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    Re: Decathlon,what a rubbish outlet...

    Now that I'm back in Uk, something interesting I've noticed compared to the D4 stores in Brussels are the brands. The fishing section here (which is too small BTW) has branded groundbait or luggage...
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    Re: Bait used in sea fishing

    It's cool to be able to do shore fishing. I spent many summers in Brittany, following shoals of mackerel, sea bass, mullet, pout or targeting the biggest labrus.
    Two successful baits were nereid...
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    Re: fishing reel

    The only time I've fished salmon was in Ireland.
    Spent only 2 days but caught all of them using light equipment, in order to keep very mobile. I mainly used the Rapala Original Sinking and Husky...
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    Re: BIG PERCH Challenge lX....

    Good idea.
    If my spine decides that I may walk a bit, I'll definitely give a try.
    Yesterday, I had a walk along the Oxford's Thames, and the only fish that I have seen was perch. A lot of them....
  5. Re: Best lures and spinners for perch and pike

    There are lures for pike, lures for perch. Then, there are soft lures, hard lures, flies. Then, softs for texas rigs, softs for carolina rigs, softs for palette rigs, etc etc etc Or hards for...
  6. Thread: Thank you!

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    Re: Thank you!

    Adding last week's pictures.

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  7. Thread: Thank you!

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    Thank you!

    Hi guys,

    I wanted to thank Stillwater, John k, John s., Peter, Whitty who took the time to advise me on how to improve my feeder rigs and bait choices. This proved to be sooo helpful.

    Over the...
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    Re: Coarse fishing in Brittany

    Hi JC,
    I was grown in Brittany, in the Concarneau region, the Blavet is known but other rivers are potentially more reliable in terms of results.
    Both North and South Brittany are fantastic...
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    Re: Decathlon,what a rubbish outlet...

    Decathlon, or "D4" in France, this is a mixed opinion for me.
    They hugely contributed to sport outreach in France, Belgium, Spain...

    Hugely successful... and so agressive to small businesses.
    My...
  10. Re: Can you help me choose the right hook bait (feeder fishing)?

    Thanks very much for the respective advice.



    I shall say I'm using "bream" and "roach" to cover several species. Those canals contain a mixture of common bream, silver bream, roach and rudd....
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    Re: Always worth a look!

    Interesting journey indeed. This is the season where the fisherman's eyes stick to the countryside especially when on a train back home. After all yiu still have many hours to keep busy!

    When i...
  12. Re: Can you help me choose the right hook bait (feeder fishing)?

    At the moment it's on the canals in belgium. The fishing pressure is very low and species are all natural.

    Back in oxford, it will be normally natural venues, river Thames and all its backstreams...
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    Re: Choosing an inline cage

    Got several sizes & weights of ICS pellet feeders on the way, from Total fishing tackle. Now a few days of painful wait....
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    Re: Total Fishing Tackle - CHEATS!

    I've ordered from Total Fishing Tackle (on their website) and have been quite happy with them - 24 hour delivery from Uk to Belgium, better choice and faster than any Belgian company. Their stock is...
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    Re: Choosing an inline cage

    Thank you guys.

    I'll look at both options, plastic cage and helicopter rigs.
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    Re: inline cage feeder

    Just found it in a recent "Improve your coarse fishing mag"! I will try. That's so many feeder rigs. Even seen a helicopter method feeder rig :rolleyes:
  17. Can you help me choose the right hook bait (feeder fishing)?

    Good afternoon,

    I wonder if some kind soul would help me choose the right bait to use, this is mainly for bream and roach. The good soul(s) could well get a tasty belgian beer on my return to Uk...
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    Re: Choosing an inline cage

    Yes it's very heavy and for me even difficult to cast. But at the moment I fish large deep canals and the current moves anything lighter.
    With the lighter models (20, 30 gr I suppose) I will fish my...
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    Re: Choosing an inline cage

    Ok thanks Whitty. So do you mean something like an inline pellet feeder?
    The other day while I was at decathlon I saw this one:
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    Re: Frozen deadbaits

    For zander, pike and perch indifferently, I have used sprat. Smelt works fantastic on pike but is delicate.

    I have found that sprat must be bought as fresh as possible and then frozen asap.
    As I...
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    Re: barbel/zander

    Hi MVW,
    At the time I was fishing for zander (a lot, on the Oxford canal in the north), I mainly relied on wobbling dead bait on my own rigs which are based on the classical drachkovitch rig. I used...
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    Recovering thanks to fishing

    I'm sharing my modest experience of how fishing is helping me with physical recovery. And since it's all about learning a new fishing technique and spinal health improvement, it goes to Beginners and...
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    Re: Hi from Brussels

    Ahahah! You're funny!
    I don't know about the "European citizenship" but I'm sure I'll keep fishing with whoever is a good man and it doesn't matter where he/she will come from! Lots of British...
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    Choosing an inline cage

    Hi,
    I haven't been feeder fishing for too long, but I'm quite interested in trying an inline feeder as an alternative to a method. I love the simplicity of free running inline method rigs, and I...
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    Re: inline cage feeder

    I've discovered the existence of an inline cage feeder while looking through this post!

    It's been a while since Tony opened this thread but I hope you still fish your Flemish canals...

    As I'm...
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