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Made in England
noon in July and be one of only four
people on there, but it’s looking a bit
different now, and I’m not sure if I’m
really up for that. But where else do I
go? I know of a couple of big waters
down south that receive minimum
pressure, but are not renowned for
being easy, and I don’t know if I’m up
for that either. I’ve enjoyed the past
couple of years, getting a regular
bend in the rod, but the need for a bit
of peace and quiet, and the talk
around me at the weekend of 39 this
and 42 that, and ‘a 30lb mirror that’s
probably never been caught before’ is
enough to turn an old guy’s head.
Then there’s the stuff you bastards
send me! In this month alone I’ve got
photos of three fish from lightly
stocked, hardly fished waters that will
blow your mind. David Bishop
thought he’d have a bit of a go on a
180-acre water in Northants, like you
do, unsure if there were any decent
(Top) A silver lining for Dan Eke in the
shape of a PB 33lb mirror.
(Below) Mark (or is it George?) with a
cane-caught 36lb common – no rules
against that.


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