A difficult week due to a huge turn around in the weather.From the previous weeks perfect text book weather to a high pressure front from the East which had an enormous effect on the fishing. Blisteringly hot, even throughout the nights, the first part of the week proved tobe very tough fishing, with no fish landed.
A break in the weather lead to chance, with Brad losing a fish in Alamo, he lost a couple more but went on too catch 3 in total, all at the back end of the week but he did score, persistence and careful baiting proving the successful winning method for Brad fishing Alamo.
Dan in Oblivion also fished hard, and again, persistence paying off with several PB's in the shape of a brace of 39lbmirrors within hours of each other.
Norman in Co'sfollowed suit, sticking to his baitin stratergy, continually fishing, well, to the same baited areas, paid dividens with a quick 3 fish haul banking a 20, a 30 and a 40 in the shape of the amazing 'shoulders' @ 45.12
Mainline Cell taking ALL of the fish caught on bottom baits.
Lastly, Dutch Marco, got too grips with'Zigs' and finally broke his Gigantica virginity with a lovely linear at mid 20z
A very tough week, hugely dominated by the change in weather but finally, fish feeding and getting caught with a few PB'swhich is the bestpart of my job.
As always, be safe, be lucky.