Sorry Kevin, but it's not very easy to put captions under pictures unless they're the only items on that line, v.v. the lures pic and the rod/reel pic. Connors is easy because it's the headline pic and asks for a caption.Actually, I was going to have Jeff charged with nepotism, as family member Connor got a mention in the article, but I didn't. I thought about suing for infringement of image rights too, but decided that anonimity was the best policy, until I got spotted.......!!!
That was partly the idea John. Well done.thanks for rekindling my old fetish for pike!
And the good thing is that this particular fetish of mine is totally legal and does not require dressing up.A great article that inspired me to walk down to the river severn with my spinning rod. first cast hooked a small jack, second cast lost a much bigger fish!
thanks for rekindling my old fetish for pike!
Crumbs Mark, you'll be giving up the trotting rod at that rate! Well done.Fancying a quick couple of hours fishing yesterday and inspired by this I went for spinning session on the local river. I have some old Mepps and a 10' light spinning rod (doubles up as a holiday Harbour mullet float rod hence the length) and had a go. A no. 2 Mepps with black blade and yellow spots brought 2 perch plus a jack but a switch to a copper blade brought another 8 perch to a pound plus 4 more pike - best only 5lbs but all good fun.