James Brewer takes the Cadence Fishing blog reigns this week as he looks back on a trip fishing for big chub on the River Stour.
Chappy visits Cadence Superteam member Jason Cuningham on the Trent and Mersey Canal, where Jason gives us an insight into his winter canal fishing tactics for perch.
Preferring to use rod and line for his fishing, Leigh Harrison reveals why a few sessions with the Cadence CP2000 pole changed his mind.
After spending thirty years waint for the opportunity to beat his pb barbel, Leigh Harrison looks back at a summer where that all changed.
Leigh Harrison falls in love with roach fishing after using the new Cadence CR10 15ft Zero Match Rod, Leigh takes a look at what makes this rod special.
Steve Cowley takes us through his approach to winter fishing on his native River Ouse, with some top tips to help you catch more fish this winter.
Terry Trueman and James Robbins head to the Wye at Hereford to fish with the 18ft #1 Match Rod. Terry takes us through how he approached the session.
Cadence Ambassador and recently crowned 2019 RiverFest Final winner Ian Ward talks us through how he approached the two day match.
We’re delighted announce England International Helen Dagnall as a new ambassador. For this blog, we join her feeder fishing on the River Weaver.
Although it is one of his least used methods, Steve Cowley picks up the CP200 whip for a spot of whip fishing on his local River Ouse.
Running through the centre of York is, of course, the mighty River Ouse. Is it worth a session in this urban environment? Paul Kozyra reckons it is and we joined him on the river by Roundtree Park to discover how Paul tackles this venue and what it has to offer.
Alan Barnes explains why you often need to fish in amongst cover to find the bigger fish and why the 13ft #3 Power Match is the perfect tool for the job.