Tony quiver Tip Cotter
As Tony had a few days off and the weather was perfect he decided to head to the lough for some carp on the quiver tip. As he arrived on the lake he could feel the warm wind coming from a northerly direction that normally would have a chill in it. With the gear set up and the method feeder on that was packed with pellets, crushed boilies, and ground bait.
With the rod casted it did not take long before he was into his first fish, a carp of 8lb. As the day pushed on the carp did not care that the buddies were being caught. It does pay to have good bait in your swim because as tony proved they will stay around no Mather what is happening around them.
There was so many carp in his swim it was hard to tell the difference between a line bight to a take. As the fish were competing for the free offerings the carp started to hook them self’s with violent rod pulls. You could see that tony was really enjoying himself.
With 10kg of bait gone, it was time to lift the keep-net so we could start tagging the fish. It took the two of us to lift it, it was some days fishing for Tony, looking forward to giving it a go myself.
Keep nets OR Carp sacks are not allowed unless the cork city council give the ok, keep nets are harmful to the fish and both can carry disease if not disinfected properly.
I did a 3 minute video for Tony instead of putting in the pictures click on the video below to see how easy Tony makes it to catch carp and the amount of carp he had in 7 hours