James Brewer looks back a post lockdown trip with his son, Harry, at Acorn Fisheries, a trip that reinforced the importance of keeping that childhood intrigue and angling passion alive, no matter what age we are.
Steve Cowley sets out on an over night mission to achieve one of his angling goals, to catch a double figure bream, find out how he got on in this blog.
Steve Chatfield goes in search of carp using a back to basics approach, where he proves that the old, simple methods have plenty of life left in them yet.
After a long lockdown, Adrian Stokes was looking forward to his first session. Here he looks back at a first productive session canal bream fishing.
Steve Cowley fished the river season open day last week and had himself a red letter day with a personal record bag of a bream and a new PB too.
Towards the end of a frustrating winter river fishing season, Andy Burt headed south for an end of season session on the chalk streams and rivers of his youth, a session which threw up some surprises amongst the difficult weather conditions…
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.
After spending thirty years waint for the opportunity to beat his pb barbel, Leigh Harrison looks back at a summer where that all changed.
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.
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.