England manager out thinking opposition as he targets bits over bream.
As we enter the last three quarters of an hour on the final day of the World Feeder Champs England are putting on a masterclass.
Team manager Tommy Pickering especially has shown his international experience, putting together a good weight of small fish in C Section that hasn’t seen the bream show at all for the first seven pegs. Knowing that it would be a struggle to find the bream, Tommy set out his stall for roach and perch, so far having put together around 2kg of 1oz and 1.5oz fish – the equivalent of one average bream here.
It’s a weight that should hold him in good stead against anglers who have waited in vain for the bream and Tommy looks now to be concentrating his efforts on bagging one decent fish in the time he has left, if he manages it he should go to the top end of the section results.
“Tommy’s fishing for bream now knowing that he needs one to secure a high section position,” Tommy’s bank runner Adam Rooney told Match Fishing. “The Dutch feeder expert Arnout will be winning C Section from Peg 17 where there are bream about.”