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PostSubject: solar aquatels   Wed Jan 16, 2008 12:24 am

Aquatels - Essex


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Since our involvement with Aquatels the carp have flourished. At the start the ceiling weight seemed to be around 27/28lb. In 2006 the mirror known as cluster came out at 42lb 2oz, but unfortunately was found dead this year following spawning. Of the other target fish the sergeant common 38lb, the peach common 36lb, the blue ghostie 36lb and a new ghostie made it to just over 30lb which we have named Dave, the Drop Scale Linear came out 30lb 8oz and a new common has come through which made 30lb 2oz christened ‘shoulders’. The fish known as jays common came out this spring at 32lb and add to these a mirror that has never been to the bank, but is sometimes seen with the peach and is of equal size and another ghostie is often seen with the blue ghostie that is around the same size and there is also a bronze coloured ghostie we see around the small island that is in the 35lb bracket. The average size of the carp in Aquatels in the spring and autumn is well into 20lb's and only drops below this figure after spawning. We put this down to two factors. The first is we only control the weed where needed and do not obliterate it as some waters do and the second is bait. The carp in 'aqqies' like a bit of food and since we encouraged anglers to 'put a bit in' weights have rocketed. As we always keep large amounts of weed the carp can be often found in the margins and the majority of captures come within 30 yards of the edge.



Aquatels carp fishing cannot be classed as easy, they have seen it all over the years and can be very cute at times. Saying that, multiple catches can be had if anglers apply themselves in the correct manner. If they keep quiet, don't go on a social, stay off the beer, keep hidden, keep your rod tips back and don't keep walking around the swim.

In December 2006 we decided to stock for the future and put in 64 stunning mirrors from AJS Fisheries. These fish were between 7 and 12lb and will flourish in Aquatels.
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