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Old 09-05-2016, 20:51
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Steve. Pics on BAA website by lake are interesting. Only said about it as available on the site.

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Old 09-05-2016, 21:08
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Steve. Pics on BAA website by lake are interesting. Only said about it as available on the site.

Hope not messed up for you.
No not at all G - I've not been a BAA member since then (2007) I do my Zedding elsewhere.

Just took a look - Nice fish, and no surprise
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Old 05-08-2017, 08:50
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Anyone out Zedding at all this year...?
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Old 05-08-2017, 09:00
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I've had a couple on one short session. Haven't got bored with barbel yet!
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Old 01-09-2017, 00:29
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Never caught a zander in my life but would love to try. Could anyone suggest a stretch of river where I'd be in with a good shout? (I'm not looking for doubles, just decent middle-range fish that are present in reasonable numbers). Not looking for details of hot swims either, just some clues on roughly where to start.

I live in Burton on Trent by the way so rivers like the Trent, Derwent, Dove, Warks Avon etc are all within reach.
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Old 13-09-2017, 22:11
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Steve, being local I'd stick to the Trent. The middle and tidal reaches have a good head of zander: they do like a bit of depth but can come shallow at times. Try fishing for them when the rivers up a bit and there's some colour in the water. Obviously the last hour of daylight and into darkness are good times.
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