FREE LINE 03 - Page 67

Diary of a Carp Addict
ing to produce fish using a more conventional style. Using snowman rigs
these two rods were fished into clear
silt pockets up the side of another
island to my right, each baited with
around two kilos of boilies every night
(Scopex Squid RR) and despite the
weather the carp were straight on it
and feeding hard. I landed a total of
(Top left) Welly – the chod.
(Top right) Welly – 24lb 12oz.
(Below) Wellington 27lb.
ten carp that session, including
another two 30’s, the biggest of
which was a stunning linear that
weighed in at 39lb 4oz; I was well
happy! Despite the poor conditions,
the carp were gulping down the bait
to such an extent that my session
came to a premature end when I simply ran out of it! That was a mega session, which I thoroughly enjoyed. I
have to say a big thanks to Andy for
letting me have another chance to
fish the lake I call ‘Jurassic Park’ –
cheers, mate.
On the way home I had arranged a
social at Cemex’s Blue Pool with a
few of my syndicate members. We
often have a social session somewhere, and this coming October it’s
Sandhurst. None of us had ever fished
Blue Pool before, but we heard its reputation as being a good water for a
few runs, and that’s just what all the
lads were after, especially my mate
Barry who had brought his son with
him. It was my goal to make sure they


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