Spent an hour this afternoon sorting out the bait boxes. Some unsuccessful ones have been relegated while others were given new split rings or hooks. All set for the new season now!
Always plenty of old Swedish Toby spoons in my box!
18 gram tigers
Salmo Toby. These don’t get much use here in Ireland but I like having them in the box just in case
Hi-Lo. Never caught a salmon on one of these but they are good for Pike
These are pure deadly for Pike
Another Pike spoon. I’m not a lover of Pike fishing but some days they are the only action available
Old ABU Glimmy spoons, lovely action in the water
ABU Salar. Very slow, rolling action in the water. As you can see I like the copper ones.
Small Rapalas and ABU Killer. When absolutely nothing is moving and the weather is against you these can sometimes produce a perch or trout
Rapalas. Always worth a try
one of the boxes before it was cleaned out. All the smaller baits have a new billet now.
Now all neatly stowed away in the bag.
We have had days of high winds and heavy rain here in the west. All the rivers are huge and there is some localised flooding. No fishing for a while to come as there is more bad weather forecast for the coming week.