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Check Out The 3 Flies Used To Bag 15 Grafham Beauties !

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Check Out The 3 Flies Used To Bag 15 Grafham Beauties !

Firstly, apologies I haven't been able to deliver more regular updates of my fishing ventures - I do not know where this last month has gone - It has been a busy one. As we head into June, our big waters start to change. The buzzer fishing can slow, and nymphs and dries can really come into their own - as we discovered yesterday on Grafham. (30/6/22) Grafham is a real gem of a water at this time of year, hit it right and you'll get a day to remember. The weather conditions were some what perfect, light cloud, light Southerly...

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Rutland, Then Grafham - Which One Came Out On Top ?

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Rutland, Then Grafham - Which One Came Out On Top ?

It has been a busy week taking anglers onto the Midland's top waters, Rutland & Grafham, and with them both in fantastic form of late, was it going to continue? First trip out was with Scotland's Ramsay Mgowan and Tyler Hay. After a "night before" catch up it was time to show these boys the big "R". We headed South, and parked up along the fence at Gibbets Gorse, where I new fish had been holding for some weeks. It wasn't long until both Tyler and Ramsay hit into fish, fishing buzzers on floating lines. The fish were noticeably close...

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