January 04, 2019 1 min read

Been to Lindholme Lakes today for the open on the mighty bonsai. Drew peg 15 which is the end peg with loads of room to your left . Started off at 14m to the right of the peg tapping in micros with a 4mm Polly Expander on the hook, would catch a couple of F1s before you would have to move on to a new line to the left.

With all the room to the left I thought the peg would have got stronger this way, been the complete opposite! Managed to catch the odd small F1 or skimmer but nothing spectacular. Been a few fish topping about 30m away, they just wouldn't come to see me! Did manage to catch 2 carp at 16m to left in open water, missed the keepnet with one of them though . Last hour caught a few small f1s and silver's short on maggots as I just couldn't catch anywhere else.

The lakes fished pretty hard to be fair. Been a couple of 40lb weights to take the top 2 places, I've come 3rd with 32lb so not too bad, just glad the loose fed carp wasn't costly.


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Overnight on the trent resulted in 14.5, 14, 11.2, 12.6, 9.6 and an 8. The barbel definitely like it.

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Shaun Tanner (Shepherds Bush)
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I’ve bought Hinder C-Food the last few time I’ve been up to fish the Wye. Even when conditions and catch reports aren’t looking great, this stuff has produced results every single time. Can’t recommend enough!

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I've been using ramiz for about the last 3or 4 seasons and I caught really well on it but when my first order for this season came it was a horrible light brown colour it was so soft I had trouble at times keep it on the hook I'm not impressed and will not be using it again

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