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    Re: How did you get on?

    Nice fish and an especially nice Boxer. I do like Boxers with a docked tail.
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    Re: Weighing in my landing net?

    Get both and try both. You need at least 2 landing nets and Poles imo.
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    Re: Weighing in my landing net?

    The Korum adaptor has been modified over the years and is now smaller. The original did fail on me when I landed a 25lb common. It simply split and the net fell off. Korum replaced it and advised...
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    Re: Prawns, cockles and mussels

    I'll have a look for frozen cockles in my local Sainsbury's. I prefer to use ordinary prawns rather than king prawns. I had a can of smoked mussels with me once but ate them myself; I was transported...
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    Re: Weighing in my landing net?

    I do the same and use either Korum or Prologic quick change adaptors. I know the weight of my landing net which i always, in my head, round up to the nearest quarter pound to allow for water. After...
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    Prawns, cockles and mussels

    I have had success with prawns on some waters but not all the time and total failure on others. Mussels come of the hook or hair quite easily and I haven't caught consistently. I have never caught on...
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    Re: Shotting for a stick float

    Surely a 5g float will need 5g to make it cock?
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    Re: How did you get on?

    Well I returned to Chernobyl and whilst Tigger was invited , he declined blaming car trouble.:rolleyes: He is a wise man.

    This was the scene.

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    It looks perfect and I was very optimistic...
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    Re: All this was going to the tip!

    The tip's loss is your gain! Well done. you have a lot of gear there which you can use, appreciate and in due course when you gain experience, perhaps improve on.
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    Re: How did you get on?

    And that's what they do. I remember fishing off our boat and catching over 200 mackerel in a few hours. We gave everybody loads on our caravan site. The boat took hours to clean with guts, scales and...
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    Re: All this was going to the tip!

    Well worth having. The tubes will always come in handy.:) if the reels feel ok then give them a clean and a lubrication then respool with sensor( a bulk spool is cheap) and give them a try
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    Re: How did you get on?

    I always found 6 mackerel caught on feathers quite a handful particularly on light Tackle. A unique experience. Lovely pics John as usual. The estate lake looks stunning. I plan to go to Chernobyl(...
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    Can you believe Keith that I have one of those but never used it. The question I now have is where is it?
  14. Using tackle in slightly unusual situations

    I think I have virtually every type of tackle and tend to use them ,if at all, as intended. I do not have a rod pod and don't want one. I do have a twin head rest bar on a bankstick with a feeder...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    Great posts Lakhyaman as usual with lovely pics. They were worth the wait. Those Catla look a real handful and I bet they do pull back. Your set up looks delightful and I'm fàscinated by the...
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    Re: Shotting for a stick float

    Like most of the B lies many refugees think the streets of the Uk are p@ved with gold and that they are better off here. Even the French are puzzled by the desire to cross the channel. I’d rather...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    Some great posts and pics there particularly those from Rob; cracking mullet Rob well done.

    Back to the comfort zone and familiar territory today for a few hours.

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    It was a little quiet...
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    My caramel and strawberry sac juice arrived today and I will put them to good use next time out. Thanks Chris for the speedy delivery and the complimentary supplies, itbis most appreciated.

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    Re: Shotting for a stick float

    I'm still practicing John and I have a lot to learn. Tomorrow is another day and likely to be a more familiar one:)

    I forgot to add that the flow today was very gentle and barely enough to get my...
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    Re: Shotting for a stick float

    I used a spaghetti jar in the end . I used a 6x 4 stick float which sank until I removed 2 of the size 4 shot. I cannot understand why.
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    Re: How did you get on?

    Gordon and I went river fishing today on the Dane. Whilst it was chilly early on before it was light, it soon warmed up considerably as the sun shone.

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    We trudged up and down the length...
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    Re: New Lure Fishing Book

    I'm sure i will Neil.:)
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    Re: Fishing seat/chairs.

    It could be well be worth the wait. I'll be interested to see what changes have been made.
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    Re: Shotting for a stick float

    Tigger is a fine exponent of the art of trotting and his success speaks for itself.
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    I'm not into neoprene.
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