Saturday, 16 March 2013

A enjoyable days fishing

Hello again, Last Saturday I went to a local club water and I was fishing the maggot feeder with one of the amazing and highly reccomended Enterprise red maggots. I cast out a couple of times, then got a massive bend on the quiver tip. I knew what it was straight away : a Bream. The bream was in good condition . I didnt keep it out the water for too long because I wanted to recast my rod and watch the fish swim back happily. once I cast out again it wasnt long until I had another bend in the rod , again it was a nice sized bream. The bream in the water I was fishing were in good condition , and I enjoyed catching them. I decided to have another cast, once my rig hit the water my tip would not settle, it was moving a lot with little taps. It then tapped again and I had a decent sized rudd on the end. It was starting to get dark so I decided I would cast once more and hope for my last bite, and that is what happened, I had a massive bend in the tip, this time I knew it wasnt a rudd or silver fish , and it wasn't a bream, it was a nice sized carp. It put up a fight and went safely into the net. Overall it was a very enjoyable days fishing with plenty of action. Also , it proves how good enterprise maggots are, so if you havent tried them, i reccomend you do. Thankyou very much for reading this. Laura

Sunday, 3 February 2013

Okay, So, I went for a walk today down the river, Looked like it was up by quite a bit! saw a couple of anglers, they told me they hadn't caught. Didn't really see any signs of fish. However I was able to have a look at the stunning river and spend some time at a place I love! Sorry this was a very short blog. Tight lines, Late nights - more Bites Laura.

Friday, 1 February 2013

An Opening Perspective

Hello and welcome to what is my first blog post, I am very new at this so do bare with me. My name is Laura and I really enjoy fishing, so have decided to create this blog as a diary of my fishing trips to share with other like minded anglers out there, such as yourself and give you my own unique perspective on angling and why I enjoy it so very much!