Catching big bream on the Pellet Method with Glen Greasley

Wed 10 July 13


another big bream Ferry Meadows slides into the net

With the increasing numbers of match anglers now looking for a brake from commercial fisheries, bream matches on big natural venues are making a noticeable comeback. One venue in particular that has been producing some excellent sport for the visiting match angler over the summer and autumn of 2013 is Ferry Meadows, run by the Peterborough & District Angling Association. This excellent venue is located on the Nene Country Park complex in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. The stand out tactic that has lead to some big winning weights over the past 6 months is the pellet method feeder. One angler in particular that has got this approach down to a fine art is Glen Greasley, the GURU/MARUKYU backed Barnsley based rod has built an impressive match win CV over the past year using his fine tuned Pellet method approach. So the UKMA team decided to give him a call and arrange a session out on the bank with this very impressive angler, to find out what his secrets are and how he approaches a venue when trying to build a big bream weight in a match angling situation. After 5 hours on the bank with Glen, UKMA learnt a thing or two that could potentially up any angler


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