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VERY INTERESTING-NOT MANY 100-ACRE LAKES IN LEA VALLEY.

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VERY INTERESTING-NOT MANY 100-ACRE LAKES IN LEA VALLEY.

Post by HAPPYANGLERALEX on Thu Jan 17, 2013 5:06 pm

29lb pike hits the net on debut session
By Angling Times
Fish Catches
11 January 2013 11:33

Fishing a 100-acre pit for the first time could be a daunting prospect but Callum Mcinerney-Riley rose to the challenge to the net this 29lb pike.


The Essex-based rod has targeted small rivers in the past for predators but decided to take the next step in his progression by heading to a huge water in the Lea Valley.


Rather than sit in one area, the BitG Carp Clothing owner and Nash consultant took a roving approach and he eventually struck gold when the predator fell for a floatfished sprat presented on a shallow bar close to an island.


Within seconds of setting the hooks he was convinced a personal best was attached and he said: “The 3.5lb tc rods bent round with ease and once I saw the head I had a mega adrenaline rush – a feeling I haven’t had in years! I usually fish for carp but maybe I’ve now found my true calling.”
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Re: VERY INTERESTING-NOT MANY 100-ACRE LAKES IN LEA VALLEY.

Post by norwich lad on Thu Jan 17, 2013 10:29 pm

That's that simple eh! was the fella using nash rods and reels with nash line and pike end tackle.? good old angling weeklies.

i had a greys consultant buy a fox specialist rod for chub fishing off myself a few weeks back. why not a greys specialist! consultants....


in terms of the pike, damned fine fish. must be beginner's luck on the venue i would'nt say no in the current weather system we have.
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