urgent fishing tomorrow (tuesday)

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Piker

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hi tommorow im going fishing (today is monday) and i need some replies desperately quick.thanks very much

Well i would like some tips on how to catch big perch im fishing in a pit where there are perch over 3lb it is lilly lined. I would prefer to ledger but just tell me your method , rig and bait...
thanks again please get posting

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angler-mark

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Hi Piker,
I use a waggler when fishing for Perch. I Feed chopped worm and casters and use a worm as hookbait(size 14 hook). I fish 8 inches overdepth with a BB shot on the bottom. Feed little and often and you should catch a few. Good Luck [:D]

Tight Lines

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martin.

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i agree with mark but would be a pole instead of rod & on hook would be lobwormon a 10

tight lines.
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joe1987

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try a maggot feeder(make the holes bigger with a stanley knife) full of chopped worm, (near the lilies) and a big fat juicy lobworm on the hook maybe tipped with caster.

Get them rods bent, get them reels screamin', get fishin!
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haydn.borthwick

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I agree same as both above apart from I nip the tail off the worm with my fingers so the juices can act as an atractant. It works well...Haydn good luck tomorrow.



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The percher

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arnt pits very deep?
In the margins a waggler with a fat lob on can be very good, if the pit is deep, ledgering a worm, or a bunch of maggots with just a feww ssg's as weight, on a paternoster can be very good, i say ssgs because perch are aggresive, but as they grow bigger, they are quicker to reject anything unnatural or with resistance, this is why i use a paternoster. Also if lure fishing is allowed, a copper mepps spinner, tipped with a red tail can be very good as can jellyworms.
Best of luck
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