The Big Red Carp Fishing Blog
Carole and I first visited le Queroy in 1998 and have fished there at least once a year ever since. We fell in love with the lake and the Cottage (the accommodation) the first time we clapped eyes on it which is why we keep going back.
Many anglers rub their hands on hearing a gale forecast, but I believe that 'big winds invariably bring good fishing' is something of an old wives tale.
A good angler never misses an opportunity to observe the water and the carp therein, as he knows he will not be successful if he spends most of his time camping and sleeping.
Our SuperSoft Pellets are designed to breakdown quickly; in fact it is one of their principle benefits. However there are times when a slower breakdown rate is preferred and this can be achieved by using a food oil.
Recently I was honoured to photograph the oldest male member of the village and his rather large family, from all points of the globe all gathered as one for a celebration for a special 90th birthday.
I had a PM from a Carp Forum member the other day as follows:
"Hi Ken, Would a recipe of 50/50 Haith's CLO & SuperRed work as a boiled bait? I want a simple but immediate bait as due tomorrow to work/family I only get out 2-3 times a year.Also what attractors would you recommend?