Please Help...

Status
Not open for further replies.

Brian L

Member
Joined
Aug 8, 2002
Messages
6
Hi guy's and girls.

Im new ish to the fishing experience but i need some advice. Is it worth fishing in weather like this weekend? Expected 32 degrees and sunny. I heard nothing bites in weather like this apart from little roach and stuff is this true. Any help would be lovely.

Thank you.

Can i touch this one???
 

norm

Regular member
Joined
Mar 17, 2002
Messages
10,596
hi mate
early in the morning and in the afternoon is the best time
i was fishing yesterday (got one hell of a sun tan)and had 45 barbell
and 6 carp (bite every cast all day)missed loads
so just get out there and enjoy iticon_smile_big.gificon_smile_big.gificon_smile_big.gificon_smile_big.gificon_smile_big.gificon_smile_big.gificon_smile_big.gif
WHO`S PEG CAN I CAST INTO?
 

Brian L

Member
Joined
Aug 8, 2002
Messages
6
Hi mate,

Thanks for the advice and congrats on a great day yesterday. Does that apply for lakes aswell?

Thanks again mate.

Brian.

Can i touch this one???
 

norm

Regular member
Joined
Mar 17, 2002
Messages
10,596
it was on a lake mate
still water barbell
(dont tell anyone on this site about it though)
or we will get some dodgy replies)icon_smile_wink.gificon_smile_wink.gificon_smile_wink.gificon_smile_wink.gificon_smile_wink.gificon_smile_wink.gificon_smile_wink.gificon_smile_wink.gificon_smile_wink.gif
WHO`S PEG CAN I CAST INTO?

As if i'd say anything about stillwater barbel icon_smile_wink.gif

Edited by - Trogg on 16 August 2002 11:03:00 AM
 

Trogg

the bouncer
Staff member
Site Supporter
Joined
Aug 11, 2001
Messages
27,731
Hi Brian

Welcome to MD & welcome to angling, you're starting out on a never ending learning curve icon_smile_wink.gif

In weather like this you'll probably find floating/ slow sinking baits best as the fish will be near the surface cos thats where the best oxygen diffusion will be.

(oh by the way, no you can't ruddy touch it!!) icon_smile_big.gif


Alan

I'll have a fiver on the black un
 

Brian L

Member
Joined
Aug 8, 2002
Messages
6
Thanks guy's thats settled it then. Now i know what im doing for the weekend.

Thanks again for all the advice.

Brian.

Can i touch this one???
 

Brian L

Member
Joined
Aug 8, 2002
Messages
6
Sorry guy's i am not getting much help from my local tackle shop. What is a good bait you would suggest as a slow sinking bait for carp and that on a lake?

Thanks again

Brian.

Can i touch this one???
 

Simon R

Regular member
Site Supporter
Joined
May 19, 2002
Messages
12,143
Norm

Where did you get 45 barbel from?
I've caught a few from stillwaters up here but never that many

Or is the location staying as secret as your bait icon_smile_big.gif

Tight Lines

Simon
 

norm

Regular member
Joined
Mar 17, 2002
Messages
10,596
sessay mate
stuffed with them (popular lake)icon_smile_wink.gificon_smile_wink.gificon_smile_wink.gif
WHO`S PEG CAN I CAST INTO?
 

Geoff P

The MOGerator
Staff member
Site Supporter
Joined
Dec 2, 2001
Messages
15,492
Hi Brian

I will be fishing myself on sunday. I will be fishing about 18 inches deep, with either caster, maggot or pellet on the hook and throwing in about 5 maggots or casters or a couple of pellets every 30 seconds or so.

I will be changing my depth as the fish go up and down in the water. Hopefully I will catch, no I'll change that, I know I will catch. Roach, carp, and skimmer bream are the norm, up in the water, at WhiteSprings in South Wales, plus some nice golden orfe.

Good luck

Geoff

RSSG member - are you?
Clean Banks Campaign member
 

scouse

'River Man'
Joined
Sep 13, 2001
Messages
1,306
hi brian
he forgot to tell you they were
only 2inchs long lol
ok norm m8

dave
scouse (and proud of it)
 
Status
Not open for further replies.
Top