Pike Pool (109) Mick Cutler

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Pike Pool (109) Mick Cutler

Post by Jason Skilton » Thu Dec 17 2020 08:24

Morning Pitsters,

Piker, Percher and published author, Mick Cutler has been certainly been at the three Ps.

So, prepare some porridge and pop some PG Tips into the pot and have a gander at this Pike Pool offer.

https://thepikepool.blogspot.com/2020/1 ... d-out.html

Enjoy!
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Post by Dave Horton » Thu Dec 17 2020 09:54

Very cool, I enjoyed that Mick, thanks!

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Post by bencarvosso » Thu Dec 17 2020 11:29

Cheers mick interesting read
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Post by keeponchucking » Thu Dec 17 2020 19:09

Thanks for posting this. Class read.
"dark ages when a 2lb perch was hard to find" that is how I feel trying to get a good perch in Ireland

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Post by davelumb » Thu Dec 17 2020 19:19

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Post by bencarvosso » Thu Dec 17 2020 19:33

keeponchucking wrote:
Thanks for posting this. Class read.
"dark ages when a 2lb perch was hard to find" that is how I feel trying to get a good perch in Ireland
Never a truer word :laughs:
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Post by Gaz Jane » Thu Dec 17 2020 20:13

Great read enjoyed it

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Post by John66 » Fri Dec 18 2020 11:38

Interesting and great read

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Post by MICK CUTLER » Mon Dec 21 2020 18:27

Thank you everyone for your kind response. I’m especially grateful to Jason for his efforts in putting together. I’m still a bit ‘perched out’, although annoying the pike instead, but live in hope of unearthing another jewel and having it all to myself!

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Post by Muskie » Tue Dec 22 2020 13:25

Enjoyed that. Shame about the bountyhunters but they are everywhere going off other peoples hard work.

Experienced it myself on the Thames when was fortunate to capture a large Barbel in 1998 and then miraculously well known species started fishing the spot.

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Post by skinboy » Wed Dec 23 2020 20:00

Very good read
Skinboy = John Leatt

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Post by MICK CUTLER » Tue Dec 29 2020 18:53

Thanks Muskie! A sign of the times these days, I'm afraid. Especially in this age of the internet.

In my case it really was 'the hunter becoming the hunted'. Sadly, angling doesn't reward or merit 'first to the summit', but might the 27th if they've caught it slightly bigger and sent to a weekly!

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Post by John66 » Wed Dec 30 2020 03:26

Very interesting and great read Mick, thanks for the insight.

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Post by Lee7499 » Wed Dec 30 2020 08:41

Brilliant write up Mick .
In the end, it’s not going to matter how many breaths you took, but how many moments took your breath away.


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Post by JohnCostello » Thu Dec 31 2020 00:50

Nice one Mick, a great feeling when you know you’ve stumbled onto good fishing before anyone else.

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Post by MICK CUTLER » Thu Dec 31 2020 22:26

JohnCostello wrote:
Nice one Mick, a great feeling when you know you’ve stumbled onto good fishing before anyone else.
Nothing can beat it John.......an angling nirvana! :boing:

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Post by zodiac » Thu Dec 31 2020 23:50

Just got round to reading this, enjoyed that, thanks Mick.
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Post by charleston16 » Fri Sep 03 2021 10:06

Riveting read, surprised no one tried the old dodge of following you Mick ?
Many thanks for that..

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