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PB'S.. ALL SPECIES.

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hi all, everyone write the pb's down and also the bait they were caught on if they can remember. thnxn 8)

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My pb Mirror is 27lb 8oz

My pb Common is 23lb 5oz.

 

I can't remember what bait I had them on now :wink:

My memory is not what it use to be.

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uk mirror 23lb 3oz

uk common 18lb 4oz

 

the mirror was actually of activ-8 fished over a small bed of 10mm halibut pellet.

 

the common record which i haven't broke for ages was caught on a lobster smelling bait fished around a bed of about 20-30 boilies in deep water.

 

My most memorable fish had to be a 16lb 5oz Koi carp that i had of the corner of an island on Activ-8.

Lets brake my PB :lol:

Nasha

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Common...29lb10oz.....luncheon meat in the margin

Mirror.......25lb8oz.......pineapple boilies

Leather.....18lb............source

 

French.....mirror...40lb2oz......trigga.

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Hi uk mirror 31lb 8oz dynamite meaty fish bites

uk common 26lb 4oz elite baits cream cracker

uk leather 22lb elite baits smokey mackerel

french mirror 82lb 8oz elite baits ocean fruit

fench common 36lb elite baits christmas cracker

 

 

mods could u not put the p.bs thread as a sticky as newer members seem to start new ones?

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Common - 38.14 Bundy's Pit, Cambs. - Custom Bait Services' Red Baron boilies

 

cambs38142.jpg

 

 

Mirror - 36.2 Mangrove Swamp, Shrops. - Custom Bait Services' Bloodworm boilies

 

mangrove362.jpg

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Thanks mach3. :) The 'Black Common' made '40' a month later. It's a lovely looking dark fish in the flesh.

 

It's not the best picture of it. It was very early morning and I tried to do the pictures without flash to have some background but the light wasn't really good enough. Hence the tail is blurred. :roll:

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All the same Craig a beautiful fish,both of them,and you look well pleased.

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well done everyone all big fish ive just been out for the day and caught a 13lbs mirror on spicy shrimp boliles fishes over a method feeder full with brown crumb. :)

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13lbs mirror not my prsonal best but a cracking fish. this fish gave a hell of a fight. took a while to get its head out of the water. kept heading for the island in the middle. this isnt the best picture ive got of the fish but the other ones are all too big lol. ill try and get one on with me holding it properly lol.

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yep much agreed thats an awesome common craig would love to catch one like that....

Nasha :)

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I'm sure you will do one day Nasha. Fish lakes that contain commons like that and it might come sooner than you think. :wink:

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hi craig what was the lake called were u caught your two fish? must conatin a few very big fish.

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Thx nick at least i dont need to keep posting like i got a big head or something. :wink:

 

 

aaaa mate we wouldnt ever think that lol fair play tho

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Thx nick at least i dont need to keep posting like i got a big head or something. :wink:

 

Craig,

 

Your picture posts are worth looking at because of the quality of the pictures and the fish. Your other posts are worth reading because they contain your opinions and Findings which Interest me. If they interest me then its likely they will interest someone else as well. Any person who has valued opinions, learnings and examples is worth reading to try to use their tactics to improve "your" own fishing. 8):D

 

Sorry I picked me as an example, but I am Big Headed at times :wink::lol::D

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yeah that's right i also value your post and pictures i think they are super as do a lot of other people I'm sure.

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Common - 38.14 Bundy's Pit, Cambs. - Custom Bait Services' Red Baron boilies

 

cambs38142.jpg

 

 

Mirror - 36.2 Mangrove Swamp, Shrops. - Custom Bait Services' Bloodworm boilies

 

mangrove362.jpg

 

 

 

thats a lump of a common mate well done

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Ok mine sound small but i have only been carpin since last september so nearly a year and my PB's are

Mirror 15lb 12oz Surface fishing

Common 16lb Source boilie tipped with corn

Ghostie 16lb 4oz Source boilie tipped with corn

Crucian 2lb Float fished corn

 

All but the crucian were from white acres

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yer craig as nick said your topics and threads are all worth reading and taking a look at, they have all been interesting and full of information keep it up mate.

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yer rich they are not exactly small fish, if i caught a 15lbs carp in a session it would proply make my day lol. carp are not easy to catch, especially big ones, so the pb's u have are actually very good.

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