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  1. Thread: Bivvy Heaters

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    Bivvy Heaters

    Unlike my 'lightmates' i wanna keep on fishing through the winter so, among other things, i got me a Bivvy Heater. It runs of a butane cartridge. However, one of my mates reckons that they kill...
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    thankee all most kindly for the advice!

    thankee all most kindly for the advice!
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    Several thoughts have sprung to mind reading...

    Several thoughts have sprung to mind reading these posts! Firstly, i've realised that what i actually do, is set my baitrunners tension to suit me! think about it! I never did before! (I have now,...
  4. Thread: boilies

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    Excellent point MarkTodd!!! only... now i have to...

    Excellent point MarkTodd!!! only... now i have to think real hard about even more stuff!! aaarrrrggggghhhhhhh! .. ... .... bring it on! Whats one more headache among many! ;p
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    Fishing in france!

    Hi all! I've somehow agreed to join a group of undoubtedly sound fellas on a week long fishing trip to france next march. Lac Desire is the venue i believe. Could anyone who has fished in france...
  6. Thread: Thorpe Lea

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    I'ts looking likely that i'll be fishing at...

    I'ts looking likely that i'll be fishing at Thorpe Lea in a few weeks also! :) I know there's a good head of fish there so, even though it's getting colder, is it a good idea to put out a good bit of...
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    I bought a set of the Gardner ATTs a while ago...

    I bought a set of the Gardner ATTs a while ago now. Absolutely pucker bit of kit!!!
  8. Thread: Furnace Lakes

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    Furnace Lakes

    Hi all!
    I am going to fish at Furnace Lakes with some mates in a few weeks. Has anyone fished there before and could give me some heads up on the site? Am thinking of fishing the newer 'plantation'...
  9. Thread: Is it Justified

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    I really can't imagine that a lack of sensitivity...

    I really can't imagine that a lack of sensitivity would be an issue for any commonly available alarm you could buy. Allthough perhaps if you fish in strong currents then oversensitivity might easily...
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    Thats odd! I pumped mine up at the petrol station...

    Thats odd! I pumped mine up at the petrol station no problem. Tho i had to press the button to let the machine know the tyre was completely flat. perhaps that was the problem?
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    I bought one of them. It is a good barrow, but it...

    I bought one of them. It is a good barrow, but it has one or two problems. A minor one is that it's very flat and your gear tends to slide about on it, so you have to lash it down well. Because it's...
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    I like to fish with slack lines when i can so i...

    I like to fish with slack lines when i can so i used to use light bobbins with light cords. On one particularly hard take however, the bobbin slapped into the rod and then wrapped itself half a dozen...
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    My abiding impression was that of an eager young...

    My abiding impression was that of an eager young angler fishing in what is patently a disheartening backwater. I personally found it quite uplifting in that despite of what i assumed his general...
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    Has anyone tried the ATTs? They look like a nice...

    Has anyone tried the ATTs? They look like a nice idea. You can also just buy the receiver and little dongles that will fit most alarms and make them wireless too. They any good?
  15. Thread: snell? knot

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    Thanks guys :)

    Thanks guys :)
  16. Thread: Thorpe Lea

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    Well it's taken a while longer than I had hoped,...

    Well it's taken a while longer than I had hoped, but I've finally made it to the bank! I'm all set up and sitting in my bivvy as I write this! YES!!!
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    Nice idea! A small arma mesh bag of it on the...

    Nice idea! A small arma mesh bag of it on the hooklink should work. I haven't tried it, but i'm fairly sure it could also be easily kneeded into a paste to wrap around the hook and bait to add extra...
  18. Thread: snell? knot

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    snell? knot

    Does anyone here know of a good guide to tieing this snell knot? I have watched a few videos and am more confused after than before!?
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    I read a book by Paul Selman, I think it was...

    I read a book by Paul Selman, I think it was him?, and he reckoned that after hemp, groats were the next best parti? never seen or heard of them tho. ??
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    Making your own baits,

    I really like the idea of making up my own baits - boilies actually, but it's a really daunting prospect. I really don't know where to begin! There's so much stuff out there that it just knots up my...
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    Carp can see in both infra-red and ultraviolet,...

    Carp can see in both infra-red and ultraviolet, and in low light conditions too; and apparently Pink is the last colour from the spectrum to dissapear underwater! (How do they know these things?!)...
  22. Thread: Carp anglers?

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    Lord's i hope not They're boring with them! :wh

    Lord's i hope not They're boring with them! :wh
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    I have read many times that the adoption of the...

    I have read many times that the adoption of the hair rig is unquestionably the single greatest development in angling in living memory. At the time it was believed to be so effective because it...
  24. Thread: Carp anglers?

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    I'm trying to think of the name of a famous...

    I'm trying to think of the name of a famous bream, or tench, or a roach, in fact of any species! Benson's demise was front page news of The Times, and many other publications worldwide! And I'm sure...
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    I suspect that the answer will vary from place to...

    I suspect that the answer will vary from place to place and on the prevailing conditions. If you find that you're missing bites, or hooking in the scissors etc, then adjusting the length of your hair...
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