What type of fishing are you missing the most??

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For me I can't seem to decide. I've sat and day dreamed about everything from tench fishing on the waggler, bream on the quiver tip, whip fishing for silver and casting a line off the beaches...
The catch rate however is amazing as while I've been fishing in my head I haven't missed a bite and everything seems to go to plan😂
 

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At this stage I'm thinking about fishing the pond mate. But if I had to choose, I'd be after Bream on the Quivertip

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I've been thinking the same tbh. But when we're allowed to go fishing again I'll want to do that many different things I won't know where to start??????
In the long run I think it will make us get on the bank more often and make the most of our time as something like this makes you realise how precious it really is
 

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I can be quite specific about this, I'm missing my Perch fishing!

It's currently high season for big numbers of big fish and I know where they are on some very big waters, what they're doing and how I'll catch 'em...

Or not, as the case currently is!
 

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I went down my local cut today and threw a few pellets and a lot of breadcrumb in, stood for 5 minutes and there was bubbles and boiling all over the show. Gives me hope for when it's all over, small graces

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Float fishing for me. First chance I get I'm gonna flick a float out - bait will be bread, corn, worm, bacon grill or maggot - depending on time of year and location. Splash of the float hitting the surface. Sink the line. Gaze, with a mixture of anticipation and relief, at the fluorescent tip; can't wait!
 

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For me nothing can beat a very early start on a beautiful remote estate lake with no-one else there to spoil your peace; in a swim with Tench bubbles erupting amongst the lilly Beds and moving towards your float.

Catching Barbel on a small stream comes fairly close but catching Tench on my local estate lake comes first for me.

And hopefully that’s where I’ll be when the lockdown ends.

Keith
 

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With the best fishing month bar none -May- about to arrive I am missing it all ! Everything that swims is eating big time and its just a brilliant time to be out there but there is nothing I can do about it .
 

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At the moment it's lure fishing but in a months time it will be Tench fishing. Now I think it is more likely to be next winters pike fishing.
 

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Definitely salmon fishing with the fly. Had 2 trips to the Spey cancelled this Spring and they are usually the highlights of my fishing calendar.
 

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At the moment I dont care what sort, its the lot. I am not sure if all the fishing videos I have been watching makes the situation worse or not!
 

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Stick, waggler and bolo on the river. It feels like the closed season started last October.
 

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The sort where water is involved - having said that being predominately a moving water angler I wouldn't be fishing too much at present anyway................
 

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I am missing feeling that im as close as I can be with nature,like a dose of medicine,regularly,this time of year three times a week,mainly watching a float,but anything would suffice....
 
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