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  1. Thread: Graham Marsden

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    Re: Graham Marsden

    Do you mean Graham Marsden from Leeds,the sex offender,if so it's a different guy,our Graham lives in Stoke...
  2. Thread: Graham Marsden

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    Re: Graham Marsden

    For what,his part in the infamous 'barbel wars',lol?

    Seriously though,I can't imagine so,some here would be in the know more though,I certainly hope not,a really nice fella and I hope all is well...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    Cracking roach Philip,I take it that animal is a coypu???
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    Re: Tackle made in the UK

    I have a Penrose frame/trolley which I'm pretty darn sure is made in this country,apart from that I don't really know,I have two Harrison rods,but don't know if they are entirely sourced in the...
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    Re: Chub Catching Methods

    In winter and a normal river,breadflake with liquidised bread in a small cage feeder,if float fishing mashed bread is best.
  6. Thread: Vintage tackle

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    Re: Vintage tackle

    I take it that has reference to a certain 'weirdoh'????
  7. Thread: Vintage tackle

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    Re: Vintage tackle

    Fishing is losing its popularity,not many kids that were introduced to fishing continue into adulthood,therefore the demand for vintage tackle will wane,there will always be weirdos who put gear in...
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    Re: The cost of your fishing.

    I've been to Bedford this morning,£3.50 for a pint of red maggots(I bought 2pts),£8.50 for a match pack of dendras,luckily that will last a couple of sessions at least,otherwise I'd get a slapped...
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    Re: Which head torch

    I use a head torch to rebait,retackle,or pack up,then walk back to the car,as it's too dangerous due to my inordinate skill for putting my feet in holes,or uneven ground...
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    Re: Tackle shop mark up on boilies

    The tackle dealer has to feed his family on our trade,when I was working I saw invoices(in fact sometimes I passed them to customers),they made a fortune on many of my jobs,until the owner passed...
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    Re: The cost of your fishing.

    Bloody predictive tablet,lol....couldn't predict a cold,every time I post chub,it wants to put chug,WTF!!!I

    When I posted 'post' it put lost,grrrr,so what starts as a quick scan through FM ends up...
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    Re: The cost of your fishing.

    Fishing is,or can be a lot cheaper than watching your football team every week and you are not limited to ninety minutes,my clubs cost £60 and £50,the first being a concetionary ticket,if I lived in...
  13. Re: Winter fishing - tactics and info on what the actual Fish do in the worser weathe

    Don't fish the Ivel then Alex,when we used to fish the Trent in its hayday,a gallon of bronze,or 6 pints of caster,in the summer,in winter you would carry 4pints wouldnt expect to use 2,let's be...
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    Re: Bargains. Let us know.

    Knickers,knackers,knockers....

    Right,I've put line on them,the line lay isn't that good,but.....
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    Re: Bargains. Let us know.

    These cheap reels have come,look amazing for the £5.99 each,maybe they will call apart,who knows,I would post a picture,but am totally useless,if someone pm's their mobile I'll text a piccy over...
  16. Re: Winter fishing - tactics and info on what the actual Fish do in the worser weathe

    In essence fishing(particularly float fishing)is about creating competition for your bait by feeding,in winter as Simon says feed needs to be reduced to create said competition,at times feeding one...
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    Re: Ever fallen out with the hooks you use.

    I play chub pretty hard Alex,these days I use 5.5lb silstar for that reason,I quite like the side tape hooks,one issue I do have is the size 20's have a small spade and 5.5lb tends to pull off the...
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    Re: How local is local

    And mine Mark,though beyond our cash limits though,I would need to put around £100,000 grand on top of my house value,which would leave us severely depleted....;) Nay,shafted in retirement...
  19. Thread: Favourite bird?

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    Re: Favourite bird?

    I've never seen one either,I wonder if the normal food of the coal tit has thinner out earlier due to weather conditions this year.

    How come you can write tit and not ****,shaking head emoji...
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    Re: Three Island lake Stewkely.....?

    It used to be similar,carp stock wise,a few years since I've been there though and things change,the car park is a similar level to the lake and just behind a hedge,so no mountain boat stuff on...
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    Re: How local is local

    Circumstances always hinder our plans Steve...
  22. Thread: Favourite bird?

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    Re: Favourite bird?

    I went and picked up a sack of sunflower hearts for my wife's aunt and grabbed around four kilos of Micros up for myself last week,dropped them off as she was out and a couple of days later she...
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    Re: Three Island lake Stewkely.....?

    It's me again,yes I've fished it once,very nice fishery,it's biggest problem to me is it's absolutely stuffed with carp(and smallish rudd),I had one tench and around thirty carp,it's what rocks your...
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    Re: How local is local

    I think a move is in order mate:),my old mate in Christcurch has the Throop a few hundred yards away,so is 5/15 minutes away depending on traffic from the Royalty and tidal Stour,the sea is just a...
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    Re: Ever fallen out with the hooks you use.

    I find the Drennan red maggot hook the same,people I know love them for chub and I know Simon uses them,I find them soft(I've had several straighten whilst distorting fish and I mean straighten),plus...
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