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James Scherer with one known as Harry from Horton’s Crayfish
Both fish fell to the same setup, using a Spotted Fin 22mm wafter
on a blowback style rig. Around 5kg of crushed and whole boilies
with various size catalyst pellets was Spombed out at 54 yards
where I had seen a few fish top, and it was only a matter of a
couple hours before the first run. The reason for using a big
hookbait is mainly because I don’t think many anglers do in the UK,
and it’s a little different. It also makes it a little more difficult for
the carp to deal with, so as long as the mechanics of the rig work,
as in the hook flips instantly, it’s a winner. To be honest, even a size
22mm is small compared to the size of a carp’s mouth. I may even
add paste to the next one.
Mike Madeley.
Luke Wooderson struck success with this 26lb 8oz common.
Dean Partridge with another sought after mirror from Christchurch
Luke Addison with a special fish to him – his first 20 from a new
Dylan Wallis with a lovely, dark low 20 common from his tricky


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