If nothing changes, but I'm sure it most certainly will, I plan to retire in December 2021. Should I be asked to make a decision? With no mortgage or debt to worry about then I should really leave the job opportunities to the younger guys who do have mortgages and kids to care for. Having said that, these are the same group who whinge about being asked to sweep the car park? Do they really deserve the job? Either which way, that's a discussion for another day and all I need focus on is ensuring that I've got everything in place for a mid-night start on the 15th.
Realistically, the split cane thirty gig, will happen at the syndicate fisheries, yet the drains still have the potential to deliver on my promise. Under these present circumstances I am more than happy to be sat behind the rods and accept whatever the angling gods are willing to deliver. Three weeks is a long time,.Being able to react to the conditions and do short, three/four hour, sessions will suit me down to the ground. I've always believed that it is ability, over time, which defines a competent angler. There are a few other ideas spinning around in the mix which might well provide a distraction should the carp decide not to play ball.
|I'd love the chance to catch another 7 lbs+ tench|
Tench, eels and bream, in that order, have me quite excited about the potential of the syndicate fisheries. Once June is out of the way, I am hoping to be able to return to just turning up for a, mid week, dawn/evening session without the need to pre-book. Only time will tell.