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    Re: Accessory chair.

    Mike, the any chair accessories have been covered. I checked if I could tighten the elastic under the seat of my JRC chair, too tight for me to handle, so a new chair it is.


    To alter the legs...
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    Re: Accessory chair.

    Mike, I have an aluminium table that pushes together, then pushes apart. Made by Lonsdale. It's really the best piece of kit I own. I've had it for almost 40 years. It shows signs of age but no wear...
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    Re: Accessory chair.

    Mike transporting my box is not the problem, the weight is causing me concern. We are all getting older, the problem is for my wife to load the box into the boot. My box incorporates a set of wheels,...
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    Re: Accessory chair.

    The JRC chair I have is not firm enough in the seat, that coupled with legs that are a little too short makes it a bit of a pain for me to stand up. I perhaps need a shop that has them in stock for...
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    Accessory chair.

    The time has come for me to ditch my seat box, I'm thinking I need to bite the bullet and buy myself an accessory chair. My box is far too heavy for my wife to manage, I give her what help I can,...
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    Re: Angling, The never ending Journey

    It appears my fishing experience is similar to that of John keane, apart from the fluff flinging that is.
  7. Thread: Ground bait

    by rayner
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    Re: Ground bait

    For roach I use Silver x roach super black. It's a nice biscuit smelling gb with seeds. I only use it from spring, colder months I prefer liquidised bread and punch. I don't bother with gb for tench,...
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    Re: FREE gift when you join the Angling Trust

    Perhaps 10 quid will not pay administrations wages, I think a bigger enticement than a free gift will be needed to tempt anglers with a similar mindset to me.
  9. Re: cormorants destroying fish stocks natural waters

    My terrorist creature remark was not meant to be a serious statement, it was metaphoric. Much like a quip.
    If you don't think they are a real menace I can live with that, they are to me. I'll...
  10. Re: cormorants destroying fish stocks natural waters

    Not sure the best way to tackle the problem but a cull is badly needed, one way or another they have to go.
    It's about time this nambi pambi way of dealing with these terrorist creatures was sorted...
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    Re: Old tip for retrieving hook from trees.

    I was once gifted a brass ring for freeing pole rigs from reeds and vegetation, stops the risk of pole floats flying dangerously back after stretching the elastic. Slide the ring over the rig then...
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    Re: If you target a certain species of fish.....

    It's clear to me the folk who frequent where I fish have no affinity with any particular species other than carp. To be honest neither do I these days.
    So long as a fish grabs my bait is enough for...
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    Re: Waterway wanderers permit

    Rich66 is bang on with his reference to riperian owner. You pay the riperian owner to fish from his land. Not sure about the fish being anyones property.
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    Re: If you target a certain species of fish.....

    Talking of big catches of tench, I used to fish a pond close to Worksop that held tench. My best tench catch was 9 fish to 5.5lb, I considered that a big catch. That was in the days before the...
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    Re: If you target a certain species of fish.....

    Different species, anything does me, even a 1oz roach when I'm bread punch fishing. If it were possible stick would be king.
    Size has never bothered me, if bigger fish come along I'm OK with the odd...
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    by rayner
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    Re: lead wire

    Can't say the fish are bigger, it's just a better way of bomb fishing to my mind. One things for sure you get more bites before the fish back off.
    By the way the 8 and 10 above are grams.
  17. Thread: lead wire

    by rayner
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    Re: lead wire

    I use 8 and 10 olivettes for light bomb fishing, they give the impression to me that they are like a pellet splash on the water. Unlike a big splashing bomb.
  18. Thread: Whip fish size?

    by rayner
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    Re: Whip fish size?

    The whips I'm using are Maver stealth 2, 3 and 4 meter, about 20 year old. Not that expensive, around 120 quid for the three. My memory is not so good but I doubt they would have been much more...
  19. Thread: Whip fish size?

    by rayner
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    Re: Whip fish size?

    I appear to be more than a little precious with my whip fishing. Whereas I refuse to fish over 4mtr, always with a flick tip, never with lines thicker than .10 with hook length limit of .08, plus...
  20. Thread: Whip fish size?

    by rayner
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    Re: Whip fish size?

    If fish generally silver fish go to over 6-8oz my whips go away and I change to pole with elastic.
    My thoughts on whip fishing is with a flick tip light lines. Stretching it with tackle is never a...
  21. Thread: lead wire

    by rayner
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    Re: lead wire

    Thanks everyone for your help.
    I am going to see Billy Clarke, he's only about 8 or so miles from my home.
    Thanks Chris.
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    Re: lead wire

    That's a very good impression of my floats. negates the rock hard shot. Solder may be the way to go,
  23. Thread: lead wire

    by rayner
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    lead wire

    Looking for lead wire,
    I'm struggling to find lead wire, I use it to load wagglers to avoid using none toxic shot.
    I prefer to use float stops and no8s to no10s lead shot.
    I can get fly tying...
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    Re: Drop shotting rods

    I have a FOX RAGE finesse rod and a 500 reel loaded with braid.
    I'm unable to use it because the water I fish doesn't allow me to use it. It is for sale. If interested message me.
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    Re: Stewed wheat

    We used to call it cracked wheat, in my opinion wheat works far better if it has split. It goes a sort of fluffy. I used to know an old guy that preferred his wheat soft but not split, he had the...
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