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    Re: Chub Catching Methods

    I missed this one. Very very interesting. How do you prepare the onion juice? just fresh onion in a blender?

    Also, which sort of prawn do you mean? raw or cooked? when I was fishing in Belgium...
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    Re: Chub Catching Methods

    You're absolutely right. Not the best picture.
    Anyway when you're me you always forget something... one day I forgot to take the second part of the rod...
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    Re: Chub Catching Methods

    A rod specially made for free lining or trotting a bait on a thin line. Never seen a proper translation for 'toc', probably because it's hardly used in the UK.

    They call it 'free-lining' here...
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    Re: Chub Catching Methods

    When I was able to walk as anyone, then hold a rod for 3 hours, I would always fish for chub using nymphs. Not using a fly fishing rod but a 'toc' rod.
    A beaded nymph, a series of 2 or 3 nb 4 to 8...
  5. Re: Any universal quiver tips you would recommend?

    Indeed, Ace is the top. The fisherman's Ali Baba cave. Even if the owner Tony wants to use my little one as a bait :)
    Also the owner has fished one of the biggest chub recorded to date in Oxford and...
  6. Re: Any universal quiver tips you would recommend?

    Ok thank you John.
  7. Re: Any universal quiver tips you would recommend?

    Ok I've gone through the Drenan's website, they explain the differences between tips
    They state the tips can fit on any rod of their range. If true then that would be cool. I'll see if the tackle...
  8. Re: Any universal quiver tips you would recommend?

    I will. Thank you very much for taking all this time to explain.
    while reading you I remembered that during my stay in Belgium I had purchased a rod in Germany, from "MS-Range", I could not use it...
  9. Re: Any universal quiver tips you would recommend?

    Mark, so tell me, how many rods do you have???? :rolleyes:
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    Re: Favourite winter perch method

    The texas rig and its derivatives use a texas lead, so retrieving the line is all linear. While the cochard lead has a shape which makes it to fall back in any direction. Initially, the lead itself...
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    Re: Favourite winter perch method

    Ah yes sorry, that was in french- ohlala! :)
    My modest experience shows the silicon elytras don't impede the strike. I've taken hundreds of zander with this.
    Also those tubes have the immense...
  12. Any universal quiver tips you would recommend?

    Good morning from oxford

    It's so cold... and I got bronchitis => On the forum instead of the bank!

    I'm wondering if anyone would recommend a particular make of universal quiver tips, those that...
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    Re: Favourite winter perch method

    If you love spinning then keep doing it in winter! It's even better.
    When I was able to walk-and-fish, then my favourite in winter were:

    1) wobbling deadbait, using a small sprat as a bait -...
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    Re: Floating baits on a feeder rig

    Thanks very much for the expert advice.
    A lot of things to try then.
    Yesterday I was up on the canal and tried a piece of cork on a long hair, which then hosted different hookbaits: the excellent...
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    Re: Floating baits on a feeder rig

    Isnt' it the best forum ever ;)

    All: I will try the cheese, the cork, the marshmallows, the lobworm injections... I didn't know coarse fishing could be so technical?!

    Mark: I live in the North...
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    Re: Floating baits on a feeder rig

    Good idea. The only problem for now is that I'm just learning coarse fishing, I don't know float fishing yet. But yes I understand it would be a very good approach. And perhaps it's easier to learn...
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    Re: landing net for canal lure fishing

    Yep that wasn't the cheapest net we find in gooutdoors, but I have found it to be a good investment. I remember it was a special price.

    To be clear it's designed to be carried folded, when you've...
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    Re: Floating baits on a feeder rig

    Oh thank you very much guys!
    I will try both options then. Never seen an "expander pellet" and never tried a bread crust yet!
    Thanks again.
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    Re: landing net for canal lure fishing

    I have this one that I've been using for about 2 years now. It's quite ok.

    "Street n Rock " EPUISETTE STREET & ROCK - MANCHE ISO DAIWA 410 + TETE PAFEX 50 - Des Poissons Si Grands

    It's a...
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    Floating baits on a feeder rig

    Good morning,

    From a beginner, another stupid question ;)

    So I have gone fishing on a stretch of the little Oxford canal yesterday. I know it was cold and the water was distinctly more coloured...
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    Re: Canal lure fishing-Need some advice.

    Hi Clutch,
    I second the others, no absolute need for expensive and deeply specialised gear. We all love fine equipment, but lure fishing has made a majority of brands to create excellent equipment...
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    Re: Which feeder to choose here?

    Ah thank you so much Peter. You are great.
    In fact the fist video you posted did not show when I saw your post yestersay, now it's clearer.
    Perhaps I should keep the thames for a next level... but...
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    Re: Which feeder to choose here?

    I don't understand Peter.
    If i set the feeder downstream from me, then ok there will be less pressure on the line. But that's the same pressure on the feeder? I mean the feeder will keep moving (and...
  24. Re: My first catches of barbel and good bream thanks to this forum

    That's thanks to this forum anyway! So much information!

    Mark if you ever travel back to belgium, plan a fishing trip between Namur and the border with France, good places are the river Meuse but...
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    Which feeder to choose here?

    Morning everyone,

    Yesterday I had my first feeder fishing session in the UK. I chose a stretch on the Thames north Oxford, I think it is well known - pictures attached. I tried for chub or barbel...
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