Thursday is our Big Fish Blog and it’s the turn of Pallatrax.
Be sure to come back on Friday for Carl & Alex’s popular latest update, with the Angling Trust here on Saturday and Colin Mitchell’s pleasure fishing blog on Sunday.
A great month!
THE last six weeks or so have been very kind to the Team Pallatrax anglers, I’ve highlighted some of the best captures below and there’s a top tip regarding the use of our products from one of the team…
We’ve been very pleased to announce several new team members over the last couple of months and new recruit Chris Mutton has been on fire at the River Lea, reporting a superb brace of Elixir-caught barbel totalling 27 lb and he then followed this up with a 7 lb 4 oz chub on Winter Almond squab and paste.
Mark Owen fishes the awesome Pallatrax-backed Emperor Lakes complex and has had a major result in the shape of this 44 lb 8 oz Multiworm-caught mirror. You can see both sides of it here.
This follows up Mark’s brace of 30s the week before – what a ten days he’s had! Successful terminal tackle included size 6 The Hook, 15lb braid and was fished in conjunction with The Stonze.
This month Nathan Walter tells us about his use for The Stonze…
Most of my fishing is done on rivers and the majority of these have wonderful gravel runs and flowing ranunculus. Nothing blends in better than a Pallatrax Stonze. Available in varying sizes, inline, or in conjunction with a lead clip, they are designed to adapt to most river conditions and offer the ultimate camouflage.
When using the Stonze I like to keep the rod tip as low as conditions allow, so as much line lays flat on the riverbed as possible and believe me you have a rig that blends in so well it feels like you’re cheating….well almost! Tie up a rig and lay it in the margins and see for yourself just how exceptional the Stonze system is. Mould your chosen ground bait mix around the Stonze too, when this drops off you’ll struggle to find your Stonze amongst the rest!
Good luck out there,
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