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    Re: Keeping maggots in fridge ???

    As an aside to this, I have an old fridge and freezer in my outside brick store with a concrete roof, and in sunny weather it got very hot and meant they had to work hard to keep things cold or...
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    Re: How did you get on?

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    Re: How did you get on?

    Early start today, up at 4.30 car loaded and away, arrived at fishery at 5,30, car park empty and just one chap on other bank, but he lives there, very mild and just a bit of drizzle for ten minutes...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    Not the best of days, steady drizzle most of the time, just enough to wet everything not covered, was on the pond with all the weed, it’s up to the surface now and spreading, started by raking the...
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    Re: Renewing elastics, they are due.

    I usually lie them in a few inches of warm soapy water in the bath to soak for a while, and then pull a piece of cloth through from the small end, with one of the diamond eye threaders used for...
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    Bowler and Yates.

    If you have 45 minutes to spare, have a look at this, well worth a watch.

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    Re: Fishing tackle used for...

    Waders for power washing.

    Bed chair and chair in the garden and brolly for shade.

    Braid for restringing my wife’s necklace.

    Artery forceps as an extra hand, and retrieving things.
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    Re: Canadian pondweed.

    Some good ideas there Philip, I know the tench do get caught shallow as they can be seen cruising over the weed in hot weather.

    I texted the bailiff yesterday and he said I was ok to use my rake,...
  9. Thread: Simple tips.

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    Re: Simple tips.

    Noticed a few posts on securing sliding reel holders, this is what I do it’s neat and efficient with nothing sticking out either, I use a couple of rubber O rings either side of the holders as shown....
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    Re: Canadian pondweed.

    Thanks for your replies, I do have a rake, I’ll have to ask the bailiff if it’s ok to use it, I should think it will be ok, I know he has a large rake which they pull from one bank to the other when...
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    Canadian pondweed.

    A new club I’ve joined this year has a pond with lots of this in, the water is very clear and the weed is virtually all over the pond, it reaches the surface later in the year, there are lots of...
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    Re: How did you get on?

    Early start today, up at four am, car loaded etc by 4.45am, and away by five. Had to defrost windows on car before I could set off.

    As it was I didn’t need to set of early as only Neil turned up...
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    Re: Your plans for Wednesday

    Still think I’m more at risk shopping, than going fishing in the fresh air, if it’s busy I have two more ponds near, and if there busy I’ll just go home, hoping to be there at dawn so should be ok. A...
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    Re: Forum downtime this weekend

    See it’s back up and running on the salmon fishing forum, looks good photos are easy to do, and seems easy enough, should be a big improvement
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    Re: Forum downtime this weekend

    Might take more than a couple of hours, the salmon fishing forum is still offline since yesterday afternoon, while they change over. To new system.
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    Re: When we fish again

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    Last week we launched our #WhenWeFishAgain campaign - with thousands of you getting involved.
    This week #WeAreFishingAgain - with angling in England due to begin...
  17. Thread: Morale booster

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    Re: Morale booster

    This mornings walk.first a shot of the ribble at edisford just below the bridge, river is getting very low after this dry spell.
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    Had a nice walk by the river, very few people about with...
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    Re: Morale booster

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    Political support growing for end to lockdown restrictions on angling and other outdoor pursuits
    National newspaper publishes letter from four MPs
    As the government...
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    Re: When we fish again

    Probably pick my EA licence up this week, I’ve gained a month, and if boris makes a good announcement on Sunday, at least I’ll have one for when we do get out fishing again, and at pensioners prices...
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    Re: Morale booster

    That’s what I was thinking, shouldn’t be to hard to make something along those lines, getting a battery driven motor that’s slow enough would probably be the hardest part.

    A circular piece of...
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    C&F Fly Wheel | Fly Dryer | Fly Tying Accessories | Sportfish

    Something like this would be good for drying floats. you wouldn't get any runs in the paint either.
  22. Re: When We Fish Again: Jamie Cook asks anglers to write to MPs urging them to suppor

    Well that was a waste of time, did everything they asked, wrote the letter copied it, and it wouldn’t paste into the form.
    Couldn’t go back to retrieve it either.
  23. Thread: Cane Rods

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    Re: Cane Rods

    I remember the first washing machine we got on the farm, it was a twin tub, ie separate washer and spin dryer, it used to tie the washing in knots, and we had to put wedges under the front to stop it...
  24. Thread: Cane Rods

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    Re: Cane Rods

    I have a few one I do use is an Edgar Sealey Rover, use it float fishing fairly close in for Roach and skimmers with a pin, I do seem to hook and land more with this rod, I’ve even had carp to about...
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    Re: Go on, treat yourself!

    Didn’t think I really needed any new tackle, but I watched a video on utube last night, and there was a chap unboxing and showing one of the new Preston response margin poles.

    I really liked the...
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