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basically iv let some one down after agreeing to fish a ress which is full of ugly carp around the 10lb-16lb weight, mouth damage is certain and its riddled with match anglers (which i have no problem with, everyone does what they enjoy and i respect that).

 

 

Now, i know that sounds bad and kind of ungrateful and big headed but, is there anything wrong with wanting to learn a prestine clear gravel pit with quality looking mirror carp, i mean pure natural looking carp, jet black scales and no mouth damage.

 

I like venues which arent holes in the ground, something with some character and features, make that visual and below the water.

 

Just i want to stick to what i enjoy doing in this game and i have strong feelings on how a lake should be run (which is properly,and safe). Is it me or are there others out there who initally agreed to fishing somewhere and later backtracked due to these morals and beliefs?

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stick tp your guns fella....the less of that kind of water the better....and it wont benefit you as a carp angler anyway......you want to catch carp...not scamps that are disfigured.....its a no brainer :wink:

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thats what i mean, im not going to name the fishery as i feel thats unfair but you can see where im coming from, i would of sat there a tad annoyed potentially cussing everything about and had wished i stayed at home :lol:

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basically iv let some one down after agreeing to fish a ress which is full of ugly carp around the 10lb-16lb weight, mouth damage is certain and its riddled with match anglers (which i have no problem with, everyone does what they enjoy and i respect that).

 

 

Now, i know that sounds bad and kind of ungrateful and big headed but, is there anything wrong with wanting to learn a prestine clear gravel pit with quality looking mirror carp, i mean pure natural looking carp, jet black scales and no mouth damage.

 

I like venues which arent holes in the ground, something with some character and features, make that visual and below the water.

 

Just i want to stick to what i enjoy doing in this game and i have strong feelings on how a lake should be run (which is properly,and safe). Is it me or are there others out there who initally agreed to fishing somewhere and later backtracked due to these morals and beliefs?

 

I agree with you, stick to it mate

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stick tp your guns fella....the less of that kind of water the better....and it wont benefit you as a carp angler anyway......you want to catch carp...not scamps that are disfigured.....its a no brainer :wink:

 

i disagree,those types of water do us a favour,leaving the waters we all would rather fish quieter!! :lol:

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stick tp your guns fella....the less of that kind of water the better....and it wont benefit you as a carp angler anyway......you want to catch carp...not scamps that are disfigured.....its a no brainer :wink:

 

i disagree,those types of water do us a favour,leaving the waters we all would rather fish quieter!! :lol:

 

The problem with those types of waters is that those who fish them think that ALL carp fishing is easy. Add to that the "cruelty" of overstocking a water so that the fish are forced to rely on anglers bait mean that the mouth damage becomes inevitable.

 

Far better in the first place to fish a natural water and learn to accept that carp fishing is challenging and you have to work and learn to catch fish.

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stick tp your guns fella....the less of that kind of water the better....and it wont benefit you as a carp angler anyway......you want to catch carp...not scamps that are disfigured.....its a no brainer :wink:

 

i disagree,those types of water do us a favour,leaving the waters we all would rather fish quieter!! :lol:

 

The problem with those types of waters is that those who fish them think that ALL carp fishing is easy. Add to that the "cruelty" of overstocking a water so that the fish are forced to rely on anglers bait mean that the mouth damage becomes inevitable.

 

Far better in the first place to fish a natural water and learn to accept that carp fishing is challenging and you have to work and learn to catch fish.

 

Also waters like these tend to have diseases in, once it's on your landing net or something and you go to a really nice water, you can easily pass the disease and cause damage if not death to the fish in the lake.

 

Oh, and I completely agree with you Bish.

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stick tp your guns fella....the less of that kind of water the better....and it wont benefit you as a carp angler anyway......you want to catch carp...not scamps that are disfigured.....its a no brainer :wink:

 

i disagree,those types of water do us a favour,leaving the waters we all would rather fish quieter!! :lol:

 

The problem with those types of waters is that those who fish them think that ALL carp fishing is easy. Add to that the "cruelty" of overstocking a water so that the fish are forced to rely on anglers bait mean that the mouth damage becomes inevitable.

