Limpley Stoke bait

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Limpley Stoke bait

Postby stewart » 24 Jun 2013 13:37

How about a halibut pellet on a hair rig with a pva bag of broken up halibut pellets that have been soaked in hemp oil (I've actually got a bottle of hemp oil and halibut together).
I don't know much about this venue other than it is fishing less well now (perhaps due to otter predation). I am trying to catch my first barbel. Any thoughts?

Thanks

Stewart
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Re: Limpley Stoke bait

Postby barbeldave » 24 Jun 2013 17:31

Nothing wrong with your tactics Stewart, but there a bit few and far between these days at Limpley. :( :( but good luck and stick at it Stewart.
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Re: Limpley Stoke bait

Postby stewart » 25 Jun 2013 03:26

Would you suggest I fish elsewhere (I don't really want to travel too far)?
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Re: Limpley Stoke bait

Postby barbeldave » 25 Jun 2013 17:56

Limpley still produces a few barbel a season but my advice would be to keep mobile and give each swim 20 mins if barbel are there it wont take long for them to grab the bait.
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