Scorching temperatures, clear skies and calm winds were not the recipe for success. Yet we returned again to the Fairgrounds, got the lines out and baits in. Throughout the day we saw many fish showing. I finally got out the deeper sonar and spent some time casting around to find the fish. Finally we scanned fish holding out about 20 yards off the bank by a marginal shelf. Confident, we adjusted our range and soon after our efforts were rewarded with some good catches, including a great 20 lb common carp after loosing a fish earlier. Both the TGactive boilies and tiger nuts put the fish in the net.
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Setup Used in this session:
Nash Scope 10ft Rod 3.5tc, Nash BP-6 Reels, Nash Armorlink Hooklink 25lb Silt, Nash Hook Kickers, Nash Inline Flat 3oz Leads, Nash NXT D-CAM Mono line 18lb, Nash RS3 alarms, receiver with Nash Optics Mega Heads, Nash H-Gun 3-Rod Pod, Nash Cling-On Putty – Gravel, NashBait – TG Active, NashBait Scopex Squid airball popups, scopex tiger nuts, Eagle Claw Trokar Magnum Curved Shank Size 6 Hooks, Ambush Lead Safety clip, Deeper Sonar Pro+.