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Nucleus Baits catch reports
Red Letter Session
Team member Ali Garland recently returned to Farlows Lake after drawing a blank back in
December. He was determined on his return to land one or two of their lovely old dark, scaly,
historic carp! He arrived at the lake at 6am but unfortunately there were no available swims. After
waiting until gone lunchtime, he finally got settled in the Reedy Bay swim. He then found some
promising spots and got to work. Ali fished with our new test bait, fishing two rods on stiff hinged
rigs with pop-ups and one rod on a bottom bait. The first night was quiet, but he woke up to a
screaming run, and his first fish was in the net. This fish smashed his UK PB and pulled the scales
round to 36lb 8oz. This was then followed by another thirty within the hour. Another two
twenties graced his net the next day, and he finished off with yet another 30-plus fish
#nucleusbaits #testbait. Effort equals reward.
Plumberry doing its thing!
Team member John Paul McCusker just got back from a five-day
session at Cotswold Water Park. John was fishing at 14 to 15 wraps
using chod rigs armed with 15mm Plumberry pop-ups. This resulted in
ten fish topped of by a 30-pound common. He baited heavily and went
through 5kg of Plumberry and 2kg of 15mm MCX boilies. He also used
10kg of Nucleus mixed trout pellet and over 20k of nucleus partiblend.
He used a bait boat to get the bait in his chosen spots. #plumberry #
mcx #nucleuspartiblend #nucleuspellet. Effort equals reward.
Team member Charlie Dawkins arrived at
Hightown for the first time. On arrival, he
walked round the lake several times. He
spotted some fish moving in and out of a
snaggy bay, so he decided to fish the entrance
to the bay. Charlie presented Plumberry maize
on a Ronnie rig fished over a small bed of
maize which he Spombed out. This resulted in
five fish up to 31lb #watercraft #nucleusbaits


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