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    Re: One for the rod detectives

    Your offers are appreciated, just found one on the bay but many thanks.
    S63.
    I take it you're not a Yorkshireman lol !
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    Re: Dead cow's and strap leads

    I still use them from x to x Pete when on the Trent myself.
    Like you I don't see them these day but if O do I'll send you the fone number of the dealer.
    In emergencies I either fit strip lead that...
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    Re: Silstar rods

    Silstar were, If I remember, advocated by Ian Heaps .
    They made a very sought after quivertip back in the day that was used extensively by many Trent and Severn anglers.
    They also made a range of...
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    Re: Lesney bread press

    I was given a Lesney press as a Christmas present when I was maybe twelve or thirteen years old.
    I knew straight away it was a useless piece of junk and never used it .
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    I may be wrong but wasn't it Bob Roberts who had the input into the design of the armlock handle?
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    Re: Newark Needle Floats

    It was indeed Walt Bower Steve. Walt had a barn opposite his house where he had rigged up a testing tank that comprised of a large glass tube full of water and a selection of popular well known...
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    Re: Chesterfield Anglers!!

    As mentioned earlier try the river Rother that runs from "Chessi" all the way down to it meeting the Don at Rotherham.
    Plenty of chub in the right places as well as other fish.
    A little further on...
  8. Re: What was your first fish and where did you catch It ?

    My first were sticklebacks with a net in the early fifties but my first "proper" fish was a roach on a home made rod of cane, bent safety pin runners and pop bottle top rubbers to hold the reel on....
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    Re: How did you get on?

    Nice to meet up again Peter, our mutual friend really did justice to his task-- fished with him a few times in the past.
    Rubbed shoulders as well in the late eighties on the stillwater Chub venue ....
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    Re: All this Rain

    My Trentside spy has informed me the rivers come up again and will be difficult to fish .
    I haven't been this week but hope to go tomorrow so my plans being scuppered my new plannow is to fish a...
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    Re: All this Rain

    In fact one glimmer of optimism is that a few years ago Severn Trent built one on the tidal at Newton on Trent just like that and take water on the out going tide.
    Quick reply to this message Reply ...
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    Re: Hello - New to FM

    Hi Joe, welcome to the forum.Hope you can glean some good info from some very capable anglers here on FM.
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    Re: from Russia. Kamchatka

    Hi Dmitry, welcome to Fishing Magic.
    I look forward to hearing of your fishing adventures from so far away!!
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    Re: New record Barbel announced

    Many years ago on a Notts gravel pit I had a rather large Crucian carp on sweetcorn, it went a little over four lbs. the record at that time if I remember was a fish from a water near Kings Lynn that...
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    Re: New record Barbel announced

    How do you know its not Mick,people fib,in fact some cant stop lying,in my area there is a specimen angler who photo shops all the background out of all his trophy snaps,it must give him a lot of...
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    Re: Chub Catching Methods

    When I fished the North Yorks rivers I always had two rods set up, a float rod and a feeder.
    Always started with the float and flake that often took a chub or two then before moving went on the...
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    Re: New record Barbel announced

    Tbh I thought it was the Tidal Trent some one and a half miles below Cromwell weir. Almost an identical background locally.
    Glad it's not tho, plenty of time for the BB record to end up coming from...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    Never mind Peter, we'll see and hear of lots being caught at the Lincoln do later this month from our mutual friend and star of the show.
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    Re: How did you get on?

    I set off this morning hoping for a chub or to from my Trent tributary.
    A bucket of bread mash and a few slices of semi stale bread for hookbait along with some cubes of luncheon meat that I forgot...
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    Re: New record Barbel announced

    (Hopefully caught from a big river or the circus will come to town.
    steve 2 quote)
    Like a rash Steve2!
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    Re: New record Barbel announced

    I'm tempted to say a stretch of the river Trent, but I suppose it will all be revealed in the Christmas edition of the Angling times !
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    Re: One for the liittle people

    Looks nice!
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    Re: Favourite winter perch method

    A free running ledger rig with an air injected lobworm in the depths of a hard cold winter and on the right water a simple maggot/s falling gently thro the water column under a float following some...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    Three trips out for a total of one hours fishing!
    Enough I thought, so this morning Car loaded I set off to have a look at the Trent, not to fish, just look and believe me-- it's bad.
    I had a run...
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    Re: Vintage tackle

    The only "vintage" item of tackle I use these days is a tiny chubber float I made when I was in my teens.
    Another seven years and my old optonics will also qualify!
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