MFS - How End Fishery, 3rd August 2013
- 12m left hand margin, behind a clump of reeds
- 13m straight ahead on top of the sunken island
- 13m to the base of the sunken island
- 13m at 45 degrees to the bottom of the margin shelf
Three rigs covered the lines and bait for the day was maggot, caster, sweetcorn, pellet (expander and micro) and worm.
My match was not going to plan. Alan on my right had been bagging all day long using the banjo feeder cast tight to the island and Mike on the left was also catching regularly and I was at a loss at what to do and decided that the margins held the best option for me. So, after reading an article in Pole Fishing Magazine I took apart a guru method feeder and found that the method frame snapped perfectly onto the end of my pole. I then molded some ground bait around the frame and used this to give me a cloud where I then dropped the hookbait into. It started to work and I had a few more carp from the line.