My tenching has been very hit and miss due to the time I have given it, nine acre pit for sure has a few that live there but how many and what size I'm not sure?
The numbers of bream in the water does not help the cause either as they seem to find the gourmet before anything else gets a chance.
The past few weeks the lake seems to have been busier than usual and some how lost its appeal and only fellow anglers will know what I'm talking about.
June the 16th is fast approaching and the excitement of running water is starting to grab hold of my thoughts...
I have three tickets for the Great Ouse all with varying potential for different species (barbel,chub and perch) with the odd chance of a fluke carp thrown in too.
So with tickets purchased I have now started to clean up the tackle and re-spool where needed.
The next couple of weeks will be spent tying rigs, getting the tackle to a bare minimum and sorting the baits that will be needed to hopefully net a few.
Evening walks will take place to try and get a feel for what lays ahead and hopefully a few fish of some description will be spotted (saying that, come the 16th they'll probably have vanished!!).
As anglers know only to well, this is what keeps our minds ticking.
Let the games begin.......