In my opinion, one of the most devastating rigs when fishing for big Perch is The Ned Rig. Once you’ve found a few fish then this really is the rig to reach for when finesse fishing for Perch. This article covers how I use the Ned Rig and the Korum Squirmz to land Perch, including a huge 4lb 6oz beast in February 2020. All captured on video too, read on!Continue reading “Perch Fishing The Ned Rig”
I am a year round angler and always have been. I love seeing the seasons change on the bank. After a long winter fishing in fairly miserable conditions it’s so nice when the shoots of spring arrive. I really love the sunshine so by the time summer arrives I’m quite desperate! It’s now September and this article sees me reflect on the summer of 2018 fishing in Hertfordshire and Essex.
The main lake at Fryerning can be tough. 20 acres is a lot of water for just 50/60 carp. I had a blank night on left hand point on the main lake so I took a wonder. I found most of the lakes stock spawning in the shallows so I decided to look at the other lakes on the complex. The Valley Lake Fryerning has some nice fish and I found a few in a quiet corner at the bottom end of the lake. All the gear was packed away on the main lake and the stalking kit came out!
In mid July 2016 I managed to get on the syndicate for Fryerning Fisheries. It’s an 18acre lake with around 150 fish it in. That’s a lot of water for that many fish to disappear into. I get lucky and bag a 37lb common on my first night! I’m going to enjoy the Fryerning carp.