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UKCARP MAGAZINE 51 JANUARY 3RD 2012Stupidly, I hadn't dressed for weather like this and everything was soaked. Even the maggots were making good their escape, thanks to my leaving the top off the tub. But the rods were out and I gave myself another 30 minutes before I'd shoot home to get dry. While I was practically counting down the seconds one of the rods went and a feisty 10-pounder was soon in the net. I was wet but well chuffed - I'd only been on the bank two hours yet I'd had a couple and lost one, just the way I like it. This was my refined approach in action, little-and-often with the magic hemp and maggot mix, and a quick and easy rig. For me it's a real winner for banking carp quickly on a short session, and it does get me some stunning results. "My refi ned approach was little-and-often with the hemp and maggot mix, and a quick and easy rig"How the PVA bag is attached to the lead - hooklink and reel line are fixed to the other end.Another common to the refined maggot approach.This 10-pounder rounded off a perfect session.