Monthly Archives: August 2012

  • Bristol Docks, Evening Series 30/8/12

    Thursday night match was hampered by the water level going up and down all night long, it was also very coloured making it very hard to present the bait correctly on the pole. The constantly changing level was probably due to water entering the dock from the river frome after...
  • Bristol Docks, Evening Series 23/8/12

    Thursdays evening match showed more promise than it produced, with overcast skies and no flow everybody was expecting the bream to feed, the weights looked good but the bream didnt feed until late into the evening, the anglers put their lights on around 8.15pm, yet some anglers couldnt catch untill...
  • Division 1 National, Bristol Avon

    Saturdays Division One was a match I had mixed feelings about, whilst it was on my doorstep and have fished it for years I knew how patchy and moody this piece of water can be. My first 3 matches of the season I averaged over 60lb per match, the next...
  • Angling Trust Winter League Final, Partridge Lakes

    A new venue for this years final was met with a little uncertainty amongst my Dorking team mates, we didnt know what to expect, the weights looked good in the papers, but with a 3 hour drive to the venue and lots of other commitments our practice time was kept...
  • Bristol Docks, Evening Series 9/8/12

    Thursday daytime was the best day this summer for sunbathing, and to spend the cool evening fishing at Baltic Wharf was glorious. Conditions were perfect for pole fishing, flat, a slight tow and a tinge of colour, yet the bream refused to come in on the pole line and stayed...
  • Kamasan Final, Barston Lakes 4/8/12

    55 of the top anglers in the country lined up at the clubhouse to fish for £1000 prize money. All the pre match talk was that you wanted to draw the far end of the lake as the wind had been blowing that way for days and all the anglers...
  • Bristol Docks Evening Series 1/8/12

    This weeks match was back to Baltic Wharfe, most of the boats had left the docks after the harbour festival, and conditions looked good as there was a tinge of colour in the water, it was overcast and raining, ideal conditions for the skimmers to feed. 5 anglers broke double...
  • New Preston Method Feeder Flying Back Lead

    Preston Innovations have just launched a New method feeder flying back lead, it has been designed to reduce line bites when fishing up to islands or shallow margins. When you cast these back leads fly back up the line and pin the line on the bottom, where feeding fish cant...

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