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Old 15-09-2013, 18:28
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Old 15-09-2013, 18:50
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Binks,


Nice write up, thanks for sharing. Fishing Tuesday and Wednesday in the hope I can overturn that huge perch and win Peter's trophy.

Norfolk and chance, as usual......


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Steve you,re gonna wear them photos out!! No seriously another catch of quality fish again,you are a lucky man to have a river of such quality and potential near you,but it sounds like you really do you,re homework as well,and obviously reap the rewards,deservedly so,cheers Gaz

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Had my son and daughter in law down for a mornings plug fishing. Obliging jacks, had 5 on, they landed 3. They saw the rain clouds building and went home. I thought I'd stay and put a bait out for a carp until it got too wet, started packing up about 4 when the deluge started and off went the rod. 20 mins or so later, very wet, I put back a 21. Home, kettle on, fire alight, tea and cake to round the day off. A very pleasant wet one!

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I'd be gutted to find out what I thought was weed was actually a bream.
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Old 15-09-2013, 19:55
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I'd be gutted to find out what I thought was weed was actually a bream.
Lol, the weed fights twice as hard!
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Went down to the River Salwarpe and found.........................................A Competition

I have fished there about six times and never seen another soul

You know they don't fish there often if they ask me for advice, (blind leading the blind etc.)

Went down to a little fishery in Hartlebury and had four Carp to about 8lb around a dozen Bream (including two real flyers) Roach to almost a pound, couple of small Rudd, a Tench and even a Gudgeon. The pool has plenty of trees and under brolly wasn't bothered by the wind or rain. Finished about 1.30 p.m. after a really enjoyable session
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Hi!
My lad (badger98) and I went carping to apex park on saturday as from the weather point of view this was the best day. We got there at about 07.00 and there wasn't a breath of wind. We fished two pegs up a channel between the bank and the island where we know the carp patrol up and down. As we are making our own baits at the moment we used fish flavoured boilies in three colours; white, brown and red, with the addition of pva bags carrying crushed offerings of the same.
We set up two rods each, both with running ledgers and a mixture of size 6 and 8 hooks. I baited mine with a white boilie on one and a brown on the other, Whilst Sean went with each of white and red on his.
The baits went in with pva's attached to about a metre from the island and we settled down with a cup of coffee.
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About forty minutes passed by and one of Seans buzzers took only to stop within a second, then about five minutes later my left hand rod nearly jumped off the rest with an almighty scream and by the time I got to flip my baitrunner off that run too had gone. We noted that both bites fell to the rods baited with the white boilies.
We left the rods in place and within five minutes Seans' rod carrying the red boilie started shedding line at a high rate of knots, the alarm screaming like a banshee and on this occasion didn't stop.
Bingo! after five minutes the carp showed it's face for the first time and Sean new he was up for a p.b. Fish netted and after breaking the landing net handle, the fish was weighed in at just over 10lbs - result!
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Although it was a p.b. for Sean it was the last fish we had all day.
The wind started blowing and seemed to constantly change direction and I think this may have had a bearing on the fishing all over the lake as it went dead for everybody until later in the afternoon. when a few pole fishermen started to pick up silvers.
Not very good for me but I'm so happy for badger98 - he caught his first double!!
Tight lines.
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well done on your pb badger98. im yet to have my first double, hoping to change that on sunday!
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hope yours give you as much enjoyment as Seans did for him!
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