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Damian Jones – Well, guys, I have to apologise, as I’ve not had much
bank time lately. We all have commitments in life, so I hope this
makes up for it. I just got home from a 24-hour session on my local
syndicate in Cardiff where I managed to bank a couple of stunning
carp with the biggest being 31lb 14oz and also a stunning 21lb 14oz
mirror, all caught on the super sharp Viper Curve Shank. The hunt for
a 30lb mirror continues. #teamvipertackle #carpfishing #carpy #carp
#vipeetackle #vipercurve
Aron John – 32lb 4oz – Dynamite Baits – After not being able to get
away earlier from work on the Friday, I opted to fish my Cambs
syndicate, as it didn’t make sense to do a near-on two-hour journey to
my other lake, which would have been very busy. After a quick walk
round the complex and seeing a lot of fish sunning themselves, I
opted to fish a small, shallow, weedy water where I thought I would
have my best opportunity to catch a fish with this red hot weather on
my quick overnighter. I have been fishing this lake on and off in hope
of catching a common that I really want. Anyway I set the traps in
between a couple of lily beds in a shallow piece of silkweed, one with
a Monster Tigernut white pop-up and one with a yellow pineapple
pop-up. Both rods were baited with Complex-T 12, 15 and 18mm all
glugged in rehydration liquid. This linear was the best of two fish,
the other being a 25lb mirror, which I repeated so slipped her back
without any pictures or anything else unnecessary.
Tony Niner – Dynamite Baits – Tony from Loughton, Essex landed
this huge 47lb 14oz mirror using Tiger Nut Red Ammo presenting a
Slip D Rig at 40 yards between weed beds.
Ryan Butcher: Dynamite – Ryan landed this colossal 53lb’er from Lac
Clement in France using a 20mm Complex-T hardened hook bait. It
was caught at 17 wraps out at the bottom of an island shelf with a
scattering of 3kg of 18mm Complex-T frozen boilies soaked in the
Complex-T liquid attract. This was one of 13 carp caught on this
tactic with standard blowback rigs, the biggest being 53lb followed
by a 41lb mirror too and multiple upper 20s and a few low 30s. This
53lb mirror is known as the Brown and hadn’t been out in over a year.
Yet another mid 40lb mirror for Wesley Mast.
Mark Shears with a fish called Ginges.


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