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    Re: Website trickery or what

    As an aside we had a week's holiday in Warwick last year (strictly no fishing tackle!). However I could not resist a visit to Baileys and I must say I was impressed with a good , old-fashioned and...
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    Re: Barbel fishing on the River Ribble - discuss

    At last, a 3.5lb Ribble barbel caught on maggot feeder with 12 roach, to 15oz, plus 5 nice dace in an enjoyable short afternoon sesssion.
    Fred is a happy bunny.
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    Re: Ribble: River Ribble Fishing Reports

    Let's relaunch this juggernaut !!!!
    Only managed one trip to the Ribble so far this season. It was high and not particularly handsome. Only had a light float rod with me so that I could catch loads...
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    Re: Barbel fishing on the River Ribble - discuss

    Well I really seem to have started something here don't I? Please everyone stop bickering with one another and save your energy for our MUAACF Environment Agency. The Angling Trust to be fair have...
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    Re: Barbel fishing on the River Ribble - discuss

    Thank you all for taking the time to express your opinions. Maybe since the early days of cormorant predation on the Ribble anglers like me are looking for an apocalyse to explain why we are not...
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    Barbel fishing on the River Ribble - discuss

    It is now 18 months since I last caught a Ribble barbel. The foremost reason for this is that I don't fish that often these days and probably the second is that most of my trips are early morning to...
  7. Thread: Cage Feeders

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    Re: Cage Feeders

    Forgot to add that the River Ribble is for the most part a swimfeeder consuming monster (in my experience) so therefore you need items that will take some hammer.
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    Re: Cage Feeders

    Interesting - a few years ago I always used Drennan feeders in particular the oval blockends for sessions on the Ribble. Suddenly I started getting all the problems highlighted above and judging by...
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    Re: MAP Dave Harrell HT Match Rod 14ft

    A few years back at one of these Fishing Shows I talked myself into buying a MAP 17ft float rod - it was just too good a bargain to miss wasn't it? First trip out on the Ribble trotting for dace and...
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    Re: Eating freshwater fish

    I did once have a perch circa 1lb grilled and it was excellent. However.............
    The last fish I caught and deliberately killed to be eaten was a hapless jack pike of about 3lb taken circa 45...
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    Re: 66 Years Ago Today

    Yes, I'd say that was the prevailing attitude to carp back then but as I type this probably hundreds of carp are being caught at commercial, and other, fisheries up and down the UK! Dick Walker was...
  12. Thread: Maggots

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    Re: Maggots

    Have found that River Ribble fish seem to prefer red maggots over other colours. Maybe this is because more red maggots than others go into the river ie a self-fulfilling prophesy.
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    Re: Brief encounter with......

    You've rumbled me!
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    Brief encounter with......

    ....my childhood.
    I was lucky enough to spend some of my formative years living in a house that overlooks what is still my favourite stretch of the River Ribble. Back then, from mid 1950's to early...
  15. Thread: Skimmers

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    Re: Skimmers

    A few years back when I ran matches for a local club "Fred" skimmers gained some notoriety. The piece de resistance was when my 3 Fred skimmers beat the next peg who had 5 "bream". I seem to recall...
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    Re: Environment Agency

    Afraid that I concluded a good few years back when the EA constantly buried their heads in the sand re the cormorant problem that they are as much use as the proverbial chocolate fireguard. What is...
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    Re: Cleaning your flask.

    Yes good old bicarb. of soda. It's cheap, easily available so why bother with anything else. Oh nearly forgot to say it works.
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    Re: Preston/Fylde area coarse fishing

    Hi Steve
    I'm a long time RADAC member and I also live in Lytham. There isn't much coarse fishing in the immediate Lytham area so RADAC is a good bet. Small correction to what somebody said above,...
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    Re: No bites - stay in the same swim or move?

    Not doing much barbel fishing these days but when I was a (fairly) frequent visitor to the Ribble say 15 to 10 years ago I found that provided I was in a swim with some barbel form you could go...
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    Re: Swing tip rod

    IMHO Shakespeare gear is brilliant value for money. Yes, I do prefer my Tricast rods but I have caught quite a few barbel on 2 Shakespeare feeder rods that cost £80 total.
    I have to add that this...
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    Re: Kids

    IMHO kids who are out fishing are no bother at all.
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    Re: Hook Choice

    I'm a bit surprised that nobody else has mentioned Kamasan Animal. They suit me
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    Re: Brilo

    Think I was lucky enough to buy one of the last Brilo boxes
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    Re: Ribble: River Ribble Fishing Reports

    May I come in on this one. My club, which rents several stretches on the Lower Ribble, has a strict no-publicity rule. This is because we have 3 times in the past had catches from our stretches...
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    Re: Rod License In Scotland

    couldn't agree more
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