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    Re: Are you still buyiny tackle?

    I have just received 4 new fly lines for some of my reels together with backing line and some leader materials.

    I ordered them online (unusually for me) and yesterday I ordered some additional fly...
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    Re: Lockdown effect on fishing ?

    Will an enforced shutdown of fishing have any effect greater than that which was an annual event prior to the Close Season being abolished on still waters and some canals?


    We had that...
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    Re: Can we.......

    Under the 2020 Act individual fines of up to £1000 are permissable as is the power for the police to forcibly remove people to a place of safety . . . .

    The Bill provides for some far-reaching...
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    Re: Can we.......

    Currently the police can only "request" that people fishing pack up and go home.

    That will change by Thursday when the Emergency Powers Bill receives Royal Assent and then quite large fines will...
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    Re: Morale booster

    Hello Mike,

    I had to delete the entire post as it was not possible to delete just the one photo.

    Probably best to remake the post with the two allowable pictures.

    tight lines,

    Peter
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    Re: Can we.......

    With the exception of one FM event years ago I have never fished in the close season, and I don’t start my trout fishing until July either so it won’t bother me at all.

    That has always been my...
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    Re: Swingtipping

    It was a very popular method in the early days of the big Danish lakes matches, but was superseded by the butt swinger that was much quicker to set when the bites were coming thick and fast.

    There...
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    Re: Hello glendy

    Hello and Welcome to FishingMagic
  9. Thread: Hello

    by Peter Jacobs
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    Re: Hello

    Hello, and welcome to FishingMagic
  10. Thread: Dace

    by Peter Jacobs
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    Re: Dace

    There are still few decent dace swims on the Hampshire Avon around Downton, typically in the 10 to 14 ounce range.

    Trotting for dace on a summer evening used to be lovely eay to spend a few...
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    Re: Single most expensive item of tackle

    I will refrain from being too specific as I think one of my ex-wives looks in here on occasion.

    Suffice to say you can look up the cost of a Barder Merlin online ;)

    My Milo 10-10 pole when I...
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    Re: Tackle maintenance

    I remember oiling keep nets and back then the local tackle shop had a pervasive aroma of linseed oil and ammonia from the gentles.
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    Re: Tackle maintenance

    After every trip rods and reels are dried and cleaned and if necessary oiled as well. My nets are rinsed and hung up to dry outside.

    Rig items that have been used are replaced and a general tidy...
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    Re: The good ol' days of fishing

    I'm not sure who is credited with the saying that, "nostalgia ain't what it used to be" but personally, I think he or she, was wrong.

    While the fishing landscape is constantly changing it doesn't...
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    Re: Very big float!

    Mark, the Fishing Gazette was a weekly publication that covered sea, coarse and game fishing with weekly results from around the country and was inaugurated in 1877 (date needs checking)

    It was...
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    Re: Very big float!

    The three rotund floats are Fishing Gazette style pike bungs.

    They will I’ll look great for a rub down and repaint.
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    Re: Old Newbie !

    Hello Paul and Welcome to FishingMagic
  18. Re: What type of fishing are you really bad at?

    For myself it has to be sea fishing. I used to go on monthly trips with my first father-in-law but was never any good at it. It made no difference if we fished from a boat or the shore it just never...
  19. Re: Desparate to get out for a session but they've issued ANOTHER flood warning in my

    Looking at the forecast for the next few days it seems we are in for yet anther named storm . . . this one being . . . Jorge . . . the third named storm this month . . .

    Third storm in a month to...
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    Re: Who fancies a day at Boddington ..?

    If I'm in the country then I'd be up for that . . . . have to let you know nearer the date
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    Re: Fresh start

    Hello Andy and Welcome to FishingMagic.

    While many of the current vogue methods might seem a little daunting just remember that the methods you used in the past will STILL catch fish.

    A decent...
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    Re: Anyone fishing?

    Gary, I was sorry to read of your wife's problems and wish you both all the best.
  23. Thread: Loop knot

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    Re: Loop knot

    I always wet all knots, even loops.

    The danger is that a dry knot on tightening can "burn" and thereby weaken the line.
  24. Re: if you could fish ANYWHERE in the world for 2 weeks???

    This thread was started in 2008 and there are some lovely reminders of a few of the past members reading back.

    I was very fortunate in my working career as it took me all over the world so I got...
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    Re: Anyone fishing?

    Absolutely not due to rising levels and the cold.

    The Hampshire Avon was rising fast earlier so it is really not a safe thing to do right now.
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