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  • Tom Maker with "The Freak" at 52lb+ caught on a 22ft zig.
  • Jaymes with Humpy at 34lb+ last out in September 09
  • Jaymes with a 41lb mirror caught on a 20ft zig.
  • Jaymes with a 39lb mirror caught on a 19ft black zig.

Tom Maker with "The Freak" at 52lb+ caught on a 22ft zig.

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Bailiff Comments

Week Commencing: Sat 13/04/2013

It was the very early sunshine for the second weeks anglers that really made a difference here. All fishing zigs from day One, Fox sponsored Tom Maker, caught the very first fish of 2013, banking the Freak at 52lb on a 22ft zig rig, using a small piece of foam presented on a Fox zig aligner. An awesome first fish.

Tom’s Dad, Andy Maker, unfortunately lost 2 fish on long zigs, but on the opposite bank, Jaymes, from Norfolk, fishing in Alamo, adapted very quickly and adopted fishing zigs very early on and this resulted in Jaymes taking a very sensible, 4 fish, all on zigs of varying depths from 18ft to 22ft. a 20, 2 x 30s to 39 and a 40+ mirror showing that, adapting your fishing to suit the circumstances, proving there worth.

Log on next week for the going methods and what is or isnt catching on both lakes, the rigs doing the most damage, and the fish being banked.

Danny T