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  1. Thread: Feeder rod

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    Re: Feeder rod

    Does anyone have a Browning Silverlite Pro feeder rod? Being a traditionalist I prefer a cork handle to duplon so this looks a nicer rod( aesthetically speaking) to the Spheres.
  2. Thread: pole info

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    Re: pole info

    And Dr Mark should know.:whoo::hippie::thumb:

    When I was at Uni pulling had an entirely different meaning
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    Re: New Lure Fishing Book

    Holiday reading is all :) I bought it specially .
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    Re: New Lure Fishing Book

    It's in my bag to take to France tomorrow where it shall be read cover to cover by the pool:cool:
  5. Thread: Seat Box

    by mikench
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    Re: Seat Box

    Oi you, get back to the studying:rolleyes: maybe seatboxes are part of your PhD Mark as they go well with Poles.:thumbs::fish2:
  6. Thread: Back to FM

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    Re: Back to FM

    Welcome back. You will be in good company here.
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    Re: A soggy day at Boddington ressie....

    Well done to you all.
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    Re: Method feeder tips

    I would, a waterproof one.:rolleyes:
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    Re: Largemouth bass

    Looks a lovely lake and warm weather. The lad was very competent :)
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    Re: Method feeder tips

    It grieves me to say that whilst useless at most things piscatorial, preparing micros has never presented a problem. I add just enough water to make them damp stirring thoroughly with a spoon. I then...
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    Re: Tonbridge sortsground, Medway river.

    He was and im sure still is a very nice chap.
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    Re: Tonbridge sortsground, Medway river.

    Stuart used to post on here as Thamesmudlarker.
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    Re: What is Traditional Angling?

    Some very good and thought provoking posts there and that Aknib fella looks to be a half decent recruit to the forum.:rolleyes:

    I really enjoy my fishing forays despite even being fairly useless...
  14. Thread: Float making.

    by mikench
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    Re: Float making.

    Don't worry you are in the presence of a master craftsman and how many of would dare to take their handmade floats to a riverbank in an ornate and velvet lined box!:rolleyes:
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    Re: How did you get on?

    I think those pike need a talking to Kev.:rolleyes:
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    Re: That Ebay bug strikes again

    I'll go with you to Goodison John.
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    Re: How did you get on?

    As today was likely to be my last chance for some course fishing until mid November, I decided to chance the weather and go. The trouble with getting to know a venue owner on a personal and...
  18. Thread: Bait Aprons

    by mikench
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    Re: Bait Aprons

    This; ESP Bait Pouch - Stalker

    I have a thin cloth sensas one and as I have an aversion to wading beyond a foot in depth they haven't had much use. The ESP one does work well.
  19. Thread: The red stuff.

    by mikench
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    Re: The red stuff.

    I've not used the liquid but have had success( modest of course) with the 6, 8 and 12 m pellets. Anecdotally there are a few waters where they are very popular with all species. A few months ago I...
  20. Thread: Float making.

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    Re: Float making.

    Welcome back indeed Steve. Such a return merits a tumultuous applause and greeting imo.
  21. Thread: Float making.

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    Re: Float making.

    I feel like a double meat puri.:rolleyes:
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    Re: Bargains. Let us know.

    A result John. :)
  23. Thread: Float making.

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    Re: Float making.

    What a truly marvellous post full of sound advice, stunning pics, absolutely fantastic floats, superb Hardy conquest reels and all combined in an artistic melange which we haven't seen before, well...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    I had a few hours on my favourite venue and spent a good part chatting with members. For reasons I cannot fathom I was often asked what tactics to adopt , the best swims and baits- as if I had a...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    I have read about it John and it's a disgrace. It reckons it catches pelagic fish from midwater and doesn't disturb the sea bed. It's hardly surprising fish stocks are low.
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