New Products

Solar P1 Pod

September 17, 2017

With It being nearly a year since I received My Solar P1 pod, and Global Conversion Kit I figured why wait on on showing the versatility of this pod! Not unlike the original Worldwide pod the new P1 has had some increased refining, and engineering as well as some aesthetic… Read more

Deeper Pro +

August 11, 2017

First impressions with the Deeper Pro + There are always folk who will say that the use of various electronic aids detract from the nature and experience of fishing. The same could be said for the many developments and ingenious items of tackle that have contributed to modern carp fishing… Read more

Prologic Windblade Indicators

March 16, 2017

North American waters are challenging for many reasons. The larger lakes and rivers not only require a step up in tackle but can be especially problematic when trying to set up your alarms and indicators. Strong currents and undertow will often result in ‘bobbin creep’ which will invariably trigger false… Read more

CC Moore New Liquid Foods 2017

January 8, 2017

Big Carp Tackle will be carrying the new line of CC Moore Liquid foods which include the Liquid G.L.M. Extract , Red Venom and finally the Hot Chorizo Extract . These will all be available in the coming months and stocked regularly.   RED VENOM This highly successful, natural, red… Read more

Ridgemonkey Modular Hookbait Pots

December 30, 2016

Ideal for storing all kinds of pop-ups, wafters, bottom baits, imitation plastics and much more! With each section featuring a high-quality seal so all manner of glugs and flavouring can be used without fear of spillage. Bait storage just got organized! No more loose jars rattling around in your rucksack… Read more

Solar Titanium Indicators

December 20, 2016

While the principal behind visualbite indication is fairly simple. If you get a run the indicator moves upwards, upon a dropback the indicator will drop or sag.  So why have things gotten so complicated, and furthermore what else does a bite indicator need to accomplish?  When I began Carp Fishing… Read more

Enterprise Tackle Pellet Skins

April 19, 2016

Enterprise Tackle Pellet & Corn Skins Over the past couple of year’s I’ve found that the Enterprise Tackle Pellet & Corn Skins have increasingly become an invaluable part of my carp fishing armory. I first used them to help present dog chow (chum mixer for the Euro’s) as a surface… Read more

NGT Carp Cradle 304.

Affordable Carping: NGT Carp Care products

April 6, 2016

When I returned to the sport of carp fishing I knew nothing of the modern accepted standards of carp care. Back when I first started fishing, in the late 70s, early 80s, weigh and retainer slings, cradles and mats, dedicated nets for carp, medicated kits to treat wounds and sores,… Read more

Review: Gardner Seeker Marker Float

February 17, 2016

The Seeker Marker Float from Gardner is one of the many choices available, but it is not just any old float – it offers excellent cast-ability, visibility, and a price tag under $10. Read more

Nash Tackle R3 Alarms – Product review

October 18, 2015

A very busy work schedule, studying for my Ph.D, and the arrival of my first child carp has meant my fishing outings have been few and far between so far in 2015. Thankfully, I have a few trips planned for fall and winter, and spring 2016 should see me back… Read more

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Affordable Carping: NGT Bite Alarms

May 7, 2015

Often when I am out fishing other anglers will come over to see what I am fishing for. Their interest is typically drawn to the “euro” style carping setup I am using. Many anglers here in North America have never seen a rod pod before, or an electronic bite indicator and… Read more

Texas Gold

April 5, 2015

After a truly brutal winter last year it wasn’t until May that my local spots were fishable with many areas covered by a layer of ice well into April and most of the rivers in flood. With this in mind  I decided to make plans to beat some of the… Read more

Why i love the Nash scope concept

March 12, 2015

It seems like social media in the 21st century has led to an influx of carp anglers who like to spend their days ramming product placement down people’s throats, irrespective of whether the product and/or bait has been utilized by them personally. It also seems apparent that many anglers are… Read more

Delkim EV Plus & Accessories

Delkim EV Plus Review – Part 1

February 2, 2015

The Delkim EV Plus is the “entry” level option in the Delkim “Plus” range of electronic bite alarms. The other models in the range are: the Standard Plus which has all features of the EV Plus with an additional level of sensitivity control, variable LED modes, low battery warning and… Read more

