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mooseman

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  1. Carp are most certainly NOT vegetarian! They will make the most of the easiest available food source at any point in time. I'd suggest if you want to deepen your understanding of bait, do lots of reading about carp and their diet.
  2. After preparing the maize as people have mentioned, hand pick the best grains, drill them all out and put in a small pot. There are endless liquids that you could use to soak the baits in, but to give you a few ideas; Soy sauce, Oyster sauce, fish sauce, fish oil, syrup, molasses, Vegemite/Marmite. Try to use "Natural" liquids rather than flavours. Play with combinations until you find one you like. Tinned chick peas are also a very good bait if you have those in your supermarkets.
  3. Most UK syndicate lakes have a population of carp that are under pretty intense angling pressure, and this changes their feeding behaviour, so definitely not comparable to the much less fished lakes in the US. As for hook baits, get yourself some maize and leave it soaking in a pot in the liquid of your choice, this is far tougher to put on the hair and then you can feed sweet corn. I'd love to come fish in the US, those big, wild lakes are stunning. Trouble is I'd probably end up Predator fishing instead...
  4. Yeah, I was nearly getting as far as him... NOT! So long as we don't interfere with (Only one bank can be night fished) the syndicate lads wanting to fish Phil, Me or Martyn (Or both of us!) can do a night with you pretty much any time at this time of year while the lake is quieter. Come summer it would be a midweeker only. Feel free to suggest some dates and we'll see what we can do. You won't be catching any 40's as you know, but you will struggle to get a better background for a photo of what you do catch! (And you will catch, it's fishing really really well since we got the winte
  5. Yeah don't use the forums as much now mate. Haha I think Tel must have thought I was a bit nuts, cos I walked all the way back with my mouth open just shaking my head! That field is getting on for for 200 yes? And he sailed one over the fence... Madness. You really should come and do a guest night mate with one of the lads, no real lumps but a hell of a back drop! It's a special place alright!
  6. 250 with Carp gear and an overhead... Haha that's crazy... But as Phil can attest, when you've stood next to Tel and seen what he's capable of with a rod, you can sort of understand it, even though its just an obscene distance! Yonny that is quite likely double the distance that 90% of carp anglers can ACTUALLY put a lead. (Despite all the rubbish claims bandied around! Lol)
  7. That might just work for me, I'll ask Mart if he's good for it and get back to you. Just the one night or are you doing the whole weekend Phil?
  8. Well, cooking I remember offering, not a problem at all we can whip up a banquet on the bank, but you can make your own pigging Tea, unless you want it stirred with my "Special stirrer" hahahaha! Got to be looking at a social for late summer/autumn then lads, get your heads together! I'm out of the picture now every weekend until end of Aug, but after that should be good?
  9. Now that sounds like a plan! I can probably help with the "Drink" part too, being a brewer...
  10. Yes Phil, a much better set of conditions than we had on the day! I'd have loved to have got a true distance max without the wind affecting us, that Treb Light of Terry's felt like I could have got a fair bit more out of it with some time and improvement in my timing. Great shots too, the second one shows some serious compression of that rod mate, I really wish I had both the gear and the field, to practice more and find out what I'm capable of on the right day.
  11. Yes definitely, throw some dates at us as soon as you have them mate. We're happy to give anywhere a try. (Although, if it's a big chuck water I'll have to borrow some gear off you since Terry took the Micky out of my "Individual" rod and reel choices, Lol) And you are all very welcome! We like our grub and are always happy to share mate! The provision of the field was very much appreciated and it was nice to meet your lovely little family too.
  12. Well, i can speak for myself and Martin, to say that we had a great day with you lads and with Terry. I think we got pretty lucky with the weather actually, and as I said to Nige at one point the cross wind at least represents a real fishing situation even if it was stripping 10/15 yards or more off everyone's casts. I personally came away very happy with my technical improvement and the consistent distances even with 3 vastly differing rods proves me that it is now only my own gear limiting my distance. Amazing to see what can be achieved with the tools and techniques Terry had! Blimey
  13. That's a shame. Pity I couldn't get it filled before. Yeah true, as long as it's not too gusty as to become annoying. See you in the morning!
  14. Great stuff, pity the weather is a bit iffy eh! Martin and Myself will be aiming to get there for 8:30am. And no excuses Phil! You've got the big tools for the job! (Although I'll admit, I've not done any exercise since Monday this week so I wouldn't be sore on Saturday!) Pity you can't make it along Androoo... So is there still going to be a man short tomorrow Phil?
  15. Ooh, I bet they can push a lead a few yards! So there won't be a perfectly manicured lawn and a glass of Pimms when I get there? That's it I'm out!! Hahahaha Good idea with the drive by's!
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