I’ve been trying to catch a bleak for the whole of this year, I’ve fished every single river I’ve been able o in three diferent countries bt to no avail. There is one spot on the river bure where you couln’t leave your bait in the water for more than two seconds before you caught a bleak, but now I just cant find any.
So, the most common and easy to catch micro in England evades the Hugbot for now, but when I find them, they don’t stand a chance…
Pretty neat idea I think, would be great for small fish off docks or dropping a bait down from a canoe. A bit out of my price range for a micro rod though! I’ve been experimenting with short ice-style rods for micros, once I’ve got a good prototype built I’ll show you all.
I nearly beat my PB minnow today, I’ve had a bigger one from this river before but this is the largest I have a picture of. I also caught my first ever minnow on a lure.
I just cant beleive all the publictity this blogs been getting! check this out, http://www.gofishn.com/gofishn/microfishing-in-the-united-kingdom/
I’ve also seen a few blogs that have links to mine, thankyou guys!
I just thought I’d let everyone know why I haven’t been posting for the last few weeks, I’ve been on holiday by the sea in norfolk and I’ve manager to squeeze in loads of fishing. Full report and photos will come as soon as possible and I can tell you now there is plenty to report! I even got a few stone loaches.
I just got back from my stay in Italy, I’ve got loads to report which I will write up as soon as I get the time. I got three new species including the rare Arno goby, more on him later.
Hi there, I’m completely new to this Blogging thing so please excuse me if this doesn’t work out too smoothly for the first few posts.
I hope to enlighten the rest of the angling community on the many joys of micro fishing, watch this space for updates and trip reports!
thanks for visiting.
the sort of fish I like to catch