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best methods for bagging silvers?

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  • best methods for bagging silvers?

    where im fishing saturday has a GOOD head of silvera, roach to over 1lb, skimmers, good perch and yes, good carp to about 10lb (its only a small pond with 17 pegs)

    targetting and pulling out silver one after the other and also hitting the odd carp will win the match.

    i will be on the pole, id like to the know whats the most successful method of bagging silvers....

    ground bait is not allowed though

    cheers
    newie

  • #2
    Chopped worm & caster
    I have an incidental on my left shoulder, he's always there, he's my friend.
    He says he gives me good advice. does he ?

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    • #3
      feed chopped worm and use single caster on an 18 hook lets say?

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      • #4
        Id feed one line just as Jethro says with chopped worm and castors as a main silver line but keep your line as heavy as possible to get bites because for some strange reason those pesky carp always know when your fishing light.
        I would also have another line fed with a few pellets and a few grains of corn.

        Hemp is a great holding bait for both silvers and carp and if pellets are banned then a couple of good sized pots of hemp fed at the start with 3 or so grains of corn every 5 mins will give you somewhere you can target those bonus lumps.
        Please God...let me win the lottery:rolleyes:

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        • #5
          lovely..

          how long before i move to the 2nd baited area?

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          • #6
            feed hemp an a few grains of corn fish tares, on the other line choped worm an caster an used liquidised bread after every fish on both swims

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            • #7
              Well my choice would be to cup the pellets/hemp/corn line first then feed the chopped worm/castor line second then just have a sneaky 5 mins on that to see if any `inquisitve` lumps have honed in to the noise of the hemp going in.
              If no signs are had then move onto your silver line but keep the odd bit of corn going in every 10 mins or so and then try it every half hour but only give it 10 mins tops.
              If by 3/4s the way through the match you dont have enough silvers to frame then a sit on that corn for a lump to rescue you is the order of the day.
              Please God...let me win the lottery:rolleyes:

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              • #8
                Originally posted by newies_maggots
                lovely..

                how long before i move to the 2nd baited area?

                when the bites dry up if they dont then stay there
                [FONT="System"][COLOR="Black"]Matt.Ingram be the name
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                • #9
                  haha, thanks guys.

                  think im sorted now, ive been fishing well for the past 2 weeks so gonna be fun.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by newies_maggots
                    haha, thanks guys.

                    think im sorted now, ive been fishing well for the past 2 weeks so gonna be fun.

                    you will learn alot from here
                    [FONT="System"][COLOR="Black"]Matt.Ingram be the name
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                    • #11
                      yeah i like to learn, makes my fishing more fun..

                      thanks mate.

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                      • #12
                        no problem what pole do you have?
                        [FONT="System"][COLOR="Black"]Matt.Ingram be the name
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                        • #13
                          13m maver encounter 2 top kits and 1 cupping kit. got it 2nd hand of a guy forom maggot drowners.

                          great pole

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                          • #14
                            is it light at 13m or does it way a ton?
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                            • #15
                              I have had a gander at a few maver 13mtr poles and boy they are quite heavy. If you use your own cupping kit aswell you can hardly hold it never mind with a slap up kit on at 16mtr
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