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Borwick Fisheries

Post  stebrown on Sun Jul 06, 2008 8:04 pm

22/06/08
Fished Dewhirst Pool, caught 11 carp for total estimated weight of 45lb.
Weather - very windy, showers
Method - Waggler off rod tip
Bait - Breadflake
Feed - Mashed Bread with halibut pellets + sweetcorn

06/07/08
Fished Dewhirst Pool, caught 8 carp for total estimated weight of 45lb.
Weather - light wind, heavy rain, sunshine
Method - Waggler off rod tip
Bait - Breadflake
Feed - Mashed Bread with halibut pellets + sweetcorn

On second visit I had 3 carp for 25lb Very Happy
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Post  Diane on Thu Jul 31, 2008 3:27 pm

Liam, Peter and Diane, yes me!! went to Borwick on 29th July.
We started off in Little Brookerat 10.30 am, the water was crystal clear and we could see all the fish.
We caught on the first casts. Lots of Golden Orfes, some Koi Carp. Liam had a huge one on, which nearly pulled him in!! Unfortunately he lost it.

Diane got her 1st Tench out too.

Then we moved over to Fingals Fishpond at about 1.30pm.
Peter was after something big, but he didn't get one.
Liam and Diane just fished maggots and caught loads of fish, Roach, Rudd, Bream, Perch, Ide and Chub.

Peter gave up on the biggies and settled for the smaller stuff.

At 4pm ish we moved back to Little Brooker for another go at the fancy fish. We got a few more each before the sky went black, and the wind got up, so we decided to pack up. Just in time too, as the heavens opened!! Liam, who had to have just another 5 minutes, got soaked!!!
Diane is really enjoying her fishing, just needing a little help with unhooking sometimes, but more or less doing it all herself, and now has a Tench and a Bream to add to her Species list!! How many different fish have you caught this year??

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Post  Jo on Thu Jul 31, 2008 6:32 pm

errr Rolling Eyes This year

I got a roach
then a bream Very Happy
then another bream Very Happy
then a skimmer Very Happy
a rudd or few
a perch or few
then another bream, but bigger than the others Very Happy Very Happy
then more bream Very Happy
then a few roach
then loads more bream Very Happy

I think Ive had some carp

But its been so long since I fished in Lancashire I have forgotten

Anyway Bream are loads better than crap.....I mean carp

Bream are beautiful, gorgeous, delicate and good looking fish that are hard to catch if you dont fish for them properly

Carp are pond pigs and will eat anything

I LOVE BREAM!!
BREAM RULE

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