 

Far better in the first place to fish a natural water and learn to accept that carp fishing is challenging and you have to work and learn to catch fish.

 

Also waters like these tend to have diseases in, once it's on your landing net or something and you go to a really nice water, you can easily pass the disease and cause damage if not death to the fish in the lake.

 

Oh, and I completely agree with you Bish.

 

But they proved once the net is dry that you cannot transfer a disease from one water to another

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stick tp your guns fella....the less of that kind of water the better....and it wont benefit you as a carp angler anyway......you want to catch carp...not scamps that are disfigured.....its a no brainer :wink:

 

i disagree,those types of water do us a favour,leaving the waters we all would rather fish quieter!! :lol:

 

The problem with those types of waters is that those who fish them think that ALL carp fishing is easy. Add to that the "cruelty" of overstocking a water so that the fish are forced to rely on anglers bait mean that the mouth damage becomes inevitable.

 

Far better in the first place to fish a natural water and learn to accept that carp fishing is challenging and you have to work and learn to catch fish.

 

Also waters like these tend to have diseases in, once it's on your landing net or something and you go to a really nice water, you can easily pass the disease and cause damage if not death to the fish in the lake.

 

Oh, and I completely agree with you Bish.

 

But they proved once the net is dry that you cannot transfer a disease from one water to another

 

Oh right, fair enough, but my point still stands :wink:

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stick tp your guns fella....the less of that kind of water the better....and it wont benefit you as a carp angler anyway......you want to catch carp...not scamps that are disfigured.....its a no brainer :wink:

 

i disagree,those types of water do us a favour,leaving the waters we all would rather fish quieter!! :lol:

 

The problem with those types of waters is that those who fish them think that ALL carp fishing is easy. Add to that the "cruelty" of overstocking a water so that the fish are forced to rely on anglers bait mean that the mouth damage becomes inevitable.

 

Far better in the first place to fish a natural water and learn to accept that carp fishing is challenging and you have to work and learn to catch fish.

 

Also waters like these tend to have diseases in, once it's on your landing net or something and you go to a really nice water, you can easily pass the disease and cause damage if not death to the fish in the lake.

 

Oh, and I completely agree with you Bish.

 

But they proved once the net is dry that you cannot transfer a disease from one water to another

 

Oh right, fair enough, but my point still stands :wink:

 

Yes and i completely agree with you mate. I would much rather fish a beautiful lake in a nice venue with good looking fish than fish a lake with fish with horrible mouth damage and other damage.

 

Granted even the most pristine lakes will have a small chance of having damaged carp in them due to cormanants and otters ect.

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Yes your right james but not to the extreme of the place im on about, i just cant take to that very sterile hole in the ground environment that this res poses.

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I wouldn't fish Drayton either :lol:

 

Agreed, I fish it VERY OCCASIONALLY when I'm testing new gear or techniques (New rigs etc) as I know I'm guaranteed a bend in the rod, but do I enjoy it? Nope.. It's a means to an end!

 

I agree with you bish, to an extent, I recently fished the lee navigation in london, its a right state, and there isn't much in there if I'm honest (We did catch an eel though lol) But I went and fished it for the social side of things, I went with a mate and his brother (Neither of whom know much about fishing which is why they chose this place, but won't learn anything there either, and I'm going to wait until they're on my patch before teaching them some bits and showing them what true fishing is!)

 

Again, I didn't really enjoy the fishing aspect of it, but it was good fun socialising and having a laugh...

 

Places like the lee navigation and Drayton and the like aren't really for those who want to fish, but for those who wan't to socialise whilst doing something that's a bit more involving than camping :D

 

And like previously said, they keep the noddies and ATGBNI anglers away from the gem's! :D

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