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  1. Thread: The red stuff.

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    Re: The red stuff.

    After looking around it's proving tricky to find much information regarding Robin Red.
    If it's so secret they can keep what they have, its a bait colour for Gods sake. I've never been one to swallow...
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    Re: Fishing method you are unlikely to pursue

    Two methods, bow fishing and spear gun. Wouldn't do either.
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    Re: Storing made-up whips on the bank

    I use loops of twisted pole elastic.
  4. Thread: Float making.

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    Re: Float making.

    The ones in the picture look a little gay for my liking.
    I never use paint on my dodgers, just a couple of coats of hard as nails, black the tip off with marker pen.
    Peacock and sikanda reed don't...
  5. Thread: The red stuff.

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    Re: The red stuff.

    Difficult to find information regarding the dangers of Robin Red if indeed there are any.
    I'm beginning to wonder is it worth the bother. At the moment it smacks of homework. I thought I'd finished...
  6. Thread: Winning Ways

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    Re: Winning Ways

    I very rarely view any fishing videos/film or clips.
    I haven't seen any of the series you mention. I do know Jamie Hughes and Andy May are two of the very best at their game. A fiver a shot for a...
  7. Thread: Float making.

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    Re: Float making.

    I know what I mean, rough is the perfect adjective.
    My floats do what I want but look truly rough. I only use peacock or sikanda reed with cane tips.
    I know my attempts are all one handed but I...
  8. Thread: Float making.

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    Re: Float making.

    d.owens your couple of attempts sort of echo my own wagglers.
    I could source some ebay float bits and make a few up. I prefer my own efforts.
    I'm sure the fish haven't noticed yet how rough my...
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    Re: What is Traditional Angling?

    Traditional, you're having a laugh.
    No such thing. OK, you see some using old substandard out dated tackle. I know it's their choice, I could understand if they were using lines and floats/hooks of...
  10. Thread: The red stuff.

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    Re: The red stuff.

    An interesting thought.
    I'm thinking now, is it worth the bother for a few fish.
    A little more investigation I think.
  11. Thread: The red stuff.

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    Re: The red stuff.

    I seem to be giving all my spare time to this topic. I can't make my mind up whether to believe what I have read regarding how good Robin Red is or if it's all guff.
    I know I'm a little late with my...
  12. Thread: The red stuff.

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    Re: The red stuff.

    It appears very popular, especially the pellets.
    My thinking was more for the RR powder than the normal shop bought treated products. I had the idea that the colour was the thing that attracted the...
  13. Thread: The red stuff.

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    The red stuff.

    OK for ever since I've fished commercials I've noticed additives on tackle shop shelves.
    I'm not saying they weren't there when I fished natural venues, mostly rivers or canals. It's more like I...
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    Re: That Ebay bug strikes again

    Amazes me too, why would you not just buy new. I've never sold any tackle I've bought, I certainly haven't bought a second hand rod or reel. Mind you when I finish with a rod it's very near unusable....
  15. Thread: Float making.

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    Re: Float making.

    Hey up.
    Excellent post with hand made floats, not the ebay kit specials that are nothing more than self assembled tripe.
    I await your next offering.
    I've cut my tackle to a minimum but still...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    Well the casters survived, they lasted pretty well in the pellet pump. A breath of fresh air every day to prevent them from dying and they were quite fresh looking.
    Had my day tormenting roach, not...
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    Re: Worm hunting tips?

    Come to think of it the last I bought were 6quid for 25 big lobs, not 6 for a 1/4 kilo.
  18. Thread: Striking fish?

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    Re: Striking fish?

    Perhaps one of the worst terms for hooking fish the "strike"
    Generally it's no more than a firm lift.
    It all depends on distance and the amount of slack line to pick up. I see it has nothing more...
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    Re: Worm hunting tips?

    I'm far from capable to catch my own, tackle shop has them in their fridge. Last I bought were three years ago, If I remember right they were 6 quid for 1/4 a kilo.
  20. Thread: Striking fish?

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    Re: Striking fish?

    Up every time for me. I don't fish with fixed wagglers, I prefer to strike the line through the float.
    Pole fishing is a lift straight up. Stick floats are out for me, rivers are not my
    Feeder or...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    After my foray fishing for Skimmers, I fancied a day fishing for Roach.
    That all ended with a no go, my wife's arthritis flared up and fishing was put on the back burner for a time.
    The casters I...
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    Re: All change yet again.

    Ha Ha.
    Calm down whitty,
    Thata reyt un.
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    Re: Korum Hooks problems

    If you are really finding it too difficult to tie a quick stop to an hair then use a band for hard baits, put the band on the bait and hook the band. Soft baits hook the bait.
    Which model were the...
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    Re: All change yet again.

    Not really much you can do about a cold. keep warm and wait it out.
    Fishing will still be there when you feel better.
    I'm stuck at home at the moment. My wife is struggling with arthritis, she has...
  25. Thread: The Kiss

    by rayner
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    Re: The Kiss

    Nope never kissed a fish, snogged some ugly women in my younger days mind you. Something to do with booze and other things.
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