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All this talk about Bathhampton AA has made me feel quite nostalgic! I was a member as a very young lad! caught my first Roach from the canal and my first Pike.

And thats my "non indicative opinion"!

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i am off work on leave for the first 14 days of the season so i shall be doing a bit around and about, but without question the first night is going to be after Zander, not 100% sure as to where exactly yet, but the middle level or the Ouse are looking like hot favourites, last year i had a 12.06 on the 17th, hoping for similar this year!!!

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... without question the first night is going to be after Zander, .... but the middle level or the Ouse are looking like hot favourites, last year I had a 12.06 on the 17th, hoping for similar this year!!!


Hmmmm nice! Good luck. Maybe the Cut-off channel too?

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[ 09. June 2004, 10:16 AM: Message edited by: The Diamond Geezer ]

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Originally posted by BUDGIE:

 

All this talk about Bathhampton AA has made me feel quite nostalgic! I was a member as a very young lad! caught my first Roach from the canal and my first Pike.


... yup, and fibre-glass has been discovered since then!! :D

 

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I have next week of work as we have a new puppy arriving on Saturday (a black mini schnauzer) to keep our salt and pepper mini schnauzer company :)

I'm off to the River Loddon between Wokingham and Reading to fish for whatever I can catch, they have:

 

Barbel to 14lb

Chub to 6lb

perch to 3lb

roach to 3lb

pike to 30lb (can't fish for them until I have attended/passed a course through the club)

carp to 18lb

bream to 6lb

+ others I think.

 

I have some pics I took last Saturday of a nice barbel swim (there is a little backstream which holds the bigger barbel/chub/perch/roach) it is 2 feet deep at the most in places but very shallow mostly and was wondering how I should attempt fish it.

The barbel swim pic would show you exactly what it looks like and it also has a couple of barbel in the pic as well but I have no webspace to upload to

 

[ 09. June 2004, 05:50 PM: Message edited by: j_s ]

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I'm off to the River Loddon between Wokingham and Reading to fish for whatever I can catch, they have:

 

Barbel to 14lb; Chub to 6lb; perch to 3lb; roach to 3lb; pike to 30lb (can't fish for them until I have attended/passed a course through the club)

carp to 18lb bream to 6lb + others I think.


...yup ... nice venue ... Apache's neck of the woods, too .... re: other species, how's about trout? .. loads of 'em in there

 

Re: pike, I've not heard of a 30+ lb fish having come out of there in the last couple of years, have you??

 

DG

 

[ 09. June 2004, 06:10 PM: Message edited by: The Diamond Geezer ]

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mark barrett:

i am off work on leave for the first 14 days of the season so i shall be doing a bit around and about, but without question the first night is going to be after Zander, not 100% sure as to where exactly yet, but the middle level or the Ouse are looking like hot favourites, last year i had a 12.06 on the 17th, hoping for similar this year!!!

i had the 15th and 16th booked off,now i have the whole week!i shall be stalking the ever clever chevin,i hope to land a new summer best n boy do they look big!i will also try for some barbel.cant wait to get on it.

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hi j_s , member of Farnham AS i suspect

Believe NOTHING anyones says or writes unless you witness it yourself and even then your eyes can deceive you

 

There is only one opinion i listen to ,its mine and its ALWAYS right even when its wrong

 

Its far easier to curse the darkness than light one candle

 

Mathew 4:19

Grangers law : anything i say will  turn out the opposite or not happen at all!

 

"To compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the propagation of opinions which he disbelieves and abhors, is sinful and tyrannical." Thomas Jefferson

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