FREE-LINE 01.pdf - Page 134

Exclusive Krassos on Carp
two, but it didn’t. Anyway, it was
the last week of the season, so I had
no choice but to go down there
again and go for it. Again, luckily
enough, I jumped back in the Captors swim, as I badly wanted Shoulders now, and I knew that if it was
feeding it would be coming from
there. That last week of the season
was a real mistake really because
the weather went quite nice again,
with a nice breeze on the water and
low pressure again, and of course
they were all down the other end,
weren’t they?
Gerry Hammond I think had two
fish up to 37lbs out of the Plateau,
and one of the other lads, Dan, had
a brace of 40’s out of the One Up,
Merlin at 42lbs, a stunning fish,
which I landed for him, and the Parrot at 44lb 14oz. I couldn’t believe
it; I was blown away – what a
brace, but hey, credit where credit it
due. I don’t think Dan has fished
down there much this year, but he’s
had three fish now, and 39lbs is the
smallest one! Dan whatever you are
using, I want the same, mate! Anyway, that was it for that week; I didn’t have anything else even though
there were a few coming out. I
think Graham Dell had Hercules at
38lbs, and there were a few fish
coming out. I think Pete Kingsbury
had Uno at 37 or 38lbs too. But by
this time it was too late; it was a
bad move on my part trying to go in
a swim that has produced before. I
have learned my lesson now, so I
think I’ve just got to fish where the
fish are instead of going on past
form. So that was the end of the
season unfortunately – a quiet end
to the season for me anyway.
So now it was into springtime
(Above) A typical Frimley common.
(Left) The new bait from Richworth,
the aewsome KG1.


Powered by

Full screen Click to read
Paperturn flip book
Download as PDF
Shopping cart
Full screen
Exit full screen