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Fishing over the Winter

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i think farther is going todo a little bit of piking aswell this winter don't know weather it will be to cold for the fist and will just stay in shoals and feed from the bottom.

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I don't think I am, I would dearly love to get over to do some Piking, either on Barton or even at the moorings at Stalham, however the way the diary is working out not sure if we will even get over until the start of February :cry

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Gordon

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Jill

I am sure they do, I understand the little fish move into the warmer waters especially into the boat yards and hide under the boats. Of course the pike follow their dinner. I have caught some cracking pike in the moorings

Talking of kingfishers I feel particularly priveledged to have watched a kingfisher for about 15 minutes working prom a post just 30 feet in front of me, he then moved onto a nearby boat and continued for another 15 mins. That was special :-D

Gordon

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maybe if you chop up some fish and stick it in the hop of your hat while sitting on a bench outside and setting up a camcorder. that would be some fun.

when i was moored at are yard in late august there was a little bird that came swooping across the bow of curlew and landed on the ring of ower mud weight. Tiny it was no larger than a Robin with a long black tail and i think a white body when moving its tail move very erratically. It was so cool just to stop what your doing and just to sit still for a few mins and be mesmerized (Priceless) :santa:

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