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    Match rods light?

    Does the fact that Daiwa don't seem to make a out and out 13' Match rod (right now) for modest hook-links reflect the lack of River and silver fish fishing in matches. It seems their rods are rated...
  2. Thread: Big Roach.

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    Re: Big Roach.

    8983Philip. Are you 100% sure those fish are roach, and not the French species like this one?
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    Re: Progold monofilament

    [QUOTE=mikench;1526156]I don't understand this product. It's popular and highly rated but almost impossible to get hold of.

    I like it including the colour and have some in varying bs. I thought I...
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    Re: Progold monofilament

    Its a nice float fishing line too. I've got some 3lb and 4lb stick and wagglers, its a bit thick (like floatfish or Bayer) but very strong. Nice line and available from Birmingham angling if my...
  5. Thread: Big Roach.

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    Re: Big Roach.

    I've been following closely the Wye big roach revival, and how they catch them. Someone mentioned that maybe we don't fish exclusive enough for them, and that seems right to me. The Trent has...
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    Re: I treated myself!

    Steve, will you frame it?
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    Re: New season targets and objectives

    Problem is Steve species clash don't they? When you want to be on the bank fishing for those big perch, the pike are calling? Or those big roach late season, those pike are at their biggest too....
  8. Thread: Knots?

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    Re: Knots?

    Playing devils advocate now, the loop to loop does twist up, and it's two knots? I cannot see why cutting a bit of line off each end and re-tying the 2 turn water knot is a problem. You just push the...
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    Re: Daiwa TDR DIFFERENCE?

    Thank you Sam.
  10. Thread: Knots?

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    Knots?

    Guys.

    I watched for the first time yesterday an old video by Dave Harrell, wagger and stick float fishing, very good and still current. What interested me was he recommended a two turn water knot...
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    Re: Go on, treat yourself!

    More than say a Daiwa TDR 2500.
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    Re: Go on, treat yourself!

    You won't like it as much as the thought of it Peter. The fishing in France sucks, unless you're a carp nut, but best wishes anyway buddy. Richard.
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    Re: Go on, treat yourself!

    I brought myself a full refurbished Mitchell Match auto Steve. Did I need it, no, but most of the gear I buy I really don't need to be 100% honest.
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    Daiwa TDR DIFFERENCE?

    Anyone know the difference between the TDR A and TDR AD please?

    Thanks Rich.
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    Re: Bruce & Walker Hexagraph

    Sounds a very sensible plan.
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    Re: Bruce & Walker Hexagraph

    Steve, did this one work out or not?
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    Re: When we return to fishing...

    Steve.

    When you think about it fishing has mostly been a solitary hobby, and I cannot see why it would not work if it was opened again shortly. No-one wantS to catch this bloody virus, it seems...
  18. Thread: Whats best?

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    Whats best?

    I'd like to use some aniseed this year in my maggots and groundbait. Sensas do a litre plastic bottle, that would be very diluted I'd guess? Of there is oil about the same price, but I'm genuinely...
  19. Thread: Dace

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    Re: Dace

    I watched this some time ago Kev, thought the river was too slow for this method even though he caught well enough. I just cannot get behind the wheel of long whips or poles. short whips are great...
  20. Thread: Dace

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    Re: Dace

    Thats a big Perch, what size would you guess?
  21. Re: Barbless hooks just drop out if left in fish....

    We'll done you, that fish will be much better off now, and will recover. I still carry some antiseptic from my carp days in the bag for such fish. Cannot conceive of using barbed hooks anymore, maybe...
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    Re: Clutch or backwind

    WHY SPEND ALL THAT MONEY, on a reel with gears and fine clutches, only not use them? You may as well buy a reel simply to store line, Oh yea! a centrepin sure now you're talking. I was taught to set...
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    Re: Stick floats on winders

    Agree Trotter. Also unless you try something, you can never know and can only surmise what it might be like? If its good enough for the very top match boys, it cannot be too bad an idea.
    I see they...
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    Re: Stick floats on winders

    Rich12 is spot on the weak link is the hook-link.

    I've started doing it because I don't know where I will fish when I leave home. I may need a 6x4s or 10x4s, if they are rigged up then it saves me...
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    Re: East Anglia & river Nene

    The Trent is only an hour away, come on up and have some fun.
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