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Result on the Wyre

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Result on the Wyre

Postby sp8 » 19 Jan 2017, 18:48

After a pleasantly successful morning on the canal I decided to give the Wyre a chuck for the afternoon. Was rewarded with a fine pike on the same lure I caught on this morning. A silver Tormentor. No scales but I guess it would have made 15ld quite comfortably. 10 minutes later I had a follow from a bigger fish, it turned as it spotted me I think. Bugger! Shouldn't be greedy though. I think it's resident in this particular swim.ImageImageImage


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Re: Result on the Wyre

Postby shacky » 19 Jan 2017, 19:32

Absolute stunning fish :thumb: well done :clap:
That looks like the bend in the river I fished a few times, for chub. I even won my first BLAS match there with trout.
Shame you never caught its pal. Though there is always next time.
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Re: Result on the Wyre

Postby sharpey » 19 Jan 2017, 19:46

Belter, well played..!!!


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Re: Result on the Wyre

Postby davis5950 » 19 Jan 2017, 22:53

Excellent result. Been good numbers of decent/big pike coming out of the Wyre this winter and there's still 2 months to go!
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Re: Result on the Wyre

Postby Rushy » 19 Jan 2017, 23:47

Cracking fish, congratulations :clap:
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Re: Result on the Wyre

Postby pros » 20 Jan 2017, 09:40

What a great fish, well done.
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Re: Result on the Wyre

Postby Hydro2015 » 28 Jan 2017, 07:52

Excellent result mate and lovely fish on the lure. It also just shows that you don't need to you massive lures to attract the doubles as many nice Pike are caught on lures, both soft and hard ones.

I see you have now learnt how to post pictures now also, so more to come hopefully!


davis5950 wrote:Excellent result. Been good numbers of decent/big pike coming out of the Wyre this winter and there's still 2 months to go!


I had a go last February, snapped off twice on 2 branches under the water(using those little rubber shads I use on the canal, they would catch chub and trout as well as pike and Perch imo), I got in a mood with myself, packed up and went home :lol: . It was just one of those bad days to be honest and I need to go and give it another go with a more clear head. I think I could have some great days on there once I crack it.

I've not been fishing for months to be honest(I feel as though it's been years) but I have a lovely new lure collection of Savage Gear and Rapala lures that I wouldn't mind trying out.
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Re: Result on the Wyre

Postby sp8 » 28 Jan 2017, 10:22

Got my head round Tapatalk.
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Re: Result on the Wyre

Postby Hydro2015 » 11 Mar 2017, 13:40

sp8 wrote:Got my head round Tapatalk.


Was it the St Michaels stretch, where you get tickets from the garage where you fished?
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Re: Result on the Wyre

Postby sp8 » 11 Mar 2017, 20:14

Yes. It was on the day ticket stretch.
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