The Big Red Carp Fishing Blog
It was the end of June when I had an email from both Ken and Simon, asking me if I would like to test a batch of already rolled baits. My first question was "whose rolling them" the answer came back that it would be Rollin Baits.
I would like to look again at the subject of attraction via the use of non-synthetic products that rely on natural extracts and foods.
It was great to hear from Simon the main man at Haiths, and almost at the same time from the amazing bait brain that is Ken Townley, both asking similar things, and those being, would I be interested in testing some special upgrades to their already existent range of ready to roll base mixes. Although on this occasion the bait was to be made for me in the form of 15 mm boilies and rolled by the highly respected Rollin baits.
Because of my busy schedule I haven't planned any longer fishing sessions this summer. I decided to go for some weekend fishing when I have time.
Our annual trip to Le Queroy had come around at last. This would be our twentieth visit to this wonderful fishing venue and our second in 2016.
You may have noticed over the years that the name of a certain Cornish reservoir has played a huge part in both my angling and working life. Since 1982, when I made my hesitant way through the woods and down the path to the ressy from the car park much water has flowed under the bridge and many glorious memories generated.