Mike Devereux smashed the Old Oaks record on 5th September 2012 with a magnificent 61.04 common.
“We had left peg 5 empty & I reckon this resulted in me personally having a session I may never experience again. I was fishing peg 4 so I did a bit of plumming in peg 5 & quickly found an area within easy reach from my peg. I put just one rod on the spot and introduced a bit of bait.
“Within 40 minutes I’d had a 39lb 5oz. I kept the bait trickling in with a boilie only approach and by Wednesday morning the two pegs had produced 17 carp for me.
“It was on that Wednesday morning that I hit into a carp that was obviously a very big fish indeed… & getting it to the net only confirmed this. A beautiful looking common of 61lb 4oz! What a result!”
You can read his full article by clicking here.
The group’s overall tally of fish was;
* 61lb 4oz
* 16 x 40’s
* 19 x 30’s
* 4 x 20’s
* 1 x grass carp @ 31lb 5 oz
* and one of the catfish which Mehdi estimates was around 65lb.
Well done guys!
Carp France at Old Oaks