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Karlos
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   Old Thread  #1000 2 Jul 2011 at 11.43pm    Login    Register
From The Bivvy With Roy Parsons

From The Bivvy is a new video series in which Carp Channel Monthlyís presenters get up close and personal with leading lights from the world of carp fishing.

In the first episode, available free to view on this website, Ian Chillcott shares a cuppa and chat with Roy Parsons, fishery manager at probably the most popular carp fishery in England Ė Linear Fisheries.

Donít miss it!
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   Old Thread  #9999 2 Jul 2011 at 11.22pm    Login    Register
CLICK HERE FOR THE CARP CHANNEL!


CarpForum.co.uk is teaming up with Fishing TV to bring you hours of free-to-view, cutting-edge video content every month.

We have hooked up with the number one producer of angling videos and TV programmes to allow you to view their new monthly video magazines Carp Channel Monthly here on your favourite angling website.

Each issue contains three hours or more of up-to-date video content Ė replaced with new video very month Ė and itís all completely free to view.

You can watch the programmes as a schedule, or you can flick through the playlist and watch on a video on demand basis.

ďImagine it like a magazine come to life in video Ė with features, tackle, interviews and instruction,Ē explained Fishing TVís Gareth Purnell. ďThe content is top quality with some of the best know names in angling. Much of it is completely new and has never seen before.Ē

The July issue of Carp Channel Monthlyís is full of the latest rigs, tips and advice and includes top carpers like Ian Russell, Lee Jackson, Cash Farnan, Ali Hamidi, Dave Lane, Ian Chillcott and a completely new series from Chris Yates.

Karlos
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   Old Thread  #9998 2 Jul 2011 at 11.39pm    Login    Register
Carp Legends With Chris Yates

Chris Yates is quite literally an angling legend in his own lifetime. The man who captured the British carp record from Redmire won a place in all anglersí hearts through his starring role in A Passion For Angling alongside Bob James.

In this new series for video magazine Carp Channel Monthly, available FREE TO VIEW on this website, Chris talks to top carper Ian Chillcott about his life in fishing, his ambitions and his thoughts on modern fishing in 2011.

Itís one not to miss, and itís free to view.

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   Old Thread  #9996 2 Jul 2011 at 11.45pm    Login    Register
Ali Hamidi: Carp Location

In this clip from Ali Hamidiís two-part ĎMoving Up To Bigger Carpí programme filmed exclusively for Fishing TV, the Korda star talks through how he approaches a new water. Itís available FREE TO VIEW on this website through the new Carp Channel Monthly video magazine.

Matty_C
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   Old Thread  #76 15 Aug 2012 at 0.23am    Login    Register
In reply to Post #9999
I cant beleieve i have only just found this!!!

I finally have a use use for my Samsung Smart TV

FISHING TV APP!!!! OH MY GOD, I knew i spent 2 grand on a tv for something!
thepieeater
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   Old Thread  #73 2 Oct 2011 at 11.45am    Login    Register
this whole idea is great, there's never anything carp related on the box and if there is its a repeat from 4 years ago

and all for free! spot on

gona get a pizza and watch as much as i can later this evening
snapper1
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   Old Thread  #72 2 Oct 2011 at 6.28am    Login    Register
latest rigs, its all just to much
cash
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cash
   Old Thread  #71 18 Aug 2011 at 5.59pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #70
pmsl, yeah you need high levels of fitness to tackle this one!!
60sRules
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   Old Thread  #70 18 Aug 2011 at 5.08pm    Login    Register
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Must be some water mate if you have to spend loads of time in the gym getting in shape for it
cash
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   Old Thread  #69 18 Aug 2011 at 12.31pm    Login    Register
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Taking the rough with the smooth, this Summer for me has been awful, having said that I've actually not been doing that much. Been in the gym training mainly so the fishing taken a back seat.
I also don't have any tickets for any waters that really grip me, I tend to just flit around waiting for my water to start up again at the begining of October, then I really get into it.
60sRules
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   Old Thread  #68 18 Aug 2011 at 11.05am    Login    Register
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Donít let a slow season ruin a career. I know you are expected to be out slaying them on every session but the reality is that you guys struggle on occasions like everybody else. In my book that makes you a better angler and more believable in the long run
cash
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   Old Thread  #67 18 Aug 2011 at 10.48am    Login    Register
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Thanks.
Haven't been getting it right recently at all though!!!! It should all kick in and come right from next month onwards. (Hopefully)
60sRules
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   Old Thread  #66 17 Aug 2011 at 5.29pm    Login    Register
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Understood Cash. They do make some useful stuff and I have like most people got some in the tackle box.
Not had a look at the interview yet but will do as it seems to have got some good reviews. Itís always handy to get a view on what people are doing when they get it right
cash
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   Old Thread  #65 17 Aug 2011 at 3.07pm    Login    Register
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It is what I do use though. If you ever see me on the bank you'll see exactly what I showed, I do also use a few bits of ESP and Atomic, but mainly use a lot of Korda bits. It suits my fishing and I have every confidence in it.

Apologies if it looked like a blatant advert, it really isn't meant to look that way.

Hope you enjoyed the interview though (no products mentioned or used there)
60sRules
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   Old Thread  #64 16 Aug 2011 at 5.01pm    Login    Register
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Just watched your tackle box vid. Are you sure you didnít pick up DFís box by mistake. Never seen so many Korda branded products shoe horned into a box before. The old Krusher even got some air time.
Nice idea with the Trakker PVA bag

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