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Just couple of hours on the upper Lea, then had to go pick up my young grandson, very cold, very misty but caught this fine Chub on Prawn.
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Very nice chub that
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Hey, thats great! Is it a club water or errm, free?
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Lovely Chub,well done that man
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FloatFisher wrote:Hey, thats great! Is it a club water or errm, free?
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Loverly chub and a loverly bit of river ,when i was up that way i would always have a look in there , chub everywhere,think because it was so small and shallow and busy it didn't get hit to bad by the cormarants
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