This trip is going to be a bit wet and windy, as there is a good storm pushing though tonight. This means plenty of wind and rain to stir the fish up.
The swim selection was a bit limited, a few other members had the same idea. The swim I had fished during the week was available and I was very confident that the fish would still be in the area.
This would also give me a bit of shelter from the weather. Both rods where going to be fished in the margins, for the late morning and afternoon. The bags were filled with my stix & bag mix and a Natural Pop Ups.
The right hand rod would stay under this bush, with a nice load of Spotted Fin G02 groundbait and chopped Catalyst boilies. The other rod would be pushed out from the margins, as the chance of getting a fish in at night from there was zero (even with my rod butts in the door way), when the storm arrived with the wind and waves!
Before the rain
And after the rain, it nearly got on the door.
The levels certainly came up a bit last night. First real Autumn storm to get the leaves blown out of the trees and that certainly did happen last night.
A bit of a morning glow coming from the distance.
Unfortunately, despite my best efforts, I didn’t get any fish – which was a shame.
Until next time
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