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manco
Jul-10-2005 @ 10:30 AM                           Permalink
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hi all,i intend to do alot of pike fishing when we get on the broads in aug, i thought id give wroxham broad a try but this place is huge, anyone any suggestions of which part of the broad to try and also lure or dead bait?

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paul watch what your doing your going up the bank ere !!!

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Now dont quote me on this one but last time i was on wroxham broard about a month ago as you entered the broard there were signs saying fishing was private, we only noticed as we left the broard, having just been fishing on it for a few hrs, sign did look old and tatty so im not sure, i think the broard is owned by the sailing club, although i may be wrong.

Wherever you end up fishing id use lures, always had more success with these then dead bait

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oh thats a downer, i must admit iv never seen these signs and as u say they look tatty they must have been there a while, maybe someone else can shed some light on this

paul watch what your doing your going up the bank ere !!!

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if you get the chance i have found the pike fishing around cockshot fairly decent,not huge fish but 6/8 pounders give a bit of sport,as to choice of fishing styles do both,dead bait rod within reach whilst spinning.

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Hi,.........Why not try for pike at the entrance to Barton broad,Just above Irstead.....`there are some enormous pike there, and you can moor at  the trees on the banking, right at the entrance.

J & B.

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Hi Paul   we went to  barton broad
and had some good pike fishing  
dead bait i found the best ledgered on botton  
i did try spinning  but not much good got a cpouple jack pike  that about it

s watson


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hi, thanks to all of you for the advice,i'll definatly try barton broad

paul watch what your doing your going up the bank ere !!!

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If your boat will pass under Potter bridge then the best spots we used to fish were the upper thurne.

Marthem Broad, Heigham Sound, Candle Dyke - all offer good pike to double figures.

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If my mind serves me correctly, isn't Martham broad out of bounds for fishing?  I thought there was a possibility to fish there during a three month period at the end of the season, but even then I think you need a permit (seperate to the rod lisence).

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How about starting a thread with hints for first time fishermen could end up as another guide perhaps. Lots of youngsters want to have a go but don't really have a clue and just buy a rod at a riverside shop. essentials needed what not to do with live bait on a boat etc.

"I know we are up the bank, but I didn't think the ducklings were going to get out of the way"  Bill...

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