The advantages of Kryston Heavy Metal Putty

January 30, 2015

Iain Sorrell Talking about the advantages of Kryston Heavy Metal Putty. Kryston Heavy Metal Putty I’ve been a big fan of tungsten putty for over a decade and had been buying various brands in my local fly fishing store. I love the versatility of being able to pinch off just… Read more

Sonik Sports Tournos 8000 Reel Used as a Spod / Spomb / Marker Reel Review

January 27, 2015

I recently talked about the Sonik Tournos 8000 Reels in my last video. One big thing that you never hear is you can use these as a dedicated Spod / Spomb and Marker Reel as well. The Rapid Drag system makes for easy work . They do everything you can… Read more

Trakker NXG 8 Rod Holdall 12ft Review 2014 for Carp Fishing

August 12, 2014

[youtube]3PVcFq4zOqI[/youtube] The 2014 season is flying by fast and with part of any fishing the use of gear and how it functions is extremely important. Once in a while I do an initial review and give a quick run down of how I like something or what I think of… Read more

Sonik Sports SK4XTR Rod Review 2014

July 26, 2014

  Great Common Carp caught while filming my Sonik SK4 review video and she checked in at a little over 26lbs! You can see the video below on the  Sonik Rod review plus the stunning fish above from start to finish on my Sonik SK4’s.         [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_N4LnEgZ7wQ[/youtube]… Read more

Cygnet Wide Frame Catapult Review and Initial Thoughts

June 8, 2014

  Well it is that time of the year again when we are out hammering the fish left and right. So many companies and so many options for equipment to buy it can boggle the mind sometimes.  I am a huge fan of using catapults for my everyday fishing. I… Read more

Old Friends

November 30, 2013

Recently I took a little trip through the New England area to visit some old friends who are also CAG members and try and catch a few fish on the new to be released CC Moore Equinox Bait Range.  While visiting one area with Dean Brookes I landed a new… Read more

Memoirs of a Carp Fisher: The Demon Eye – Book Review

January 18, 2013

Memoirs of a Carp Fisher: The Demon Eye – Book Review I was very excited when I first heard that Kevin Nash was writing a book about his angling career as he is one of the pioneers of the sport and a legend in the eyes of myself and so… Read more

Delkim Smart Clips Review

October 26, 2012

I recently got my hands on a packet of brand new Delkim Smart Clips to put through their paces before they were released to the general public for sale. On receiving the packet of line clips I was pleased to see that there were three clips in the packaging for… Read more

Rod Hutchinson: “The Demon Eye” Entertaining Romp

October 17, 2012

“Memoirs of a Carp Fisher – The Demon Eye” by Kevin Nash is an entertaining romp through the carp revolution of the 1970s/1980s – and beyond. Taking you through this journey is one of carp fishing’s brightest thinkers, an entrepreneur who helped establish carp fishing as the main stream business… Read more

Book Review by Julian Cundiff: “The Demon Eye” Kevin Nash

October 17, 2012

For many readers of Carp Talk each week the name Kevin Nash is synonymous with Nash Tackle, Nashbait and the incredible Copse and Church Lake fish that feature in these pages from time to time. But that is just part of the story, the real story that many have wanted… Read more

Nashy’s Book at last… “Memoirs of a Carp Fisher”

October 17, 2012

The Demon Eye is set to be published early November 2012 The Carp world has been waiting a long time for Kevin Nash to put his story down on paper, Memoirs of a Carp Fisher starts when Kev was just a kid and follows his journey through the pioneering years… Read more

Theory vs Practice… Saxon 3.25 Hexalite Carp Rods Review

September 20, 2012

[With Dynamite field consultant and top British and now USA based carper Craig Parkes.] On the way back to New Jersey from a convention in Boston I’d arranged to meet up with Saxon Tackle owner and fellow Brit – Iain Sorrell. Over a cup of tea we chatted about all… Read more

Sneak Preview of New Nash Rods in Action

July 1, 2011

Nash has a new line of rods on the horizon and they’ve posted a short video on their Youtube channel. [youtube]4Y_1iEbuTXw[/youtube] Be sure to check out their Youtube channel for videos on most if not all of their products at http://www.youtube.com/user/NashTVchannel Read more