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Winter fishing is not for the faint hearted, and although the fish are undoubtedly harder to catch during the colder months, they are still catchable.
Firstly, so this article doesn’t just tell you ‘how’ to take photos at night in certain circumstances I will go back to the beginning to help understanding of what we are doing when we a take photo.
Fishing the Brook is hard, however according to members who had been on for a few years this year because of Covid and the lack of weed it seemed worse...
As an angler who has a young family and a normal 9-5 job bank time can sometimes be hard to come by, fishing short sessions when the boys have gone to bed or in between work is what I am used too.
Although the session was a struggle, I left the lake with a beaming smile on my face and could not wait for my next session down there.
Rewards aren’t always instantly granted for effort, and that has been the case for me on The Brook. But sometimes it all just suddenly clicks into place.
Many small day ticket waters across the country are renowned for being quite tricky places to outwit our beloved species – the carp. In this article I will run through my tactics on how I look to tackle such lakes.
A cracking common carp, the biggest fish that had been out of that lake for 3 months according to the bailiff.
The sound of the bobbin smacking the blank of right hand rod and the Siren letting out a few beeps had me scrambling out of the bivvy.
Arriving at Farlows is always exciting as the lake is full of cracking scaley mirrors, and the style of fishing is so diverse.
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