from the perspective of fish then you are far more likely to succeed in short sessions and longer sessions anyway. If you are out of touch with fish you are really just hoping for some luck to come your way and just working on chance. But modern fishing can be very much about catching fish by design not luck.

For instance, if you do things in unique ways using the right information and knowledge, then you can set up your own feeding area that can out-compete even a natural hot-spot such as a significant bloodworm bed. This is no exaggeration, but it can take someone years to work out the basic bait principles for achieving such things to not only create but to maximise such feeding situations to your very own unique favour. But such edges make fishing success guaranteed!

Weekend catches can be extraordinary far more often when you think about things from differently from the far more detailed perspectives and senses of fish, and when you get and exploit the very best information on how fish really work! Revealed in my unique readymade bait and homemade bait carp and catfish bait secrets ebooks is far more powerful information look up my unique website (Baitbigfish) and see my biography below for details of my ebooks deals right now!

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Carp fisherman who fish all-night sessions by the bank will without doubt appreciate a good quality angling bivvy tent so that you keep out all of the rain and the wind which the British and Europe regularly dishes out whilst we are angling. If the angler becomes chilly and drenched and uncomfortable whilst fishing almost certainly pack up and head for back home.

Bivvies have greatly improved in design and build level in modern times together with numerous unique improvements in frame style and design, material quality and weight concerns so now the angler does not require to spend a a lot of money on a shelter or sleep a night beneath a thin umbrella when fishing as many of our predecessors.

For fishermen who nevertheless prefer an umbrella variety bivvy which could possibly quite practical for squeezing in to small pitches the fresh designs have now become a larger, more oval design and can easily include storm sides which stop some blowing wind and rainfall heading in from the sides. The post straight down the centre may now be removed leaving lots more area beneath the umbrella for a bedchair, rucksack and also any other tackle which is necessary for your session. Several bivvy companies and suppliers now additionally sell an overwrap for their brollies so you can transform a brolly to a bivvy fairly speedily that features a fold up entrance and a front panel to keep out the poor weather.


If you fish relatively lengthy sessions and also like a bit more space or possibly you like to bring a guest along right now there are now several two man sized bivvies on the market developed and produced by all the well recognized companies such as Fox, Trakker, JRC, Nash, Daiwa, Chub and Prologic. The bigger bivvies are able of storing two bedchairs plus all the needed kit such as cool bags, cooking equipment, bait bags etc should you want to stay on the bank for a lengthier session.

Most bivvies that are not specially developed for angling possess a fibreglass pole system that you need to thread throughout the fly sheet which really can be a bit of aggro on your own or if you are attempting to assemble in high wind, the majority of anglers find this system cumbersome as well as time consuming if they are only angling swift single overnight sessions so bivvy designers came up with a much more rigid, straightforward to assemble frame system produced from aluminium and now even carbon, the style that plenty of people now favor is primarily based on a pram hood style. Most fishermen now are likely to give preference to this design of bivvy simply because they are really strong and speedy to put up and additionally store away even in substantial winds.

The fabrics used in most modern day bivvies has been considerably improved and the fabrics are much tougher and much more water proof than in the past and are generally much less likely to split when erecting or dismantling, we suggest that you coat your bivvy with Fabsil fabric sealant every year to keep it in tip-top condition. Many bivvy firms now manufacture camouflaged materials for fisherman that wish to hide away.

New improvements in bivvy design consist of mozzi sections or covers, fold back sections and zip off or roll up fronts so the fisherman can have the front open to keep an eye on the lake in good weather conditions.

When choosing a new bivvy take into account the previously mentioned attributes, and decide on one of the trustworthy brands and best to be prepared to invest a bit of your money for a good quality bivvy which will last you numerous years and keep you cozy and dry whilst angling on the bank.

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Fly fishing is a water sport and a very different fishing technique used to catch big game fish. The sport of fishing is also known as ‘angling’. Salmon and trout are the popular fish that are sought by anglers of fly fishing. In recent times other species of fish such as Bass, carp and pike have been added to the list of game fish that fly fishermen seek the world over. Fly fishing is believed to have originated in Macedonia in the 2nd century and has now become a popular sport among the European and American fishing community.

Fly fishermen have developed many different lures to attract the game they seek. They have also developed ways to cast and reel in the lure to hook the game that more often than not gets fooled into biting. Some of the lures that are popular among fly fishermen include:

1. Emerges and dry flies, these include stone flies and midgets.
2. Nymphs such as Mayflies and worms.
3. Streamers wet flies such as buggers and leeches.
4. Saltwater flies such as marlin and sail fish
5. Bass and Panfish flies examples are crawfish and eels

It is important to have the proper gear for fly fishing. The most important gear is the fly fishing rod. This piece of equipment may vary from 6 feet in length to 12 feet. The fly rod must match the weight of the fly line. A mismatched fly rod with the wrong weight line will result in improper casting and will ruin the whole exercise. The length of the rod itself is determined by the type of fish the angler is going after the bigger the fish the larger the rod and heavier the line.

The babboo split cane is a popular fly fishing rod. This rod is made by splitting the bamboo into four lengths and gluing it together again over a solid core. Freshwater trout fishing is a fly fishing sport that demands this kind of bamboo rod for success. Synthetic fly fishing rods are making their presence known; however, the die-hard fly angler will stick to the traditional bamboo fly rod and tackle.

The line of the bamboo rod is usually made out of horse’s hair. This line needs to be regularly dried or it will rot. The silk line used for fly fishing has the same requirement. However, these days the synthetic nylon line is the best suited for fly fishing as the line is stronger and lighter than the traditional fly fishing line.

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Selecting the Right Bait For Fishing in Addition to a Bait Shop For Your Upcoming Angling Outing

Going fishing is a trip that many look forward to. There are a lot of kinds of fishing that you can do, but whichever you choose to do is going to require a trip to fishing bait shops. You should make a trip to a bait shop and take your time in choosing all you are going to need in the way of tackle.

Every town has a bait shop it seems. You won’t have any trouble finding one, especially near fishing lakes and rivers. If you are looking to go shopping for fishing tackle, you aren’t going to have worry about finding just the right place to go. Some bait stores are very large like department stores just for fishing. You may also look online for bait shops. These kinds of shops are a fisherman’s paradise.

The kind of water that you are going to be fishing doesn’t matter when it comes to needing bait. However, the kind of fish you will be fishing for in that water does. Make sure to take the right bait for the kind of fish you want to try and catch. You aren’t going to be able to use some freshwater bait for the big fish you can fish for in the ocean.

Many fishing bait shops offer a lot more than just bait. You can find everything you need to round off your tackle in the way of line, hooks, weights, poles, and nets. These are just a few of things you need on a fishing trip. You can even shop at online fishing bait shops.

Many bait stores offer tips for the best kind of fishing. You can find books about how to make your own lures to making your own stink bait. Fishing well comes with having a bit of experience out on the lake bank or in the john boat. You would do well to take the advice of the fisherman who has been fishing for a lot of years.

You may like to fly fish or maybe you would rather spend a lazy and laid back day kicked back as the lake. Either way, you will need the right bait. You should take with you a multiple selection of bait, from spinners to plastic worms to live bait like night crawlers and crickets. In this way, you at least have a selection if the fish aren’t biting one kind of bait. It is always best to have another kind of bait to try.

If you are a fisherman, then you know the enjoyments you have when are at the lake or river, soaking up nature and fishing. When you make sure that you have all the right tackle with you, then your trip will be much more enjoyable.

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