Lloyds meadow today

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Lloyds meadow today

Postby jaygo » Tue Mar 25, 2008 7:21 pm

me and davey got there today around 12 to find only a couple of others fishing ,and decided to get on the pool furthest away from the carpark(dont know what the lake was called as there are 4 in total..anyways started out on the pole on some new expanders that were about to bring out but i could only get into roach and small skimmer bream ,whilst davy was getting the odd nice bream and roach,so i decided to try out by the island on corn soaked in betain whith a cage feeder full of fishmeal groundbait first chuck and every one after that resulted in carp ranging from a 1lb to 5lb i reckon i must have had at least 60lb of fish ...Davey will no doubt put a post on later but he had a lot more bream in his catch and finished whith about 50lb of bream and carp...really good days sport it was and the lakes are really well kept.

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The bait that davey had all his on

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most of the time we would be both playing fish at the same so a very good bagging venue when the weather isnt to good.
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GET ONTO VINE BAITS YOU KNOW IT MAKES SENSE.
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Postby bigdave » Tue Mar 25, 2008 7:28 pm

is that vine baits any good then :lol:
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Postby Shaun1118 » Tue Mar 25, 2008 7:56 pm

They dont have many products :? I believe they are good though :shock:


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