At the moment its a no go unless the river drops to a sensible level and maybe the barble rods will get a dusting down, too much wind forcast for our area so boat fishing out at sea is out of the picture too
Got a match tomorrow here in Cornwall. Winds supposed to be easing later today. Unfortunately the weather meant we had to miss yesterdays on Bolingey, I couldn't leave the Mrs on her own with the awning and over 50mph winds. A real sickener as Bolingey is usually out of bounds unless you're on Whiteacres, and we're not.
I'm out on Sunday morning attempting to catch my first ever Zander. I'm not bothered what the weather chucks at me I can't wait.
I've never caught a Zander, barbel or grayling and I intend to catch at least 2 of the 3 this season.
Busy prepping for tomorrow, Messingham North Lake. This time it's a carping session so nothing left to chance. Boilies made and flavoured, all gear sorted and just drilling a few pop-ups for the hair rig. Later tonight I'll be chopping some luncheon meat, packing some sarnies, and gathering my gear downstairs so as not to disturb wifey in the early hours. Can't wait...bring it on.
Still drying out.....had a few hours on a local stillwater this morning, bottled it and chose a sheltered peg out of the wind, managed a couple of small tench and about 4lb of roach. When the rain started coming down like stair rods I gave up and retreated home
Week off from work so hope to be out Monday. Want to fish the Trent but need to keep a close eye on the levels??? Plan to join the old boys for a club knock up on Wednesday on the local ponds I've been fishing. Hopefully an evening session somewhere then off to the IOM for the classic TT next Saturday for practice week. Happy days and sod work for a fortnight.
Looks like we've missed most of the fun stuff up here in the north-east (again)
Couple of sharp showers last night with some distant lightning and that's been about it
Currently a bit breezy with blue sky and sunshine