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  1. Thread: Pike fin damage

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    Pike fin damage

    I was pike fishing last week and caught three pike, two of which had fin damage on the trailing edge of the dorsal fin. Part of the fin rays were missing and the damaged ends were pink/red in colour....
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    Re: Light jig use continued

    It's interesting to read your views on the design of light jigs.

    Can you give us a few examples of the designs that are most effective for attracting fish, perhaps with photos?

    What are the...
  3. Re: Anglers, clubs and fishery managers urged to use review to get cormorants on the

    Anglers are good at complaining to each other about problems such as cormorants, pollution, abstraction. But I don't think many anglers want to take part in surveys, because it will take too much...
  4. Re: Anglers, clubs and fishery managers urged to use review to get cormorants on the

    There has been some publicity in the angling press about the Governments review of the General Licence. If a species of bird is on the licence, then their numbers can be controlled to prevent damage...
  5. Re: Fishing the River Nidd near Wetherby, North Yorks

    Thanks, I've bought a year book and ordered plans showing the access to all the fisheries which the club has.
  6. Re: Fishing the River Nidd near Wetherby, North Yorks

    Thank you for the advice, it seems worth joining. I understand that there's about 3000 yds of fishing and three car parks, which should give easy access.
  7. Fishing the River Nidd near Wetherby, North Yorks

    I'm thinking of joining the Bradford No. 1 Angling Association so I can fish its stretch of the River Nidd at Cowthorpe, near Wetherby.

    I've fished the Nidd further downstream in recent years....
  8. Thread: Carp fly freinds

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    Re: Carp fly freinds

    Which Philipstown is it, County Louth or New York State?

    I fly fish a lot for trout and grayling in a local river and a large reservoir. I can advise you on that if you like. As for fly fishing...
  9. Thread: Baitcasters

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    Re: Baitcasters

    You're right - if you normally cast with your right hand, it's better to use a baitcaster with the handle on the left hand side of the rod. This is with the rod held so that the reel and the rings...
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    Re: Single circle hooks for pike.

    Yes, Powerpro is a very good braid, I used it for many years after seeing it recommended in a magazine. Its price has recently increased relative to other braids. Last year I fancied a change so I...
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    Re: Single circle hooks for pike.

    I recommend you change from mono to braid. I changed over about 15 years ago. I use braid of about 35 lb breaking strain. Although it's expensive the advantages are:

    The breaking strain doesn't...
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    Re: Single circle hooks for pike.

    I pike fished for many years using a deadbait mounted on two treble hooks on a wire.

    Generally it is effective, apart from when a flying treble gets tangled up in the net, which often happens....
  13. Thread: New small bag

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    Re: New small bag

    I bought the Korum Daysack two years ago. It's good, the four compartments on the outside are useful because three of them have see through mesh.

    I've use it for full day sessions for chub,...
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    Re: Lidl temperature sensor

    Why would you want to measure the surface temperature?

    It's cheaper to buy an alcohol type thermometer for a few pounds, put it in your landing net and dip it in the river for a few minutes at the...
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    Re: Pilchard oil on flys and lures?

    I remember the book by Barry Atkinson. In it, didn't he say that floats should be painted a pale grey blue to blend in with the sky when a fish is directly under the float? Scientifically he's right....
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    Re: Shaving off the ounces

    Thanks for the weigths of the stealth chair and the Korum Aeronium chair, I'll look out for them.
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    Re: Shaving off the ounces

    Does any one know how much the JRC Stealth X Lo chair weighs please?

    The JRC site mentions the dimensions but not the weight.
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    Re: Shaving off the ounces

    I weigh fish in the landing net, I don't take a separate weighing net.

    I don't use a camera. I think fish are out of the water too long if photos are taken.

    I used to weigh fish with spring...
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    Re: Global warming and fish size.

    Mark, the energy used and carbon dioxide produced by vehicles are included in forecasts of climate change.

    A petrol engine pumps about 3kgs of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere when it burns one...
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    Re: Global warming and fish size.

    There's a number of factors which have caused the maximum size of many of our coarse fish species to increase. Warmer weather is one. Another one is predation by cormorants, which have reduced fish...
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    Re: Global warming and fish size.

    The world's churning out increasing amounts of carbon dioxide and we will never be able to reduce atmospheric temperatures to those experienced fifty years ago. The most we can do is try and reduce...
  22. Re: Anglers, recycling and Litter - a study! (please help a student out!) - continued

    I've completed the survey. Having read your comments above, you seem to be concentrating on disposal of nylon fishing line - yet there's only one mention of it in the survey, which is more concerned...
  23. Thread: Fishery upkeep

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    Re: Fishery upkeep

    If trees fall into the river, then depending on their position, it's usually better to leave them there rather than remove them. The reason is that the branches in the water form a good habitat for...
  24. Thread: Fishery upkeep

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    Re: Fishery upkeep

    The Environment Agency will give you advice, a few times a Fisheries Representative has visited one of the waters I fish.

    I've checked the EA and Angling Trust sites to see if there's any...
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    Re: Latex landing nets

    I use a Korum 30 inch latex net for pike fishing. I broke one after two seasons use, but there was nothing better in the wide range of nets in the tackle shop, so I bought an identical one last year....
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