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Scotland Troutmasters reports for week-ending July 3rd, 2015

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Trout Fisherman,
03 July 2015 13:51

Forbes of Kingennie, Tayside As temperatures continue to rise the evening fly hatches are becoming very prolific. Fish are very preoccupied on caenis at times, and there have also been some big sedges on the water bringing some exciting chases and swirls. When they haven’t been on the surface it has paid to go much deeper as the fish seek ...

Wales Troutmasters reports for week-ending July 3rd, 2015

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Trout Fisherman, 03 July 2015 13:49

Cwm Hedd Lakes, GwentDespite anglers being advised that it's very hard fishing, most have caught fish this week. The point of the island has been particularly productive, with Luke Thomas taking one and returning 10 on Sunday on Buzzers and Damsels. Roger Harry took one, returned six and lost three on his first visit of the week using an Epoxy ...

England Troutmasters reports for week-ending July 3rd, 2015

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Trout Fisherman, 03 July 2015 13:43

Avington Trout Fishery, HampshireThe fishing has become noticeably more difficult in the current hot conditions. The mornings are still as productive as ever with plenty of fish being caught in the first couple of hours. All three lakes produced fish comfortably into double-figures. The biggest fish was a 13lb 10oz rainbow from lake one by N. Bristow, closely followed by ...

12lb tench caught on float tackle

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Angling Times, 03 July 2015 08:30

First double figure tench falls to bread after 15-year hunt “I would never fish for tench with bolt rigs and bite alarms because to me the float is the only way.” These are the words of Colin Hebb, who ended a 15-year quest for a double-figure fish when he landed this huge 12lb 1oz specimen on float tackle. It would ...

Netting survey finds ‘hidden’ giant pike

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Angling Times, 02 July 2015 08:30

Bailiffs on a top stretch of river were left surprised when a netting survey revealed a giant predator that has never been caught. The Kings Weir stretch of Hertfordshire’s River Lea was given a stock analysis by the Environment Agency, and officials were shocked when a near-30lb pike that is yet to be banked was found. Fishery boss Andre Tredgett ...

Barford Lakes annual festival bookings now being taken

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Anonymous, 01 July 2015 16:02

Norfolk complex Barford Lakes is hosting its annual four day festival this August with an entry-dependent £600 first prize plus a host of daily section and lake pay outs across the week, taking in the Match, Colton, Railway and Willow Lakes.Anglers pay £120 all in for the week and then fish each lake on rotation with 16 anglers on each ...

14lb bream best of 34

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Angling Times, 01 July 2015 11:15

Top specialist Ted Bryan’s first bream fishing session of 2015 was one to remember when he banked 21 fish over 10lb topped by a 14lb 10oz specimen.He kicked off his session at a southern stillwater with the introduction of 3kg of Nash Baits mixed particles and presented 10mm Tangerine Dream pop-ups over the top.It was an approach that saw him ...

Carp Society's Horseshoe Lake is 'not for sale'

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Angling Times, 30 June 2015 15:16

PLANS to liquidate the Carp Society and sell off its famous Horseshoe Lake look to have stalled after being made public.The society was set up in 1981 and the Gloucestershire lake purchased in 1992 by selling more than 1,00011-year permits to members. However, the venue is now a day-ticket water and membership numbers have fallen sharply.Angling Times understands a plan ...

Wake-up call from 34lb 2oz canal common carp

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Angling Times, 30 June 2015 15:10

Canal-caught commons don’t come much better than this example taken by Jordan Dicks.The Bristol Angling Centre employee tricked this 34lb 2oz stunner from a stretch of the Gloucester Canal after a lengthy prebaiting campaign.“I’ve been baiting an area of the canal for the last six weeks and have been catching mainly doubles, until last week, when I did a quick ...

New remote-controlled helicopters created for finding fish and dropping your rig in

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Anonymous, 30 June 2015 15:05

REMOTE-controlled helicopters fitted with fish-finders and armed with a device to drop a rig into your swim could soon be coming to a venue near you.The Aguadrone is the latest creation aimed at today’s angler, with inventors claiming that the advanced technology will make it easier than ever to catch big fish.Users will be able to fly the drone  to ...


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