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Tich
Sep-08-2011 @ 9:04 PM                           Permalink
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Hi Bish,

thanks for all the info.  I have looked on the net and can't find anything on
how to tie or fish the loop method.  
If you can point me in the correct direction that will be great.  I haven't
done much feeder fishing in the past.

Cheers

Tich

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Hi tich,
Try looking on fishingmagic.com, there is a
diagram on there, or do a google image
search and type in 'river loop rig' and a
couple of basic diagrams are there. Dont give
up on it if it looks complicated to you at first,
its really not. My 12 year could tie it in 5 mins
after bein shown twice, its that easy if
someone shows you. If u cant get it off the
web il try n explain how to do it on here.
Fatherlord has a good point bout the time of
year. When ive holidayed on the broads ive
fished the main rivers in summer, the dykes n
boatyards in winter. The fish tend to shoal off
the river and move to the yards in winter. I
personaly, would think early october the fish
will still be in the river at horning if we havnt
started having frosts. You may wanna scale
your line and hooks down a bit to what you
would use in August thou.
Regards, Bish.

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Sep-09-2011 @ 7:20 PM                           Permalink
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Thanks again Bish,

here is the one I have found and it seems quite straight forward.  Next
thing for me to sort out is a reel, feeders, line, hook link and hooks as I
don't think my carp tackle will be right  Playful Wink .

Well I tried putting the web link up for the one I found but for some
reason it comes up as a false site.  If you do a search on google for
'steve ringers four top winter feeder and leger rig' and follow the first
link I think it is a good diagram and explanation on how to tie it so I
will try over the weekend.

Tich

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Tich I hope I am wrong but judging by what I have been
seeing and experiencing whilst fishing the Bure over the
recent weeks we would appear to be approximately 3 weeks
to 1month ahead weather wise and although I haven’t
fished Horning I have only been a short distance away and
fishing has at times been difficult which is unusual  in
early September.
So what I am saying is have a plan B in place in case
Horning doesn’t work out.


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Sep-09-2011 @ 8:34 PM                           Permalink
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Hi Tich
Yep the steve ringer explanation for the loop
method is very clear and conscise. May be
worth being able to tie the fixed paternoster
rig to, especially if the bream are a bit edgy.
As for your hooks, feeders etc try and pick
fathernorths brain on what he is using on the
Bure at the minute! I havnt fished the main
river as late as october, but im sure you will
have to scale down what ive caught on
during the night in august - upto size 14
hooks, 3lb links, 6lb main and 2oz feeders!
Bream can be notoriously finicky, but if you
get em feeding you do catch em on heavier
gear. Nothing like good local info, if u can get
it and i used to find the guy with the tackle
shop at jb boats in horning a chatty sort. Dont
kno if its the same guy but worth a go while
your in Horning. Also check out the other
thread on here ref 'clear water' on the Bure.
Regards, Bish.

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Sep-19-2011 @ 5:17 PM                           Permalink
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I was there 2nd week in August for our annual stay at Kingline Cottages near the Ferry Inn.Unfortunately,the fishing was very slow at night and the big bream shoals of previous years just didn't show up.However I've heard the recent reports from the same spot are particularly good and the big bream shoals are now being regularly located in the Horning area so hopefully you'll have good sport next month.

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Hi Blacky,
Sorry the Bream didnt show...im in Horning
August next year...hope they show then! Bit
early to start worrying just yet, disapointing
thou when you look forward to it and then
the fish play hard to get. I remember staying
at kingline cottages years ago....they had a
guy who just wandered into your property
totally unannouced for a chat! Never forget
it....v funny and a bit disconcerting at the
same time! Totally freaked the holidaymaker
out staying next door to us, it did. Made it
even funnier. Happy days!
Bish.

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Sep-20-2011 @ 9:20 AM                           Permalink
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Ha Ha Bish,that would have been Robert King himself - he likes to keep in close touch with his guests!.Still had a few bream this year and a great holiday,just didn't do as well as previous years but thats fishing for you.
We've had nights where we haven't been able to lift the net out of the water the next morning,if you check out
their website gallery/yourphotos you'll see some pics of a net of bream we had a couple of years ago and that was only between 10pm and 2.30am!.The pic shows only half the story,we'd already put approx 50% back before it was taken!!
Cheers,
Blacky

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Hi Blacky,
Great net of Bream, that must have been
some night! I've not fished the Bure for bout
5 years, booked a Horning cottage for 2012
thou.
Is it still the same type of fishing? The bream
were between 4 and 7lb, and you didnt need
to fish light to catch em at night. Size 12/14
hooks, 3lb hooklinks, with big worms or corn
on. Had to put stacks of groundbait in mind.
Just cheap crumb was ok,  or it wudve
bankcrupt us! Any hints much apreciated.
Thanks, Bish.

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Thats more or less what we do Bish,we get a 30kg bag of cheap breadcrumb from Wroxham tackle shop at the start of the week which more or less lasts us.Lace it with plenty of corn and maggott as we mix it each night.Load in about a dozen or so balls halfway to 3/4 across river just as the light fades and the boat traffic stops then fish maggott,worm or corn in conjunction with a 2oz (to hold bottom when the tide is really pulling) open ended swimfeeder to keep the bait going in.
Normally it doesn't take long for the bream to move over the bait and once they do its all hands to the pump,they even take it on the drop despite the weight of the feeder!!.My mate also had a nice 5lb tench last year and the guy next door had two 6lb plus beauties the same night which made me feeling a little left out to say the least!.
We always use a large set of 4 x 500kw halogen floodlights on 2 tripod's to light up the river and see what we're doing properly,only prob with that is the insect life hatching off the river can find them (and us!) a little too enticing!.

Cheers,
Blacky

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Thanks for that blackie.
Sounds just how i remember it, gonna be a
long wait til next summer.
Dont know how you coped with the insects
under the halogens! We had a nightmare
with em one year stayin further down river at
'Cresta Cottage', got bit to death.
Embarrassing visit to chemist in Wroxham,
really covered in bites. Never had a light on
again, just a hand torch and isotopes on the
rod tips. Always fish with the rods in the air
thou, and often bats would swoop for the
isotopes! Looked like the most amazin bites
id ever seen till i realised it were bats
whacking the tips and line. Got used to it
though and it beat the mosquito bites!
Bish.

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