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  1. Re: Where will you go and what Tackle will you use when........

    There always were thousands of students on bikes. I have a superb book called Oxford Replanned published in 1947 with all the traffic figures at a time when someone wanted to drastically replan the...
  2. Re: Where will you go and what Tackle will you use when........

    In the days when the car works at Cowley and elsewhere employed over 30,000 in Oxford the number of cyclists coming out of the factory at shift change was something else. Dells used to have a tackle...
  3. Re: Why not have lure fishing at Farmoor reservoir?

    This question is entirely down to those managing Farmoor Reservoir; the rest of us have no say in their management of their waters. If you want to fish Farmoor stick to their rules, when in Rome etc.
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    Re: Clutch or backwind

    As I still use Mitchell Matches I use a mixture of the drag and backwinding. They don't spin out of control if you let go of the handle and when I'm using 1.5lb mainline I set the drag light so that...
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    Somewhere in France....
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    Dawn on the Thames at Medley
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    Re: Stick floats on winders

    Stick float!!!!!??????
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    Re: Stick floats on winders

    saying about walks; Clifton Hampden on the Thames, late 80s, had no access further down. When entire length was pegged 3.2 miles to end peg. I drew the flier which was 2miles and as the flier needed...
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    re: Are you still buying new tackle?

    I'm holding off the Sphere; can't justify it for one swim that might not be available in the future due to possibility of all the land being sold - doesn't mean I'm not tempted but more likely to...
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    re: Are you still buying new tackle?

    Really, really tempted to buy a Sphere river rod 13'6" yesterday.......

    Do need to sort out my poles with new elastic; probably got the elastic I need to do it.
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    Re: Stick floats on winders

    My hemp and tare fishing is either with 2 to 3BB wagglers with just a couple of no. 10s down the line or home-made sticks that take from 3 to 5 no. 6 shot so not many shot. The days of shotting up a...
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    Dorset Frome roach swim at dusk
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    re: Are you still buying new tackle?

    I went into my local tackle shop 10 days ago and, apart from some maggots that are now keeping a pair of robins in food, spent £30 on hooks, groundbait and olivettes as a gesture of support. I just...
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    Re: Stick floats on winders

    Exactly that for me though I'm only pleasure fishing these days. I no long rig stick floats up with 20 no. 8s, only using 6 to 8 shot of whatever size does the job.
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    Not my biggest but over 6lbs and a cracker:

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    A truly enormous seatrout at West Bay:

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    So you think you're strong?
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    Where I last fished.
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    One of Graham Marsden's pics when we did the book on pole fishing:
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    Re: How did you get on?

    I did wonder if you'd been inspired by my post on MD, now I'm certain.
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    Re: Swingtipping

    I bought a very light action Silstar swingtip rod in the mid 80s then realised I really need a purpose-built quivertip rod so bought a Daiwa Cavalier 11ft quivertip rod. Still got both rods, and...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    I was glad to get out on Sunday on a comparatively busy old clay pit - nine of us fishing but plenty of room. The swim I'd fished the previous two days was in use so I trekked to the other side and...
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    Tranquility:
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  25. Thread: Dace

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    Re: Dace

    Before the black death dace stocks were phenomenal in my local rivers; I grew up catching big bags of dace on the Frome and Piddle with the upstream migrations from the lower tidal reaches forming...
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