Deciding to concentrate on one particular area of the lake for his autumn angling and keep a steady trickle of feed going in had certainly paid …off on previous sessions, so his trip was made in anticipation that he’d be able to drop in a swim close to his ‘going area’. As luck would have it, he had plenty of peg choice on arrival and opted for a swim that had thrown up a few results for him over recent weeks. The spots were primed with the usual 15mm Formula offerings and rigs with matching wafters attached were chucked over the top, true to form it wasn’t long before the alarms were singing. Less than 24 hours into the session Ryan picked up his third run, a short battle saw a fish meet the bottom of his landing net and Ryan had just bagged himself a new pb mirror of 37.3. The remainder of the session saw him bag another little mirror and lose a fish to a hook pull, however he tells us the lost fish really wasn’t an issue as he couldn’t have wished for a better seeing off prezzie. The mirror is the fourth 30 plus fish to grace his net in October alone, some going if we say so ourselves. Congrats on the pb and a big well in that man!!
Ryan Heaton of RGBaits made the return trip back down the A1 a couple of weeks back for a 48 hour session on his Lincs. syndicate. Being his last planned session for a while due to work commitments, he really was hoping the lake would be kind to him.