Guy Turnbull has had a truly remarkable spring, catching two target fish from two different waters with a few back up fish to help along the way!
Tuition Success with Scott Lloyd
1st October 2018
Oozing with Linch Hill knowledge, Scott Lloyd makes the perfect host for onsite tuitions. Having caught carp to over 40lb, his past few clients are testament to his capability.
The first of three successful tuitions saw Ryan Nash break his PB not once, but twice! He first broke his personal best with a 25lb 14oz mirror, which he then smashed the following night with a mega 32lb 8oz fully scaled. With the lake not fishing at its finest, Scott was delighted that Ryan received two of the four bites that the lake produced during their time there.
Again, Scott’s next visit to Linch Hill wasn’t to be favourable, with the first frosts of the autumn striking, the next six days were not going to be easy. But as always, he pulled it out the bag and led Jason Tingey to land a new PB of 34lb 4oz, and what a corker it was!
Within the same week, Scott and Christchurch hosted returning customer Liam Matthews. Having landed a 40lb plus common and a 36lb mirror on his previous tuition in the summer, Liam was keen to book a 2nd tutorial to cover the different aspects of angling that are associated with the back end of the year.
Almost repeating his results from the summer, Liam landed Litchy’s Common at an impressive 41lb 4oz! This was followed by a 2nd take, but Liam was unfortunate and wasn’t to land this fish.
During his time at the lake, Scott also managed to sneak his rods out and took a mirror of 30lb 14oz and a common of 34lb 14oz. All of the fish caught fell to two of Scott’s favourite rigs, the Hinge-Stiff Rig and of course the Noodle Rig. These were baited with match the hatch Krill Pop-Ups and Dumbell Wafters and were fished over spreads of Krill chops, crushed tigers, hemp and maples, all of which was laced in plenty of Pure Krill Liquid.
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