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Image 19lb 9oz (sat,04/10/008) braxton


12 Oct 2008, 20:52
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that looks like a big gash on that fish thare jonny did a big pike grab it nice one anyway mate


12 Oct 2008, 20:57
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12 Oct 2008, 21:01
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Image17lb 9oz (first time on new water ,sommerly lakes on the christchurch books,this was taken on vincents lake, lost one before snapped hooklink was gutted only 2 takes all day.) sat,11/10/008


12 Oct 2008, 21:08
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cheech123 wrote:
that looks like a big gash on that fish thare jonny did a big pike grab it nice one anyway mate

alright darren,no mate no predatory fish in there,a couple of scales missing looked like it was healing up,perhaps from spawning or been hooked recently and been snagged up,really dont know mate just guessing.johnniecarpboy


12 Oct 2008, 21:25
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Image 23lb 6oz mirror my last english 20 before going back to scotland 18/01/009 :D


18 Jan 2009, 21:57
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Nice fish Johnnie- love the large scales. Well done!

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18 Jan 2009, 22:10
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esoxian wrote:
Nice fish Johnnie- love the large scales. Well done!

Ian 8)


cheers bud ,felt a bit sad packing up the rods today but looking forward to the Scottish challenge . :( :D


19 Jan 2009, 00:14
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very nice fish mate. well done


19 Jan 2009, 08:59
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:D fantastic results johnnie a big well done m8. :D

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19 Jan 2009, 22:39
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Nice fish Johny 8)

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20 Jan 2009, 19:02
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Well done that Man

Some Cracking Fish

Welcome to the Multi Runs Life that is Scottish Carp Fishing ............ :roll:

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21 Jan 2009, 16:08
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Welcome to the Multi Runs Life that is Scottish Carp Fishing


How depressingly true Tam :(

Johnie new weight ratio for Scotland :

10 pounder equals English 20
15 pounder equals English 30
20 pounder equals English 40
30 pounder equals get minging drunk for aboot a month after you post the photos on the forum :lol:

Get your heed round the difference and appreciate the challenge and you will enjoy, tight lines.


21 Jan 2009, 20:36
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what you say is very true last cast,the size thing won't bother me bud.
i love the challenge of catching hard to catch carp whether they are 10lb or 20lb.
obviously it would be good to catch big fish all the time but that isn't relistic my friend,i got more pleasure catching a 25lb 6oz mirror that i was after for 4 years than the 33lb 3oz common that i caught at longleat after 2 sessions even though it was the biggest fish in the water.

the time and effort that i put into catching the mirror made it much more specail and rewarding.

don't get me wrong catching the common was a fantastic feeling but lady luck played a part in that as well as ringing the changes in tatics.

anyway i'm starting to drift away from the subject.

i will be just as happy catching doubles in scotland as i was 20s in england if i'm lucky enough to catch at all (well for a season or 2 anyway till i sus the waters out.)johnniecarpboy :)


21 Jan 2009, 21:27
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just had a look at your pictures, fantastic fish well done :) :)

Hope you are enjoying the fishing back in Scotland.

Chris p


15 Jun 2009, 21:07
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