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25 May


All photography is reliant upon light, and generally the more of it that you have the better. Whilst modern digital cameras are in some ways more forgiving of the poor light conditions that we as anglers often have to cope with, the same rules apply as they did with film, and very often there are some big compromises to be made. Digital cameras work by little parcels of light, called photons, activating the millions of photo-reactive cells packed onto the cameras image sensor hidden away behind the lens. The more light there is the more often these cells are activated, giving a better image. We touched on the ISO button on the camera in part 2, and this...
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17 May


Fishing for a variety of different species can lead to an almost limitless number of ways of forgetting those little essential bits of tackle. Multiply this by the distance from the nearest tackle shop and the chances of putting the mockers on a trip before I have even started are astronomical. To try and combat this, I now try to keep a tackle box set up for each species, or style of fishing, and though that it might be of interest to take a look at the contents of my boxes. Generally speaking, I tend to stick to a few tried-and-tested rigs, so the amount of terminal tackle I actually need is relatively small, making life a little...
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