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Tench Fishing - Time For Tench Part One

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Tench Fishing - Time For Tench Part One

For this latest episode we headed to Bawburgh fishery, a fishery renowned for its specimen carp, bream, and tench and one which we have joined for 2016. For many years now it has thrown up some incredible catches of both carp and bream, but it was the huge tench that really took our fancy.

Behind carp, tench must be one of the UK's most lovable coarse fish. With their vibrant green colouring, red teddy bear eyes, and paint brush tail, it's easy to see why they are a firm favourite amongst anglers.

We hadn't had too many sessions trying to fish and film them, though, so we thought we'd try and put that right this year.

For our first session on the water we didn't want to throw ourselves right in at the deep end so opted to fish one of the smaller lakes, with the aim of easing our way into a proper tench campaign and hopefully putting a few smaller fish under our belt.

An early start saw us on the banks around 4.00am in the morning, but before we set-up and got fishing we were lucky enough to witness a truly incredible sight, and something that this year we'll be trying to replicate ourselves.

To find out exactly what we are talking about and to find our how we got on in our session, watch this latest instalment – from the waters edge.

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