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Heritage Is Important
was still alive will know that if you
fish out into the main lake on your
left, away from the islands out in front
of you and to your right, you cannot
actually watch that area of water
unless you are down by your rods by
the water’s edge. That night and early
morning there was a lot of activity out
in the main lake, and it came as no
real surprise when I had a take in the
night and landed The Fully Scaled at
20lb 2oz, a cracking looking fish.
Ridiculously, as a side note to this,
that poor fish now resides in the Pad
Lake, put there during the netting
after Bazil died.
Back to the story though, I now
thought I had a really good chance at
Bazil as The Fully Scaled had been
caught with Bazil before (by Dave
Mallin, I’m led to believe). Craig had
been fishing on The End Point, but
had also heard the fish out in the main
lake. He came round and did the pictures for me of The Fully Scaled in the
morning, and then moved into The
Main Works swim, just down to my
(Above) Simon Croft bags Bazil 45lb,
Yateley North Lake.
18lb 6oz North Lake Common.
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