- Jul 4, 2019
I try that. Strike on the side of the reeds and they're meant to bolt the other way. Good tip when it works.
That takes a lot of self discipline mate. I will often fish the same pegs, it's the same reason as why I always park in the same place at work, we tend to be creatures of habit.Because I had my favourite pegs on Wellingborough's Millcotton snake lake in 2013 I set myself the target of fishing all 40 pegs. Took me 18 months.
Wrote it up in my blog here if anyone is interested.
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The matchman in my says just sit on any peg and make the most of it. To that end I always consult my notebook to see what pegs I have and have not fished recently. Sometimes though if I am in need of a confidence boost I will choose what is to me a good peg, or if on the canal one I know will produce even if breaking ice.
And I also will choose to fish a different rig, method or bait just to force myself to change and seek better ways or improvement.