4th November 2020

We pull together some of the highlights from our ultra-popular catch competition, where everyone has a chance to win some amazing bait prizes.

Our Catch of the Month competition is extremely welcoming, with hundreds of entries each month from our customers in both the UK and abroad. So, as long as you meet the simple rules for entry, your catches are in with a chance of winning you some excellent prizes.

We use our Catch of the Month competition as an outlet to inspire people to fish, to allow customers to show their success and to tell us their incredible capture stories. We thrive on passion and hope that showing your images on our website really portrays this – passion is the key to success!

Here is a round up of some of our favourite captures from the past few months; be sure to enter our next competition to be in with the chance of your image being showcased on our website.


Ashley James entered this lovely 35lb 2oz mirror, which took a liking to a pink Signature wafter fished over a mixture of Manilla boilies and Bloodworm pellets. The 23-year-old targeted a margin spot with just five handfuls of his mix on a southern club water.


A Krill pop-up fished over a small bed of washed-out freebies produced an incredibly dark 31lb mirror for Jake Bromley. The 24-year-old was fishing a 24-hour session on Birchmoor fishery, where he also landed a double figure common in the same session.


James Mitchell helped himself to a cracking looking 43lb 4oz mirror during a five-night stint at his Lincolnshire syndicate. The Lincoln carper used a Manilla White One over a mixture of Manilla boilies and pellets soaked in Liquid Liver and Hemp Oil.


A five-night session on a low stock club water produced a 41lb 1oz common for Corrian Cluskey, which fell to a Krill pop-up fished over Krill Active, Manilla pellets and tiger nuts. He said: “I fished a spot on the far margin, which I baited by hand. The big common topped a great session for me, which ended with eight fish, including three other fish over 30lb.”


Jimmy Hill is a regular in Catch of the Month, this time he entered two fish from an 18-hour session on his Berkshire syndicate. The fish, which went 34lb 4oz and 25lb 10oz respectively, were part of a four fish haul taken on Krill wafters fished over a mix of Krill Active, Bloodworm pellets and Calanus Liquid.


Pre-baiting proved successful for Paul Singleton, who landed a lovely Colne Valley common of 33lb 8oz during an overnight session. The fish was taken from a snaggy spot, laced with a mixture of Krill boilies in different sizes.


A Signature wafter fished over a bed of Krill Active produced a 27lb 6oz common for Nick Baker. The 30-year-old fished Kent history water Chillham Mill, where he targeted a gravel spot close to a tiny island.


Targeting the busy Yateley complex, Razzo Ball targeted areas away from the crowds, which resulted in a new PB in the form of a 38lb 8oz mirror. The typical slate grey fish fell to a Krill pop-up fished over 3kg of Krill boilies along with half a kilo of pellets.


Reece King landed this 33lb 12oz mirror during a four-night session on Reading club water, Junction 12 Lake. He used a Krill pop-up hookbait over a spread of Krill Active. Reece said: “The fish came after the air pressure dropped, from a silty area I had been targeting, waiting for the good weather to come in.”