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Matt Hayes

Matt Hayes

How to float fish

Filmed at Furnace Mill Fishery in Shropshire "How To Float fish" teaches you the essential skills of float fishing on commercial fisheries. With Matt in sparkling form, the tutorial is comprehensive and packed with advice and tips that will improve your fishing skills. The programme is aimed at newcomers to the sport and anglers of intermediate ability. Learn about the tackle you should buy, how to assemble it, how to cast, plumb the depth, strike and play fish. Matt makes fishing look easy in this entertaining programme, catching silver fish, tench and carp with simple but effective rigs and with baits that are available in every tackle shop throughout the country. The tips and rigs are all explained in clear detail and after watching this programme you simply can't fail to catch fish. Matt Hayes is probably the best known angler in the UK. A fisherman since the age of four, Matt has caught just about everything that swims from sticklebacks to Great White Sharks. Best known for his television appearances on Discovery Home and Leisure, Matt has hosted various fishing shows including "Total Fishing", "Mainstream", "Buena Vista Fishing Club", and more recently "Wet Nets", "The Great Rod Race" and "Record Breaking Fish".

Matt Hayes

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Matt Hayes

The great rod race - Carp, eel & tench

Matt hayes, widely regarded as one of the best all-round anglers in britain, and mick brown, a predatory angler with an excellent knowledge to catch every species of freshwater fish found in britain at different locations. 35 fish in 30 days. With less than a day to catch each fish, they face an uphill struggle. Some fish, such as the ferox trout, stone loach and wild carp, are virtually impossible to find, let alone catch. Some fish are so small - like the stickleback and bullhead - that anglers would not normally attempt to catch them. Matt and mick use diverse styles of angling, from fly-casting for trout and salmon to legering with modern paste baits for carps. They demonstrate free-lining and trotting with floats, and use cut-down tackle for the mini-species. The boys travel around the uk in a custom-fitted van: a state-of-the-art fisherman’s haven, fitted with rod racks, trays, compartments and fridge-freezer for bait. On day 9, in devon, matt keeps landing orfe instead of golden tench and mike draws a blank with catfish. However, they catch mirror carp and koi carp. Moving to titley lake, shobden, they successfully capture eels and common carp. On day 13, at horseshoe lake, lechlade, they tick a few more catches off their list, including the rare rudd.

Matt Hayes

The great rod race - Catfish, roach & sea trout

Matt hayes, widely regarded as one of the best all-round anglers in britain, and mick brown, a predatory angler with an excellent knowledge of uk fishing sites, take up the challenge to catch every species of freshwater fish found in britain at different locations. 35 fish in 30 days. With less than a day to catch each fish, they face an uphill struggle. Some fish, such as the ferox trout, stone loach and wild carp, are virtually impossible to find, let alone catch. Some fish are so small - like the stickleback and bullhead - that anglers would not normally attempt to catch them. Matt and mick use diverse styles of angling, from fly-casting for trout and salmon to legering with modern paste baits for carps. They demonstrate free-lining and trotting with floats, and use cut-down tackle for the mini-species. The boys travel around the uk in a custom-fitted van: a state-of-the-art fisherman’s haven, fitted with rod racks, trays, compartments and fridge-freezer for bait. At himley hall, dudley, matt beats his personal record, landing a 15lb 13oz grass carp. On day 17 at whittington canal, stourbridge, they hunt for gudgeon, roach and dace. Moving to the river teifi, they catch the sea trout. At burton mere estate, chester, they can finally stike the elusive catfish off their list!

Matt Hayes

The great rod race - Chub, barbel & grayling

Matt hayes, widely regarded as one of the best all-round anglers in britain, and mick brown, a predatory angler with an excellent knowledge of uk fishing sites, take up the challenge to catch every species of freshwater fish found in britain at different locations. 35 fish in 30 days. With less than a day to catch each fish, they face an uphill struggle. Some fish, such as the ferox trout, stone loach and wild carp, are virtually impossible to find, let alone catch. Some fish are so small - like the stickleback and bullhead - that anglers would not normally attempt to catch them. Matt and mick use diverse styles of angling, from fly-casting for trout and salmon to legering with modern paste baits for carps. They demonstrate free-lining and trotting with floats, and use cut-down tackle for the mini-species. The boys travel around the uk in a custom-fitted van: a state-of-the-art fisherman's haven, fitted with rod racks, trays, compartments and fridge-freezer for bait. Matt and mick have now travelled 3.200 miles in pursuit of their quest. On the thames, the bleak and minnow are bagged, then a couple of chub. On the lower severn, they find a 9lb barbel and a zander. With time running out, they hunt for the grayling, mike using the stick, float and maggot method and matt fly fishing. Will they complete the challenge? Just wait and see!

Matt Hayes

The great rod race - Pike, perch & bream

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Автор  Hayes M.    Добавлено  15.01.10    Рубрика  Видеоархив    Просомтров  6,268    Рейтинг  ужасноплохосреднехорошоотлично

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