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  1. #101
    DAN.king of bad spelling! Guest

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    tony,
    not my idea of fun sitting next to rage filled water and water that could rise at any given moment.
    instead i went to rother valley and was warned at one time that they may flood the lakes as the rother was at the top of the banks and may flood rotherham (i know thats not a bad thing)
    but they didnt and what a session i had i know that the lake isnt like a river and god knows i love river fishing but i had one hell of a bream session even had a big mirror feeding right at the end of my rods on a patch of gravel but the swans scared it of in the end.
    i started catching mid day on friday as the rains started but it didnt put them off instead it made them go nuts and i couldnt put enough bait in.i finished the session the following afternoon with over 100lb of bream taken in 24 hours biggest being 9 lb . .

  2. #102
    DAN.king of bad spelling! Guest

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    but on the down side i got wet and missed the trent but its not going any place soon.

  3. #103
    Tony Rocca Guest

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    Sounds good Dan, I used to live just up the road from Rother Valley when they were building it.

    Trents still full, fishing its head off though.

  4. #104
    DAN.king of bad spelling! Guest

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    ill be going in to the trent over the next few weeks Tony hope i can get amongst the fish there to cant wait!

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    Fingers crossed it'll be fishable!
    'I'm a kind of paranoid in reverse: I suspect people of plotting to make me happy...' (J.D. Salinger, 1919-2010)

  6. #106
    DAN.king of bad spelling! Guest

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    i know what your saying!
    hope this damb rain goes away soon im missing the river !

  7. #107
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    LEE hows the trent looking ?
    i havent had chance to go yet,hope the water drops as my local river Don is towing like a steam train!
    so the trent must be up to its bank tops!
    and to top this the pole is still dusty it just aint right!

  8. #108
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    it was upto the top...but it should be dropping nicely now
    PaSC

  9. #109
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    Still to the top Lee, rose again since yesterday, and it was full then.

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    fingers crossed this rain will blow over soon.

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