Ringing the changes
Big carp fishing has become very one-dimensional in recent years with most carpers content with sitting it out and waiting while the buzzers and self-hooking rigs do all the work. Not so in the case of Chester-based tackle shop boss Dave Clark who fished Thompson's Pool [the New Carp Lake] at Llyn y gors this week and managed four fish, all to a different approach.
The first capture, a mirror of 22lb 8oz, came to float-fished worms. Popped-up maggots took the second, another mirror, this time at 20lb 4oz.
Then a move to another swim for the night saw Dave revert to hair rigs and boilies, and at 9 am a screaming buzzer heralded the arrival of another twenty, again a mirror of 20lb 8oz.
Later that day the warm weather saw most fish on the top, so Dave takcled up a surface rig and floating biscuits and before long he was nettng the largest fish of the session, a fabulous mirror of 25lb 2oz. Good angling all round!
The picture shows Dave with his boilie-caught mirror of 20lb 8oz.
Many thanks go to the nice people at Llyn y gors for sending the photo to go-fish.


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