One week later I decided to have another 24 hour session. But this time at a different place and with new baits. I have fished the last years mostly with boilies and only fed with pellets, but this time I want to fish with pellets (Halibutpellets Aqua) as a hookbait. I also did without partikel feeding and fished a normal fixed lead assembly and PVA bag with 4-5 pellets. Because I had to buy a new tackle in the fishing store in the morning I only made it to the pond in the early afternoon. To my delight it started raining shortly after my arrival. I quickly set up my equipment and tested my new bait. Because of the rain I hadn’t thought about which spots I wanted to fish, so I just threw my rods in the middle of the pond. Five minutes later my bite indicator already sounded. During the drilling I was sceptical if it was a carp, because it made quite untypical strokes. Shortly after that I was sure that there was no carp in my landing net but a small catfish (106cm) which could not resist the pellet. My first catfish this season. What a nice bycatch. The rain stopped and I started to prepare a spot next to a big overhanging tree with pellets. Two hours later I was able to catch my first carp of this session and a really good one with a weight of 43,65lbs. New personal best. I quickly fed some more pellets to my spot and threw my rod back to the same place. This time it took me longer to get any action on my rod, it was already dark when I landed my second carp. It was much smaller at 21,6 lbs but my joy was great and my hopes of catching more fish in the night were strengthened. But until the morning I had no more run. After breakfast I decided to feed my spot again with a lot of pellets and to lay it out anew. Half an hour later my rod was bent over and a long fight with the fish followed. After 15 minutes I could finally land him, a scaled carp with 47,24 lbs. I couldn’t believe it, two personal best within 24 hours.