Down on the Meadows lake for my Sunday night session. After a look round in the swims that are on the back of the wind, as the last few days there has been a chill in the air.
I quit fancy this one that gives me access to a bay area with overhanging trees and a gap throw to the santry area and also with the sun and no wind on that bank, I felt that would be a perfect area. With the night temperature not dropping that much I am hoping the fish will feed, as the lake has been fishing not that we’ll over the past few days.
The righthand rod was cast into the gap that’s in the middle of this photo, with a Godman Pva Versacast filled with Bait-tech krill and Tuna oil and 5 spombs of a mix of groundbait and poloni boilies.
The other rod the same, just fished into the bay more
By the reed’s some 70yards away.
It was then time to soaked up the afternoon sun.
At around 10 pm the left hand rod was off and attached to a good old lump, that was kiting to the left and if I was not careful would be round the back of the small island to the right of me, I started pump the rod hard and the fish moved more into open water and a bit more under control and I new there was a good chance this would be much second thirty of the week, once under the rod tip is was just a matter of time before he fish was betten and slopped over the cord.
And sure enough in the net was another 33lb 1oz mirror, what a week this was turning out to be.
I recast the rod after reshaping the hook and with a fresh 14mm poloni pop up on , the rod was back on the spot again.
With the normal interrupted by the bream. That was it and the clock sprung into life at 0545 signaling it was time to be on my home.
Until next time