Catch More Chub From Small Rivers

We Join Korum’s Harry Pardoe on the River Blythe. The river Blythe flows through the English Midlands from Southern Warwickshire, through the borough of Solihull and on to Coleshill.

 It runs along the Meriden Gap in the Midlands Plateau, is fed by the River Cole and is a tributary of the River Tame, although its only small in size this river is home to some Fairly big Chub. as well as catching a few nice chub for the camera Harry gives us a few useful tips on how to get the best out of small rivers.

 

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