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jon321wl
Mar-06-2011 @ 4:49 PM                           Permalink
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Hi,

Me and my sons are getting a cruiser from stalham
tomorrow, its been years since i fished the broads.
Wheres fishing well and wheres not so well?  A mate went
away early november and never even got a bite/  Please
tell me its a bit different now

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To be honest the best fish we have caught were when we fished the boat yards, its a good home for large bream and perch. Also the odd pike looking for food, they chase shoals of fish into the yards and wait for them to come out and pick them off, also the otters chase the shoals into the yards to do the same as the pikes, we watched them doing it last year.

Past Wroxham towards Coltishall is good, water is cystal clear, loads of roach, perch, bream and rudd, as well as plenty of jack pikes.

hope that helps


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