Going to the dark side

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Going to the dark side

Postby Tdreamer » Sun Nov 26 2017 17:24

[I have a nearby trout fishery it's been there for years and I have decided to give it a go tomorrow. Just the bait lochan. Looking forward to six hours of contemplating my navel and watching a rod tip and hopefully getting my 23 quids worth with a bag limit which is 4 fash.
Bring it on.

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Re: Going to the dark side

Postby Happy Hayes » Sun Nov 26 2017 17:51

Been a couple of years now since I wet a line for trout
Hopefully you'll catch your limit and that the fish will be a good size to .
Be nice if you could let us know how you do John .
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Re: Going to the dark side

Postby Tdreamer » Sun Nov 26 2017 19:42

Will do I have the mammoth task of finding my trout tackle box. I have no idea where it is.

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Re: Going to the dark side

Postby suffolk si » Sun Nov 26 2017 19:47

Enjoyed some rainbows and Browns whilst after grayling on the Kennet this's summer,the sure do pull back!

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Re: Going to the dark side

Postby Will Smith » Sun Nov 26 2017 19:48

More than likely, it will be exactly where you left it John :wink: .

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Re: Going to the dark side

Postby delboy » Sun Nov 26 2017 20:45

Tdreamer wrote:
[I have a nearby trout fishery it's been there for years and I have decided to give it a go tomorrow. Just the bait lochan. Looking forward to six hours of contemplating my navel and watching a rod tip and hopefully getting my 23 quids worth with a bag limit which is 4 fash.
Bring it on.
He who dares Rodney,Keep your eyes open boy :wink:

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Re: Going to the dark side

Postby delboy » Sun Nov 26 2017 20:54

Only went trout fishing once,it was when the kids were little,we went to Thorpe Park(I think)We were given a rod(or bit of bamboo,can't remember that either) and some sweetcorn,as soon as the sweetcorn touched the water you had a trout,i unhooked them and put them back,got bollocked because you are not supposed to put them back

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Re: Going to the dark side

Postby Tdreamer » Mon Nov 27 2017 01:09

Smallest stockies are 3ib. There's a few double figure rainbows. If I'm honest I don't want one of those. Eff me we've just had a power cut. Whole toons oot.

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Re: Going to the dark side

Postby Tdreamer » Tue Nov 28 2017 00:53

Got limit by 1.30 bought another ticket two hours for two. Caught them by 3 and home the road. It felt like being in a fish shop where you catch and kill and pay for your fish which it is. I'll be back but on the fly lochans catch and release. Enjoyed the day but fifty quid all in for the day. Eh?
Naw no again.

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Re: Going to the dark side

Postby Happy Hayes » Tue Nov 28 2017 13:58

Any big ones John

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Re: Going to the dark side

Postby Will Smith » Tue Nov 28 2017 15:08

Tdreamer wrote:
Got limit by 1.30 bought another ticket two hours for two. Caught them by 3 and home the road. It felt like being in a fish shop where you catch and kill and pay for your fish which it is. I'll be back but on the fly lochans catch and release. Enjoyed the day but fifty quid all in for the day. Eh?
Naw no again.
Yep John, pretty s h i t way to fish IMO, the thing is some desperate f e c k e r s do it week in week out, cannot get my head around that I'm afraid. Plus it cost way to much money.

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Re: Going to the dark side

Postby Tdreamer » Tue Nov 28 2017 23:05

Aye Will I'll no be fishing the bait puddle again. Took me an hour to clean the troot last night. Cut them in half so twelve dinners for the missus. I canny be doing wi eating troot.

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Re: Going to the dark side

Postby Tdreamer » Tue Nov 28 2017 23:05

Happy Hayes wrote:
Any big ones John
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All around 3Ib.

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Re: Going to the dark side

Postby Dave Horton » Fri Dec 01 2017 11:22

Look, T, I'm gonna cut ya some slack on this indiscretion but I want you back out after proper fish!

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Re: Going to the dark side

Postby Mike J » Fri Dec 01 2017 11:27

Trout heads make a very good bait.

Pike (and Bass) love em to bits.


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