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Aug-03-2010 @ 10:19 AM                           Permalink
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Hello all im Chris, 14 from Bedfordshire, i spend lots of time on holiday in Norfolk ( Great Yarmouth etc) but in a few days we are staying in Chedgrave for a week, and im planning to fish the River Chet. What i am interested in knowing is what species of fish ( course) are in the river and what tactics/ bait should i be using. I am very much a silverfish fisherman, and am used to fishing my local canal, but i presume fishing small rivers like the Chet is very different,

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Hi Chris, and welcome to the forum, we have fished the chet whilst on holiday and found a good selection of roach, bream, perch odd chub eels and Pike. we have used in the past bread, maggots both red and white , worms but these seem to attract the eels and once on your patch will have them every other cast. the river itself is slow moving ad affected by the tide so you will get canal like conditions on the turn of the tide. we tend to be traditional with rod and line but I'm sure the pole has its place, have fun and if you get some good fish post the piccies.

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There are many fish in the basin at the end of the river including a trout or two, if you catch any put them back for they are not too for eating. Welcome by the way

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Hi and thanks for the replies :D Are there any Local tackle shops around chedgrave or loddon or are the nearest ones further out e.g norwich or Great Yarmouth etc?

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Chris

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