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    Re: Daiwa Ivan Marks Lightning wanted

    Pm for you
  2. Thread: Hair rigs

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    Re: Hair rigs

    I tie using soft braid, a hair loop followed by a simple knotless knot.
    I used to use a sliding ring as a blowback rig but it has now evolved to have the hook pass through the braid so it works just...
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    Re: My local river in flood.

    Ribble levels...
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  4. Thread: Dubbin

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    Re: Dubbin

    Look for a product called Leder Gris, its 70% wax and 30% oil and is highly recommended by the outdoors and mountain types.
    I have used it on my boots and its very nice.6316
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    Re: Bargains. Let us know.

    The loctite suerglue with the brush applicator is a great option.

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  6. Thread: Wader sealant

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    Re: Wader sealant

    If you cant locate the holes then you must be using neoprene waders.
    They are prone to getting tiny holes frm brambes and thorns or the seams come apart.
    Get some decent vinyl ones and they easy to...
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    Re: Bargains. Let us know.

    The tf gear compact commercial 10' 2.5lb rod, item number TFG-COMP-004 is now on special offer at Chapmans Angling for £25...
    I went into go outdoors to buy one for £30 with my discount card and...
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    Re: Best Lubricant for Centrepin?

    Id agree that sewing machine oil is the way to go.
    I didnt have any to hand when i got my new pin stripped to remove the swarfy bits so i improvised and used some 3 in 1 spray oil, sprayed into a...
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    Re: Mid range alarms

    Although there is a volume control on the s5 isn't really that loud, the s5r is a PROPER volume control.
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    Re: Mid range alarms

    i use the nash s5 alarms when barbel fishing and they are spot on, and also use the nash s5r when im carping.

    both are excellent alarms with great battery life, the s5 isnt very loud but suits my...
  11. Thread: Cork repair?

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    Re: Cork repair?

    RodDancer Pit Paste - Other Rod Treatments, Sealers & fillers etc - Rod Varnish, Epoxy & Glues
  12. Thread: Cork repair?

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    Re: Cork repair?

    Rod dancer pit paste from guides and banks will do a great cork repair, did my old harrisons with it and they looked brand new.6067
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    Re: Barbel fishing on the River Ribble - discuss

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    Re: Barbel fishing on the River Ribble - discuss

    Fish farmer on facebook posted pics of wheelbarrows full of dead carp all 5-10lbs that had died from cormorant inflicted wounds.
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    Re: Barbel fishing on the River Ribble - discuss

    Cormorant | A tasty mouthful ! | charlie.syme | Flickr
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    Re: Barbel fishing on the River Ribble - discuss

    Tigger is certainly overflowing with testosterone...
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    Re: Barbel fishing on the River Ribble - discuss

    Whatever sweetheart.
    A well known angler and lake manager has had his young stock decimated by cormorants. The fish of 3lb and below were eaten, and many bigger fish were slashed and ripped so badly...
  18. Re: Landing net handles with a tipping section.

    I would suggest just getting a prologic quick release connector.
    I use one on my barbel net and it allows quick and easy breakdown for travel and taking a fish to the unhooking mat, and also...
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    Re: Barbel fishing on the River Ribble - discuss

    Cormorant easily taking a chunky carp of about 3lb, so a chub woud be no problem.


    https://m.facebook.com/story/graphql_permalink/?graphql_id=UzpfSTEwMDAwNjMwODAxMjkyMjpWSzozMTMwMD ...
  20. Re: Reel for an occasional carper and barbel chasing

    do not get the new ST model, they are rubbish, if you want new spend a bit more and get the DL.

    good second hand shimanos are a good option. the 5000 size is smaller, better with the...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    they are the small fox pellet pegs.

    a few other pics that i wasnt able to add due to forum limits.

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    Re: How did you get on?

    yesterday was my first barbel trip of the season, we have had some rain and its slightly freshened the water.
    i have really been missing getting on the river.
    i was driving down the motorway trying...
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    Re: Bargains. Let us know.

    it'd look good on a keyring.

    or maybe for this guy...

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    Re: Best Rear Drag Big River Barbel Reel?

    Daniel, i use a aero 6010 for my barbel fishing on the ribble and find the drag just fine.
    What rod and mainline are you using?
    It could be that a more pokey/tippy rod isnt as forgiving so you...
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    Re: Squeeky Chair

    If you undo the elastic and rub a candle along the material where it would fold over and come into contact with the chair frame it will act as a lubridant and prevent bumsqueek.
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