A Slow Session But It’s Good To Be On The Right Side Of The Line

I woke naturally again this morning, with no need of an alarm clock. It was 5.09 a.m. though, so I did have a lie-in before finally stirring from the pit.

It was a very wet and windy session and especially the latter caused bite detection to be an issue.

After missing a few weeks due to illness at the start of the month though, I’m just glad to be out and about regardless of the conditions.

I fished with a 9’ John Wilson Masterline Debut rod and a Shimano 3500 reel, loaded with 4lb Maxima Chameleon. 

The lead was a 1/4 ounce bomb, with a size 6 shot and 5mm bead. The hook was a Drennan Super Specialist size 16.

I fished with two maggots over mixed maggots and brown crumb.

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2 Comments

    1. I’ve been fishing 1lb 6oz hook lengths recently. However, as I’m targeting bigger perch now, that’s why I’m using 4lb line.

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