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    Re: ''A whimper or a bang''

    I'm hoping for a BANG. :D
    Was out yesterday on a small river, plenty of gravel/river bed movement, trees down or branches trailing in the water. Pools filling in and others bigger. One part, 4...
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    Re: A bit of a dilemma

    Go for the best warranty. Hardy and Greys have come in for some stick. Though personally, I have Hardy and Greys rods. Had to send 2 Greys back but no problems with warranty. The problem with fly...
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    Re: Reel advice.

    Where are you planning on fishing Slap?
    Solid enough reels Beaulite/JW Young. I have one of each for salmon, not used much but there if I decided to go. :rolleyes: The biggest problem will be...
  4. Re: Unique video about of fish food.

    Cheers for sharing that Vlad. :thumbs:
  5. Re: Serious cold weather footwear.

    These pelts would work better if the polar bears are left alive. :D

    I'm trying Heat Holder Socks. Thick and fluffy but don't know if they'll last.
    I have sealskinz gloves, not warm and not...
  6. Re: Can anyone recommend a good reel..

    I do prefer rear drag reels, most mine are Shimanos. Do have exage 2500, 3000 and 4000. Front drag I use for spinning but do prefer the rear drag, the 3000 has double handle which again I prefere. ...
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    Re: Cold Hands and Toes ?

    Asprin thins the blood as been siad. The thin blood going through loads of small capilaries cools very quickly, hence heat loss and cold hands. Don't do the alcohol bit, that thns the blood as well...
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    Re: Fly tying kit

    Looks okay M'Lud. Probably made in India about right price wise.
    You have the vice with 2 sets of jaws (don't now how long they'll last), bobbin holder, bobbin threader, 2 sizes of hackle pliers,...
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    Re: Fly tying kit

    The trouble with tying kits is they put in materials that you may never use. Plus the materials can be low quality.
    Best to decide which flies you use most, find their pattern/materials and buy just...
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    Re: Badger-ed

    Back to classic Mr Perkins.
    Nice one Kevin.
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    Re: Waders

    I have a pair of Scierra chest, stocking foot breathable waders. Into my 4th year now and no problems. DON'T go for the Scierra boots.
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    Re: Fishing on a motorbike

    Small trailer attached to back of bike.
  13. Re: Your Rod Recommendations Please

    I'll vouch for the Shimano aerocast rods. Have several of their spinning rods and a 14ft match for trotting. Not used it for trotting for barbel though but very light with the option of a softer...
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    Re: OAPs Fishing

    I'm not an OAP yet:D, fortunately, or the reverse, I have to work weekends, this gives me time of during the week, quieter fishing. There are some venues that I will go to even at weekends. Price is...
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    Re: Baitrunner reel advice please!

    I do like Shimano reels, have 2 baitrunners 5000 size. Despite this, I also have a couple of Okuma Interceptors 4000 size and no problem whatsoever apart from some silver paint coming off the front...
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    Re: Worse rod you've owned

    12ft 2 piece JRC 2.5 lb carp rod. Caught one fish, mirror of about 10 lb. Had no control over the fish WHATSOEVER. No backbone to the rod and it bent in all directions. Took me an age to get that...
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    Re: Dendrobena Worms

    Good all round worms. Ask for some of the soil (worm casts), great additive in ground bait.
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    Re: A Wild Day on Malham Tarn

    Nice write up Sean.
    Fished the Tarn once myself with the wife. Great day out, though quite some years ago. Fast sinking wet line with Daddies did the trick that day, though not by me and the wife....
  19. Re: From a pleasure anglers perspective...

    I'm more simple :D, I just hope that the day is enjoyable and any fish caught are a bonus.:guinness:
  20. Re: Wet Flies - Your Recommendations

    raf1870, traditional wet flies include Kate Mclaren, Butcher and Bloody Butcher, Black Phennel, Mallard & Claret, Peter Ross, Williams and Bloody Williams, Invicta, Whickhams Fancy, Green Peter,...
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    Re: Sinking Line

    Maxima. Fluoro okay just make sure you use the correct knots, never had a problem myself with it. As others have said, any line will still treating after a while.
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    Re: Canals

    Depends on where abouts on L to L canal. Some places have unusaul speicies due to hot water pipes/outlets. Warm water all year round.
    I remember a guy catching brown trout in my local canal.
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    Re: new/old man

    Welcome Frank. If the gear is fine and still works, then use it. It's only materials and action of rods that is different, most are stiffer now though lighter.
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    Re: Back in the swim

    Try Shaw Anglers, cheep as chips and no Tarty tackle required.:D
    Look up Ogden res, day tickets available.
    Stakehill near Middleton, Slattocks area, part of Middleton Anglers. I believe now doing...
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    Re: The Real Mick Brown...

    A true gent of angling. Well posted Dicky.
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