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    Re: Setting yourself a challenge.

    Are you honestly asking that? As an angler who catches fish with a hook? Come on. Leave it out.
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    Re: Setting yourself a challenge.

    I take that this is obviously something you are passionate about, but guys come on. Point made, and as for being so dramatic as trying to throw someone in the water I think we’re being a bit extreme....
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    Re: Setting yourself a challenge.

    Wow, someone must have rattled your cage today. Valid point and I will endeavour to bring a carrier bag with me in future. I hope you have a nice day and enjoy your weekend. Thankyou for commenting.
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    Setting yourself a challenge.

    Have a nice day and enjoy your weekend.
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    Catching Squid.

    Here’s a quick vid on how I like to fish for squid and the rigs/lures I use.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPaaTfcAWoE
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    Great mixed shore session

    My little girl and I had a great session from the shore the other day. Adapting to the situation and mixing things up a bit brought us some cracking fishing. I managed a brilliant PB and the good old...
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    Re: Highlights of your fishing in 2018?

    The two hook float rig? I use a twisted boom blood loop if that makes sense? And usually only have a snood of a few inches. Depending on what I’m targeting I usually make it around 2-3ft long and...
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    Re: Highlights of your fishing in 2018?

    Thankyou, I hope they’ve been useful to you. I’ve had a few jacks on my travels. They really do go for it don’t they!!!
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    Re: Highlights of your fishing in 2018?

    Those are some cracking fish. Anyone would be very happy with any of those. I bet the Trevalle went like a missile!! I am a little envious of the barbel. I’ve never had a good one, only small stocked...
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    Re: Highlights of your fishing in 2018?

    I grew up in a seaside town and have always managed to find myself near the sea, for the brief period I spent living in a city inland I really did not enjoy it. So much so that I know I will never go...
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    Re: Highlights of your fishing in 2018?

    You should mix it up a bit mate. These are just the fish that made the final edit. The possibilities are endless. :D
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    Winter shore fishing

    Here is a vid from a recent shore session with my little girl. We fished a local rock mark and had some nice fish. I explain all our baits, rigs and methods. Hopefully some good hints and tips in...
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    Highlights of your fishing in 2018?

    What were your fishing highlights of 2018? New species? New PB? Red letter day?

    Here are a few of my fishing highlights from 2018. Lets hope 2019 is as productive!!!

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    Re: Hi there lads, new to the forum

    I was fishing out off Falmouth in south west Cornwall.
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    Re: Hi there lads, new to the forum

    I have recently done a basic lure fishing vid and have caught a few bass on lures in other vids but nothing specifically for bass on lures. It’s not really something I do very much. I don’t very...
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    Re: Hi there lads, new to the forum

    Cool. In my previous life I was into mechanical engineering in the Navy.
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    Re: Hi there lads, new to the forum

    Thank god for that, I half thought Id get some gender fluid loony saying Id offended them. :P
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    Re: Hi there lads, new to the forum

    Hi Chrissh, good to meet you. it says you're and engineer? Can I ask which type?
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    As with any travel rod, one of the setbacks is also one of the main benefits. I can say from experience that this rod can fit in hand luggage and weighs next to nothing. The spigots will fail...
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    Re: Sea fishing - Boat and shore

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xouZBl7iSGU
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    Re: Sea fishing - Boat and shore

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pe5OPTu2J1w
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    Sea fishing - Boat and shore

    Hi lads, new to the forum and thought I'd share some of what I know. I am an avid saltwater angler and have started doing educational youtube videos from my various fishing adventures. I share these...
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    Re: lobster pots

    As Chrissh has said, that is more of a holiday makers crab catcher trap. The link he has given is spot on aswel. I will say though your choices need to be made taking into account wether used from...
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    Re: i need help with pier fishing

    Now then Zubby, I'm free for a crack if you want to ask any questions. I do a bit of shore fishing from beaches, rocks and piers. There are loads of variables to take into account, for instance - sea...
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    Re: Crimps

    I don't know if Im a little behind the curve, but I have only used double barrel crimps for heavy mono or heavy wire - like for my shark traces. 49 strand 300lb stuff etc. When making tippets for...
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