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  1. Thread: Flat floats.

    by ian g
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    Re: Flat floats.

    I have a Cralusso Surf float , being a bit of a sucker for a gimmick .As Sam says they take some practice to master and feel odd when you do catch something , never really had the patience .
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    Re: Auto-Renewing April 1st Licences

    same for me , it's not really worth the bother .
  3. Thread: Can we.......

    by ian g
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    Re: Can we.......

    Spot on Paul , have a look where I live , Whixall Shropshire we've been socially isolated for years:D , the canal is just over the field from me but I have no plans to fish it until the ban is...
  4. Thread: Swingtipping

    by ian g
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    Re: Swingtipping

    I always enjoyed it in the right conditions , fairly shallow venue and not fishing at to long range.
  5. Thread: Morale booster

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    Re: Morale booster

    Thought exactly myself......................wish I could say that!;)
  6. Thread: Morale booster

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    Re: Morale booster

    Thanks for the post , lovely float
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    Re: Good time to buy tackle?

    Hopefully there isn't a glut of second hand stuff when the virus has gone:painkiller:
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    Re: BIG PERCH CHALLENGE IX . The results....

    Dave , spend a bit of time targeting them mate. I try fish any likely looking spot I can on my clubs stretches of the Severn , slacks , deep holes or creases . My tactics are pretty basic , I lay on...
  9. Thread: Float making.

    by ian g
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    Re: Float making.

    I bought these from Amazon



    Deco Art Amerciana Neon Acrylics, Scorching Yellow

    They do a nice orange and red as well
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    Re: Slider float fishing

    more float legering Mike , for one thing you don't really strike through the float . I would say give it a go , it's a nice way to fish especially on deeper waters
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    Re: BIG PERCH CHALLENGE IX . The results....

    It's been a tough season on the Severn for me perch fishing . One really good session , a few where I've caught but the river has been in flood most weekends since Christmas . Congratulations to...
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    Re: Slider float fishing

    I enjoy the method too as I prefer float fishing , one question do any of you use olivettes for bulk shot?
  13. Thread: Drake floats.

    by ian g
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    Re: Drake floats.

    I have a couple of the Cralusso Balsa Bolo 3 grm and 4 grm pity they don't make larger sizes but the interchangeable tips is a nice touch ,.
  14. Thread: Drake floats.

    by ian g
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    Re: Drake floats.

    I'm not sure if they are home made but my fishing mate loves them , loaded wagglers , domed stick floats ans all sorts of other types . They do look the part .
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    Re: What type of fishing are you really bad at?

    I was the same with the lures, I used to fish a mere near me that was like tap water , I'd regularly catch 20 or 30 perch and a few pike , colour in the water and I really struggle.
  16. Thread: Catapult

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    Re: Catapult

    I dis the same myself , I think after reading about it on hear
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    Re: What type of fishing are you really bad at?

    Never tried fly fishing , I inherited some gear from my cousin but have never really given it a go . I enjoy lure fishing but wouldn't claim any to be any good at , I made the mistake of catching a...
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    Re: Interesting observations whilst fishing...

    I remember as a teenager night fishing with a friend on the local canal . It was a clear still night , very quiet until we started to here a loud scrunching sound and things moving in the undergrowth...
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    Re: Most chersihed rig bit...

    I use that link leger trick when chub fishing;)
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    Re: Your earliest fishing memory

    When I was around 9 or 10 I went to a club match , not sure why . I'd only every really fished still waters with bread so it was a bit of an eye opener to fish the canal near Hurleston and use...
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    Re: Items of traditional tackle…

    I user bobbers and chubber style floats for most of my perch fishing which is mainly on the Severn . I like to fish lob worms laying on as I find perch prefer the bait stationary . I'll twitch the...
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    Re: Some inspiring viewing...

    I watched it a few weeks ago , great video and real opportunist fishing. Lovely float:)
  23. Thread: Float making.

    by ian g
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    Re: Float making.

    I managed to find one for £31 , it arrived yesterday and looks the part . I'll be in the shed on Saturday and giving it a proper work out:) , thanks for the link:thumbs:
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    Re: Angling, The never ending Journey

    Mostly fish the Severn and Vyrnwy now , used to fish the Dane a lot plus the Weaver . The Severn is my favourite , plenty to go at.
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    Re: Angling, The never ending Journey

    I started as a kid with a bit of help from my uncle who was a keen angler. No one else in my family when I was growing up but I was always interested , even when I parked it in my twenties . I fished...
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