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Old 21-11-2009, 09:18
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I was actually thinking of using the Avon Top and not the Quiver top, but i take your point.

So i'll use my Power Waggler Rod.

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Old 22-11-2009, 17:38
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I use an old Daiwa mach rod with mine Steph.
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Old 22-08-2011, 15:05
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I was so impressed watching an old retired angler using a Sidewinder on our deep club waters,he was in a parrot cage swim feeder fishing in 20 odd feet of water where a swing tip would not be much use due to the angle of the line ,quiver tips are pulled downwards for the same reason.
He put together a good net of fish in a howling gale and the next day I ordered one ,have any of you guys used one..thanks
Hi yes i use the side winder quite regular, and i rate them much better than a quiver tip method, especialy when its windy, just dip the tip of the rod in the water and then you will get clear bite indicator.But what im trying to find out is , are the side winders better than a quiver tip on rivers ? as i have never used one on a river, it as always been on pools or still water.
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Old 22-08-2011, 18:50
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i av the pollais mk2 it is a brill piece of work----cost me a tenner 5 yrs ago-----but worth it get one
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Old 24-08-2011, 18:48
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i bought this little lot last week on ebay winning bid £5 postage £3.50
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Old 24-08-2011, 21:01
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i use a side winder mines the clip on type,a few of my fishiing mates,use them all use a a feeder rod with the side winder,and most of those have a quiver
,such as my drennan carp method feeder,my map parobolic or my preston carbon active, i,ve use side winder on all of those rods
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Old 25-08-2011, 12:05
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I still use washing up liquid bottle tops. I find the yellow ones catch more fish than the red ones.
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