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    Whilst practicing today for a club match on Sunday, my mate Derek and I came to the conclusion that although we do pretty well fishing the pole, we are lacking in Stillwater feeder skills particularly the method and came to the conclusion that a coaching session from a good feeder angler would help us a lot.

    Can anyone recommend a good method/pellet feeder coach in the north Worcestershire area who could help the two of us out with a days tuition / coaching at somewhere like larford, moorlands, or woodland view.

    Regards Martin

  • #2
    Would have to be larford mate method banned at other 2


    • #3
      if you find on give me his details might book a day myself


      • #4
        Is andy may down that way?


        • #5
          Don't think there are any of the big boys around here. The only one I can think of that's not to far away is Des Shipp in Bristol. I think Andy May is more Cudmore way. The chap to see for the things you want to learn would be Andy Findlay
          Last edited by The Brewer; 17 August 2012, 12:12 PM.


          • #6
            Get yourself on matchfishingscene and ask Andy Kinder for a days coaching at Larford. Top bloke and he may know the place a little
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            • #7
              There are quite a few anglers who are offering coaching/tution.some will travel to other venues within reasonable distances.
              search google for those on the waters you list.


              • #8
                Just watch and ask good feeder anglers, for free!