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hi mitchsnake.
forget carp fishing if you are going to  stick on the rivers thy are about but not a lot .
but some one will no different .
stick to bream perch ect

michael & tony

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night fishing is the best time to fish in my opinion. Won't be using a lantern. just a torch or something.lol.

My dad was saying that we could moor up for the night then get off the boat and set everything up on the bank and have a little portable barbecue or something.

I just hate all the spiders etc at night. Anyway i hope i catch some big fish. Do bream feed off the bottom, middle or top and whats the best bait for them, Maggotts?

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ok won't be carp fishing then. I like spinning for perch and pike but im just worrying because if i get a 20lb + pike i don't know how to handle it, and me and my dad dont fancy putting our hands up inside its chin.

If i do get one i will probably hold it down while my dad gets the spinner out with the forceps.lol.


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biggest pike i ever caught was with my friend at a drain in boston in lincolnshire (where i live) on a spinner.

You can see me holding it in the picture. didn't weigh it but im guessing its around 6 - 7 lb, it looks alot smaller in the picture than it actually was in real life.lol

when i got that pike in i laid it on the bank and kneeled over it so that it was in between my legs. Then i got the spiner out,lol.



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hi if you go to one of the sites that we sent you and have a look at feeder fishing.i fish for bream this way. Smile

michael & tony

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ok, have printed everything on there already. going to read it shortly. thanks

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In the evening round here the fish are close to the surface and sometimes we have pike 'jumping' after them. If you see it stop fishing for a while it's worth watching a master fisherman at work, just magic  Smile

"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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cool, will look out for that. it would be brill to see a pike at work. Now im even more excited. didn't sleep last night, dredding going to bed tonight.lol

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Just imagine you'r tucked up in your bunk and the wavelettes are lapping at the hull you'll soon be off and at least you won't have some b*****d little coot pecking at the waterline at 4.00am in the morning

"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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either for the journey or when u get there i would recommend buying a copy of 'improve your course fishing'magazine lots of good tips with very clear pictures of how to set up tackle & baits to use,this months has a cd backed up by columns in the mag on plumbing your float correctly, tight lines.

tonyb

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