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Lumeymorris

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  1. Gabriel's fishery

    Anyone fished Gabriel's fishery in edenbridge?
  2. Leadcore leaders not something I use a lot as is banned on many venues. So I don't really no to much about it and how to use it safely. All I know is that it can help keep everything pinned down and that you don't really want to have tight lines when using it as it can effect the way it lays lifting it off the bottom.
  3. Pellet wagler

    Any tips and tricks anyone can share as I don't really no much about wagler fishing let alone the pellet wagler. But the other day I tried fishing the surface but couldn't due to the swans so I decided to fish two foot under with a 12mm pellet flicking 8mm over the top. And within 5-10mins I was in to a nice 16lb mirror, then straight softer recasting out I was getting bites but kept missing them and shortly after had to leave so didn't manage to catch anymore but is a tactic I want to learn and improve as I don't tend to get much luck on zigs when fishing the upper layers I'm going to try this instead. But does it work through winter?
  4. Air pressure

    You say keep an eye on the birds and stuff but what should I be looking for as I've herd this time and time again but don't know what to look for. And what about a low pressure during heavy rain as Friday night through to Sunday morning there's a drop in pressure but early doors Saturday morning through until late afternoon is heavy rain. Could this counteract the los pressure being the water is cold as it is the rain will only make it colder?
  5. How to work out the patterns

    Guys I've herd this a few times on YouTube and stuff from those who seem to know a thing or two about fishing but something I'm yet to lern. How or what can I do to find the patrol routes and feeding patterns as I don't have the slightest clue and I imagine its not something you learn in one session. And would it matter that I fish cloudy waters with poor visibility??
  6. Air pressure

    I've never took the weather conditions into consideration with the air pressure I always thought that higher the pressure the higher up in the layers so I forget about fishing in it what so ever unless conditions allow surface fishing. How would you approach the conditions I've got as I have a sw wind blowing temps of 15 and pressure of 1019 with some drizzle throughout and the wind does have a little chill to it average speed 15mph.
  7. Air pressure

    And with the high pressure how does it effect the shallower water? (Shallow margins)
  8. Air pressure

    What would be classed as average air pressure and what what be classed as high air pressure as I think that with low air pressure its anything under 1010mb
  9. Catching at night.

    Can anyone share any tips on getting bites at night as I try to do as much night fishing as I can but kind of seems a waste of time in ways as I very rarely get any takes at night. If anything I've had more bites at early morning a few hours after fist light. Just wasn't sure if there were thing I wasn't doing to improve my chances. As at times I've been on the fish and had them off my spots then come night nothing
  10. Snowman set up in Silt

    How do you work out if your fishing over real soft silt and how do you go about working out how deep the soft stuff is
  11. Snowman set up in Silt

    With the snowman set up how does it present itself in silt as with the weight of a boilie and hook plus a blob of putty there's a good chance your hook bait becomes buried losing all visual attraction. So by converting it into a snowman how does it change the presentation would by adding a pop up lift it all up out of the silt? Or would it still leave the hook and boilie buried with only the pop up sticking out?
  12. Last big feed

    How would you target the 30s bait approach wise? As I I've only caught one and I think luck had more to do with it than anything. the way Ive been trying to target the bigger fish was to fish a single baited spot with say 3 rods one rig in the middle and then the other two on either edge of the bait. That way if the smaller carp come by first there enough bait the for them to come and go without cleaning me out for when there bigger carp follow in behind, and the three rigs so if and when the smaller carp come through and feed they hopefully only pick up one or two hook baits. That's my theory behind it not that its been working lol so now I've just gone back to one bite at a time. But how do you go about fishing for one bite at a time a still keeping the fish in your swim? Beacuse when I caught I first 30 I only had one rod on the spot and didn't rush to put it back on the spot after landing the fish, only to find out a few weeks later after chatting to one of the regulars that the biggest fish in the lake doubles up with the carp that I caught. And you see it on a few lake some of the bigger named fish get caught shortly after another named fish has been caught on the same spot which is why I always thought you need more baits to keep them there.
  13. Last big feed

    Guys i had a problem which I'm sure you guys can help with I'm not looking for the answer as every lakes different but more of a average guide line. Now I'm not working atm so I have spare time on my hands and there for can plan my fishing trips instead of going if and when I can. So I want to plan one where I have a good chance of catching and if possible be there for that last feed before winter, not just camping lake side. But I keep looking at the weather waiting for them low pressures but every time I find one I look the next day to double check and its gone so I wait. But I don't want to wait for ever and miss that last feed before winter as I know its due soon if I haven't missed it already. So are the other things I can go on instead of waiting on them low pressures as they seem to come and go with the wind.
  14. Last big feed

    Guys i had a problem which I'm sure you guys can help with I'm not looking for the answer as every lakes different but more of a average guide line. Now I'm not working atm so I have spare time on my hands and there for can plan my fishing trips instead of going if and when I can. So I want to plan one where I have a good chance of catching and if possible be there for that last feed before winter, not just camping lake side. But I keep looking at the weather waiting for them low pressures but every time I find one I look the next day to double check and its gone so I wait. But I don't want to wait for ever and miss that last feed before winter as I know its due soon if I haven't missed it already. So are the other things I can go on instead of waiting on them low pressures as they seem to come and go with the wind.
  15. Fishing after a match?

    Guy one of the waters I fish has a carp match on this weekend so I was wondering if it was a good idea to go a fish it the day after?
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