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    Re: Northern Angling Show

    I decided not to go to the Northern Show last year as quite a few exhibitors would not be there and would only be at the Southern Show. Luckily My wife and I were visiting friends down south so I was...
  2. Thread: Waggler

    by Terry D
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    Re: Waggler

    Pellet waggler rods are generally designed for carp fishing on commercials and as such they tend to have a softer through action with the power closer to the butt. ‘Normal’ waggler rods have much of...
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    Re: Closed-face Reels

    My 1044s are my go to reels for stick and waggler fishing. Still going strong and ever so simple, both in use and build. As for big fish, a friend of mine used to regulary leger for carp in the 3 -...
  4. Re: Totally new! Would love some advice please :-)

    Log onto the Angling Trust's website and look for a coach in your area. It will be money well spent and you should get info on what to buy and what not to buy as well as learning the basics on your...
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    Re: advice : deep hooked fish

    Also use a Slammo disgorger. I wouldn't be without one for deep hooked fish, especially eels.
  6. Thread: Stotz

    by Terry D
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    Re: Stotz

    For years all I've ever used for shot or Stotz is a pair of styl pliars with the lever removed. That way it is very easy to feel how much pressure you are applying as you are squeezing with your...
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    Re: Musings on float rods

    I have the Daiwa Conny Z Tommy Pickering stick and waggler rods, which I've had for a good 20 years. I've not found much to want me give up the Conny Z wagglers which I bought at a good discount for...
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    Re: Hartlepool Boats

    Many thanks coooky, much appreciated.
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    Hartlepool Boats

    Can anyone recommend any boats out of Hartlepool please. Just moved back up north after 40 years on the south coast and need a good cod trip.
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    Re: Whats in your Flask ?

    If it's the hip flask, then 50/50 Vodka and Tia Maria - very moorish!
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    Re: Have you ever owned the perfect rod?

    For me and float fishing, it's my Tommy Pickering Daiwa Connoisseur Z 13ft Waggler rod, made perfect by changing the sliding reel fittings for a screw-down Fuji reel seat.
    Simmilarly I love the...
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    Re: Shakespeare Tackle Query

    I found a Bionic rod on eBay going for £35, but absolutely nothing anywhere on the web about the reel. Anyone out there got any old Shakespeare tackle catalogues with info in? Any feedback very much...
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    Re: Shakespeare Tackle Query

    No price as he doesn't know what they're worth, so I'm just trying to find out more about them.
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    Shakespeare Tackle Query

    Can anyone please help. I've been offered a Shakespeare Quartz Lite 2926 reel and a Shakespeare Bionic 30-50lb (1431.050) boat rod. Are these any good and what is a reasonable price to pay. I've been...
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    Re: wanted closed face reel

    How much do you want to spend? I have a well used ABU 1044 in good nick for £20 or a brand new only used once ABU 706 in its case for £40. Postage is about £5 unless you're near Teesside or I'm...
  16. Thread: Game Changers

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    Re: Game Changers

    It has to be the match man hooktyer for me. I'd really struggle having to go back to tying hooks by hand.
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    Re: Want a Fishing Magic cap?

    Two Irish anglers were boat fishing on the River Nile when they floated past a crocodile on the bank with a head hanging out of its mouth. Mick said to Paddy "Did you see that flash 'bast**d' with a...
  18. Thread: stoz

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    Re: stoz

    I put mine on with styl pliers. I've removed the lever and squeeze the tips together like tweezers using just finger pressure. That way I can feel how tightly I've squeezed the shot on.
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    Re: Odd jobs

    I've been painting etc. for the last few months as we have to put the house on the market soon prior to moving back up north. Not wet a line for 3 months so far which is unheard of for me, so really...
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    Re: How many float rods ?

    More than I can ever use! I keep meaning to sell some on but just haven't got round to it yet.
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    Re: keeping worms on the hook

    Nick the hook through the worm and slide the worm up the line by about 2 inches. Pass the hook back through the worm and then add a small shot to the line about an inch or so above the hook. The worm...
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    Re: Isle of Wight lakes

    TRy here: Isle of Wight Coarse Fishing Venues .
    There's a club with some match lakes I fished a few years ago but don't know the name or whether it exists any more so search the web for more info.
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    Re: My Adcock Stanton Centrepin

    You could contact the new website: Adcock Stanton - Hand Built Centrepin Fishing Reels
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    Re: March 2015 Caption Competition

    I wouldn't say the potholes are big in Thailand but......
  25. Re: Do you remember your first of a particular species?

    First trout and roach at Charlton Ponds in Billingham, approx 1968.
    First tench at Carlton Minniot Lake near Thirsk railway station 1969.
    First gudgeon from River Tees at Yarm 1969.
    First eel from...
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