Tom Clark lands one of Lincolnshire’s finest and rarest carp, the stunning chestnut-coloured common known as “Cut Tail” at 42lb 6oz.
Newsletter Sign Up Competition
6th December 2016
As many of you will be aware we recently ran a sign up competition for our new newsletter, thank you to everyone who participated in the competition, we had such a great response and look forward to running more exciting competitions in the future.
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As most of you will know a name was selected at random from all of our newsletter sign ups and Jamie Kennard was the lucky Manilla 50kg winner! Jamie has since been in touch.
‘Thank you ever so much for this! Truly has made my day, if not my year.’
‘I have been a carp angler for the past 2 years but fishing all my life. My PB to date is 25.2lb mirror from a park lake; I’ve only recently started fishing big fish waters. I have just joined a syndicate that has two fish that go Past 40 and I will be doing my first night this weekend. Recently I have been using Sticky Vortex as it’s used to feed fish at my syndicate water.’
‘I can’t thank Sticky Baits enough for this amazing prize, I can’t wait to get out and use it and hope that it ups my results’
A week on from receiving his prize Jamie couldn’t start his campaign on his new syndicate due to flooding, so decided to do a quick overnighter on a water with an unknown stock and had a lovely little common on his first session.
Jamie has had some past success using Vortex and The Krill and he was kind enough to send us a cracking scaly mirror, caught from Hunts Corner at Linear Fisheries using a Pink Krill Pop-Up fished on a Chod Rig with a scattering of fifty Vortex freebies.
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