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Nomads Fresh Water Pics

 

This page is for photo's of catches by Nomads that fancy a change, and occasionally do a spot of fresh water fishing.

 

A4 framed photo's are available from Steve, only £5 each

 

Steve Frost with a 12lb Pike

 

Steve Frost caught this 16lb Pike on a very wet, windy and muddy day, at Shinewater Lake. The pike put up a huge fight both in the water and on land, sadly, due to losing his mat, (it blew into the water 15 minutes before hand), the pike got a bit muddy.

 

Trevor Rooney caught this 9lb 9oz Barbel, in July 1978. He was fishing on the Hampshire Avon at Christchurch, using luncheon meat on a size 6 hook, 7lb line and a Quivertip rod. Photo by Peter Swift.

 

In July 1978, Trevor Rooney caught this 4lb 2oz Chub. Trevor was fishing on the River Rother at Bodium, in Kent, using a simple link ledger, 6lb line, a size 8 hook with cheese paste. Photo by Mark Hopper.

 

In February 1979, Trevor Rooney caught this 15lb 8oz Pike, he was on a trip to the then famous 16 foot drain, the Suffolk Drains. He went with some members of the "South East Specimen Group", their host was the famous Pike angler "Neville Fickling". Photo by Neville Fickling.

 

 

Dan Wood (Nomads Committee member) went fishing on the river Tyne in Scotland, he caught this 7lb Salmon, Dan also caught other Salmon.

Sadly none were eaters, because they had all been in the river to long, Dan said that the Salmon that are silver are eaters, not the coloured ones.