It’s been some weeks since I have been out on an overnighter in the week. This has been mostly caused by the extension we are having done at home. I am so pushed for time when I get back in the morning with unloading my fishing kit and then reloading with my garden kit, as my part-time gardening, has gone a bit full time. Much to my wife’s ‘reminding’, I am falling behind my househusband chores. Fingers crossed, normal service will resume by the end of July and what perfect timing that will be!
I arrived down the lake at my normal 7pm time and with the wind nicely pushing onto the tower bank. I really liked the look of this and saw a couple of fish roll – I was a very happy camper. It also helped that I knew the swim very well and could flick the baits on the spots. I put a small amount of Spotted Fin particle blend out and a pouch or two on catalyst boilies before the seagulls arrived, will have to put the rest out after dark.
As the sunset set and night fell, I was feeling quite confident. I had a couple of bleeps around midnight, it was looking good. It was not to be.
The sun rose over the forest, it was all too soon packing up time. It was a bit hard this morning, there was a couple of fish rolling over my baited area. I hung on as long as possible, but it was not to be.
Until next time
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