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Smallboat
Nov-02-2019 @ 4:40 PM                           Permalink
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Although I have lived in Norfolk for over 25 years my experience on the Broads is limited. To rectify this I have bought a boat in Wroxham and will fish for pike over this winter. My ambition was to catch a 20lb pike. I have caught an 18 and two 19lb pike from the river Trent in the past. My first trip out was last monday when I landed a 24lb pike. Can someone tell me if this is a rare size and what sort of sizes have been coming out recently?

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Been some big pike catches around the bridge area potter heigham recently

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The viaduct moorings Wroxham and the Woodbaswick moorings Horning can both be fruitful

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Does anyone know how Horning is fishing at present?


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