I can remember it almost like it was yesterday: I was a 12-year-old boy just starting to become obsessed with fishing, which meant religiously buying the Angling Times and Anglers Mail each Wednesday. It was September 1975 and that week’s angling weeklies had all the details from the World Championships, fished on the Bydgoszcz Canal […]
James and Alan Barnes head to the River Ribble for a session stick float & bolo fishing with Cadence CR10 Match Fishing Rods.
James Robbins heads to Packington Somers Fishery near Coventry to fish for winter F1 carp on the maggot feeder using the CR10 10ft Feeder #2.
I qualified for the Riverfest Final back in June on the River Calder, it was my first match this season and I managed to qualify from peg 25 on the Ship Inn section with 9lb 14oz. I’ve fished the final three times since it started and really look forward to the two-day event held on […]
James Robbins embarks on a session winter stick float fishing on the Avon, when winter kicks in, it is the ideal opportunity to fish with sticks.
Paul Kozyra talks us through why the CR10 16ft #1 Match Rod is the ideal float fishing rod when fishing in windy conditions or using lighter lines.
James meets up with an old angling buddy for a swift pint, learning that he hadn’t picked up a rod for over 25 years set the wheels in motion to set up a session.
Paul Kozyra heads to Raker lakes near York to tackle a winter cold water commercial venue with corn and casters using the Cadence CR10 Wand.
Jim Burton explains why the CR10 14ft #2 Match Rod is his goto rod when targeting rivers where there is a chance of a chub or barbel.
James Robbins heads to the River Wye for spot of river fishing for chub and barbel. Watch this video for top tactics and advice when using the bomb and feeder on rivers.
Memories of happy times came flooding back when I got out of my car to go fishing for this Cadence tackle test on Lancashire’s River Ribble. The pungent smell of slurry greeted my nostrils and I knew I was at Elston Old Hall Farm, a mile or so from Grimsargh village, where I spent childhood […]
“Now then ya loon!” – This greeting could have come from anyone, there is no doubt about it, I’m a loon in the first degree. This time it was an old fishing and drinking friend James Robbins. “Keith I’m starting up a new brand in the UK” said James, “and I want you to cast […]