Exclusive feeder champs reports from Match Fishing's on-the-bank correspondents.
England looking for a podium finish as day two of the World Feeder Champs begins.
The second day of the World Feeder championships is underway on Italy's river Tevere and England have secured what they deem to be a good draw.
The river is again almost motionless, and after yesterday's team result placing England mid-table in eighth spot overall, the boys are left with it all to do if they are going to secure a podium finish.
Speaking to Match Fishing on the bank Assistant England Coach, Adam Wakelin said: "A podium finish is still a possibility, but it will need each of our five anglers to come first or second in their section today.
"We've adopted a much more positive approach for day two - we need to catch carp and carrassio today so that's what we're aiming for."