Brandon Butler Articles

Home|Posts|Articles|Brandon Butler Articles

Brandon Butler Articles

Carp Fishing – Brandon Butler Lands The Long Common

After spending the last couple of weeks flitting around on different venues, it was time to head back to Church Farm at Yateley. I checked the weather for the week ahead and the pressure was expected to drop and a new South Westerly wind was forecast for the next couple of days, so I [...]

Winter on The Park Lake – Observation is Key by Brandon Butler

After being unable to get out on the bank for a few weeks it really was time for a trip out, and with a week's break from college coming up it was a great time to do just that. The only concern I had was the weather, which was certainly against me as minus [...]

Carp Fishing – Back Lake Campaign – By Brandon Butler

With my school exams over I could now dedicate my spare time to fishing on the Hartley Witney club waters at Church Farm in Yateley. I decided to fish the Back Lake which holds a good head of carp; not the biggest maybe, but it certainly holds some surprises and beautiful fish. I was [...]

Carp Fishing – Effort Equals Reward – By Brandon Butler

During late spring and early summer months, I decided to spend the majority of my time on my local club water. After having a memorable spring landing the biggest known resident from the complex's ‘Middle Lake’ I decided to spend the rest of the year on the ‘Back Lake’ as there are a lot [...]

Carp Fishing – Park Life – By Brandon Butler

I arrived at the fishery late afternoon as I knew the park would start to quieten down around this time. After a good walk around, I decided against fishing the snaggy areas that I tend to favour, as I had spotted some fish held out in the open water area near the main area of [...]

Carp Fishing – 48 Hours On The Blue Pool – By Brandon Butler

As we arrived at the complex on Saturday morning the group that was just pulling off said there had been a couple of carp out that night, but nothing in the daytime. This was probably to do with the weather, as temperatures were hitting up to 31 degrees! My allocated pegs were 15 to 21, [...]