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As the wind swings to the East and temperatures plummet the catching of fish becomes a struggle especially for carp. This doesn’t deter the hardiest anglers who will fish in any weather wrapped up in warm clothing and snug within their bivvys. As always the real bonus is being out by the water witnessing nature in all its glory and if the fishing is quiet then all the more chance of savouring those sunrises and sunsets. Steve Pinn spends many hours fishing Stafford Moor and captures some wonderful images including these stunning shots taken from the bivvy.



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15322344_10210897276418237_1287848180_oThere is far more to fishing than catching fish and I always love to see images from the waters edge. I obtained this fantastic image from Stafford Moor from ‘Steve Pinn (aka The Bivvy Tramp)’ – As he is affectionately known by some of his mates. Photography and angling go together hand in hand especially in carp fishing where the angler is so often waiting expectantly amidst the natural landscape.

Fortunately I am sure the ice has gone now and with luck this will bring the fish on the feed!