Angling Times (UK) - - SOUTH -

THOU­SANDS of boats have ma­noeu­vred in th­ese bays over the years, and that height­ened ac­tiv­ity has dug out the bot­tom to cre­ate deeper ar­eas.

As very few boats use the canals once tem­per­a­tures drop, the fish will con­gre­gate in th­ese ar­eas to min­imise the im­pact of the cool­ing wa­ter on their me­tab­o­lism.

The in­creased width of the canal also means preda­tory fish and their prey can get well away from any dis­tur­bance on the banks.

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