A Winter Crucian

I don’t normally manage to get fishing around this time of the year, but I did today.

I found a lovely day ticket water not too far from where I live. Taking with me a rod that I don’t often get to use, a J.B Walker Mark IV and my usual pin, an Aerial 3.5″.

It was a cold day, and quite windy too, but with the wind behind me I did not have much trouble with my ailing Wallis casts.

With the temperature as it was, I was not confident of any Crucians. Roach were the order of today. It was a really nice being at a new lake. The thin sunshine grazed through the baron branches of the surrounding trees, and a full November supermoon moon signalled the end of my day at this lake . I will certainly be returning here in the future.

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