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  1. Re: Okuma Aventa VT1002 Centrepin or Greys Bewick Centrepin

    Alls well at this end bud.... Plan to some more fishing this year assuming we keep some water in the rivers I'll catch up with you properly shortly
  2. Re: Okuma Aventa VT1002 Centrepin or Greys Bewick Centrepin

    Mayhap this technique could be demonstrated at the next prince albert open day on the 9th of June...
  3. Re: Okuma Aventa VT1002 Centrepin or Greys Bewick Centrepin

    I have both and use both and I suspect deep in the archives of this and other forums there will be reviews I have written about them both...However of the two for me the Okuma is the better all round...
  4. Thread: centerpin

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    Re: centerpin

    Neither take an Okuma Adventa pro and have done with it........ :-)
  5. Re: THE CENTRE PIN thread - everything I wanted to know but was too afraid to ask

    Hello Trotter2
    I have done a couple further North this year which were the PAA Open day at Ribchester and the Peover(Cheshire) Game fair.
    for those fortunate to live in God's own county of ...
  6. Re: THE CENTRE PIN thread - everything I wanted to know but was too afraid to ask

    I may well have mentioned this before if I have put it down to dementia ....However I am speaking and demonstrating angling with a centerpin reel at the Midlands game fair on the 20th and 21st...
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    Re: Ribble and Douglas

    The person to speak to about the Douglas is Tigger it's his home river and he is very good at extracting fish from it I would suggest you PM him tell him I sent you!
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    Re: Wallis Casting??

    Hello Mick
    Tigger has answered the question beautifully followed by the equally excellent contribution by Trotter 2. CP spools come in varying weights and quite honestly in real fishing there is...
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    Re: Wallis Casting??

    Firstly lets get over a few myths. the "Light Float Cast in the Nottingham Style" as it was entitled by FWK Wallis and nowadays known as the Wallis cast is not difficult it is easily...
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    Re: a day out swimming the stream

    Nice session there bud...Looks like I'm back on this forum under my own name again....Lord only knows how!
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    I can go with your views here Paul I feel that...

    I can go with your views here Paul I feel that angling has reached the point of being satiated with carp. Most of the waters round me here in God's own county of Lancashire seemed to have become carp...
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    I can't speak for the carp rods as I don't have...

    I can't speak for the carp rods as I don't have any of the Sonik ones but the SK4 fly rod is utterly superb a brilliant fast actioned dry fly rod and a total bargain for the price.

    The action is...
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    To be perfectly honest unless you in the top 10...

    To be perfectly honest unless you in the top 10 of europes tournement distance casters you wont notice the difference go with what you fancy
  14. Thread: Closed season

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    Now all these coarse chappies are out of the way...

    Now all these coarse chappies are out of the way it's out with the fly rod and down to the river. Up here the trout are in superb fighting order and with any sort of a hatch on they are feeding hard....
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    Keep an eye on Fleabay as Cormoran did do some...

    Keep an eye on Fleabay as Cormoran did do some very nice 25 and 30 size baitrunners that would be perfect for the job you have in mind I have one of each and they are excellent
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    Ha! It's too late now bud youv'e done it and you...

    Ha! It's too late now bud youv'e done it and you will discover that its more addictive that heroin.

    Welcome to the Dark Side Soon you'll be able to say" Keeper get those coarse types orf my...
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    I find myself with very mixed views over the...

    I find myself with very mixed views over the barbel in the Ribble the original illegal stockings were nicked from the Severn so our early barbel all had Brummie accents. Most were dumped in the river...
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    Greg Whitehead...

    <blockquote class=quoteheader>Greg Whitehead wrote (see)</blockquote><blockquote class=quote>

    I hate to break it to you Alan, but Bernard's dead, God rest his soul. </blockquote>

    Well goodness...
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    "This journal which first meets the world...

    &quot;This journal which first meets the world today,the 10th of July 1953 is for the angler.Then who is the angler?

    Is he the Yorkshireman who catches trout and grayling and salmon,and,lowerdown...
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    I know not where you live now Stephan but up here...

    I know not where you live now Stephan but up here in the North we can still have a wonderful time fishing for all manner of species on club books that have huge amounts of waters to play on and often...
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    Thank You Peter that was simply and superbly put

    Thank You Peter that was simply and superbly put
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    But not as bad as being called a birmingham City...

    But not as bad as being called a birmingham City supporter/forum/smilies/wink_smiley.gif...............Grabs tin hat and heads for the nearest bomb shelter/forum/smilies/big_smile_smiley.gif
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    I also use 5010s though the slipping clutches...

    I also use 5010s though the slipping clutches leave a lot to be desired
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    Your rod sounds ideal for the job you have in...

    Your rod sounds ideal for the job you have in mind for it
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    The Shimao Nexave 1000 RA would seem to be ideal...

    The Shimao Nexave 1000 RA would seem to be ideal they also do this size in the even cheaper ranges but this range has the nicest drag.

    Failing that there is a chap on the dreaded fleabay who does...
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