Wednesday, 04 October 2017 19:42

NEMO caught at a stunning 42lbs 15oz at Bury Hill Fisheries in Surrey


One of Temple's most sort after fish NEMO has recently been caught at a stunning 42lbs 15oz at Bury Hill Fisheries in Surrey.

Bury Hill Fisheries fishing newsFollowing is Karl Jansen's account following the capture of Nemo at 42lbs 15oz.

"I arrived at Bury Hill Saturday evening 30th for a 48hr session. I originally set up in swim 11 as a number of fish had been showing. On Sunday morning Mark Constable moved from swim 9, so I decided to move despite the rain.
On Sunday afternoon I had a run on my left hand rod, after about a 10 or 15 minute battle, I could not believe what I had in the net, it was NEMO... As I was unhooking Nemo bailiff Sam Sawyers walked around the corner and as soon as he saw what I had caught his jaw hit the floor as the scales went past the magical 40lb mark stopping at 42lbs15oz, a new pb and my first UK 40.

After struggling most of this year on Temple and only catching my first fish three weeks ago, I still couldn't believe that I had Nemo in the net, this was only my fifth fish this year!
I finished my session with a 20lb 1oz common.

I caught both fish on a 16mm water size 4 MCF Grenville Claw hook tied to a 6 inch Seaguar ace hard fluorocarbon."

Well done Karl, good fishing...

Source: Bury Hill Fisheries

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