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Manor Farm (evesham)

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  • Manor Farm (evesham)

    Going here soon on island pool,does anyone know wot size rigs to use plus line dia./hook size/amount to feed and how far over depth you fish if atall? cheers.

  • #2
    Matt6900 is the bloke what he doesn't now about this place ain't worth knowing

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    • #3
      on the pole fish 4mm hookers, feed 3mm carp pellets, fish 0.11mm line 18hooks, floats anywhere from 4x12-4x16 depending on wind conditions, depth anywhere from 7-13ft, pegs in the late 20's and 30's are the deeper pegs, you dont want be fishing 11m min, fish as long as you can comfortably, if its tightly pegged the longer the better, as for the amount to feed kinder cup from the start about a dozen pellets then feed after every fish, elastics white hydo or similar, thats bout it for the pole

      fish a maggot feeder towards the island, 0.13mm hooklength 18hooks are fine fish double red maggot,(also dead reds). some pegs you need to chuck closer to the island than others, if you draw around pegs 8-13 you dont have the island to throw to so just a gentle chuck around 30metres should be fine!
      Matt Smith
      Bag'em matchbaits

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      • #4
        Cheers for that,how do you shot your rigs? also do u fish over depth ?

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        • #5
          just a simple bulk about 12inch from hook, i always fish just touching bottom and dot the float right down and lift at every movement, also keep lifting and droping you rig regularly
          Matt Smith
          Bag'em matchbaits

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          • #6
            Had a practice yesterday and had nearly 100 fish

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            • #7
              What lake was that on?

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              • #8
                It was on island pool, and the bites were very hard to hit at first ,so i dotted it so only 10mm was showing and fished a short line from pole to float about a foot.

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                • #9
                  Fished open on sun had 58lb on feeder as was to windy for pole.

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                  • #10
                    are you fishing the winter league fordy?
                    Matt Smith
                    Bag'em matchbaits

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                    • #11
                      yeh he is. i heard he took a load of ringers down to practice saturday. the young lad that travelled with him won the match apparently
                      [FONT="Arial Black"][SIZE="7"][B]AIRITY BOY
                      221 TONS[/B][/SIZE][/FONT]

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                      • #12
                        Match Results - Saturday 6th January - Middle and Island Pools
                        1ST MARTIN HOWARD 95-1-0
                        VDE Essex County Peg 25 (Middle)
                        2ND BRIAN STEER 91-2-0
                        GOT Baits Peg 6 (Middle)
                        3RD MARTIN HARRELL 84-13-0
                        Maver Tipton Peg 23 (Middle)

                        06 Jan 2007 by Wendy

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                        • #13
                          I goin to give it a go.Can see this week being a bit of a fiasco, with him not taking any money beforehand, so not knowing wot pegs to put in till everyone paid.

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                          • #14
                            That young lad i took did win,but boy is he an ugly mother.

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                            • #15
                              hahahahhah
                              u drivin again this week?
                              [FONT="Arial Black"][SIZE="7"][B]AIRITY BOY
                              221 TONS[/B][/SIZE][/FONT]

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