Moving swims proved to be key.

Moving swims proved to be key.

Pineapple wafter

So to begin my session I arrived in the early morning, I saw lot of feeding bubbles and I thought it was going to be a great day. I was busy setting my gear up and getting rigs ready.. Before I placed my 3 rods, I decided to spomb out a mixture of particles and half boilies into open water over the area I saw the bubbles and the odd carp show.

A slow start to my session nothing happened. Mid way in to my session I had no runs in open water, I did notice the carp on the other of the lake and next to reeds. I then decided to move to the other side, fishing 2 rods in open water in a patrol route for the carp and one against the reeds. I managed 3 runs for the short time I had left. I decided to give one to a young kid a chance at catching a carp while he helping me with pictures.

I managed to land these beauties on a single wafter soaked in various glugs from Nvoke RR10 range The 3 different flavours used were the following, Papaya, Citrus and finally Pineapple.