I claim no skill in catching it. I was using a Method feeder for skimmers/bream and this thing managed to get itself foulhooked under the jaw. It did not fight and came in as a dead weight. I landed it by standing in the water and lifting it out in my arms.
If its of interest the lake is in France and is the one I am fishing in my profile picture.
I can go get you a bucket full from my local new junction canal. Fish a groundbait feeder with chopped worm both in the crumb and on the hook. Tip the hook with a fluoro pinkie. You won't fail. Not as common as the Tommy but, you'll probably catch the odd Miller's thumb ( bullhead ) also. It's getting a tad late now but, spring time, they are a nuisance when fishing for bream. Aim for Sykehouse lock on the new junction canal. Good luck