An Early Morning Perch Session, With Thoughts On Confidence, Luck And Watercraft In General

I’m enjoying my perch canal fishing at the moment, as you will already know if you follow my blog entries.

By the way, thanks if you do. Unless you post a comment I don’t know names of individuals, but the statistics are good, so that’s encouraging.

It’s always nice to know you have an audience, as opposed to talking or writing to yourself.

You can follow this morning’s session via the video below. The water temperature was 10.5C.

I fished with a Greys G Lite spinning rod (4-8lb) and a Shimano DL2500FA reel. 

Maxima Chameleon 4lb line went straight through to a Drennan Super Specialist size 16 hook.

The hook length was created by a 5mm bead and a size 6 shot. The lead was a 1/4 ounce bomb. 

I fished with double maggot and fed maggots / brown crumb.