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    Default Re: Okuma Aventa VT1002 Centrepin or Greys Bewick Centrepin

    Quote Originally Posted by tigger View Post
    Kev.....no secret method bud .. I don't really bat a reel, I can't see batting it doing it any good to be honest and it doesn't give a fast retreive anyhow. They way I retreive a long trott isn't uncommon but it's difficult to explaine.
    I'll ask Mike for a description. With diagrams.

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    Default Re: Okuma Aventa VT1002 Centrepin or Greys Bewick Centrepin

    Kev it's a blur even in slow motion! As I have already said Ian defies the laws of physics! Ian could bat for England!!!!

    I'll tell you all about it Kev when next we speak!!

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    Default Re: Okuma Aventa VT1002 Centrepin or Greys Bewick Centrepin

    Lol, you men are dafter than me

    We'll meet up one day and i'll show you, it's really nothing special, really it's not!

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    Default Re: Okuma Aventa VT1002 Centrepin or Greys Bewick Centrepin

    Come on,wtf do you do Ian,you must be able to give a rough description????

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    Default Re: Okuma Aventa VT1002 Centrepin or Greys Bewick Centrepin

    He is far too modest ! In one fluid motion he pulls in the line using a 180 degree movement of the rod from the tip pointing at the float to pointing in the opposite direction . The slack line is then retrieved onto the reel by a a series of flicks /bats on the pin drum! This may be repeated dependant on the length of the trot!

    It's poetry in motion!

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    Default Re: Okuma Aventa VT1002 Centrepin or Greys Bewick Centrepin

    Quote Originally Posted by mikench View Post
    He is far too modest ! In one fluid motion he pulls in the line using a 180 degree movement of the rod from the tip pointing at the float to pointing in the opposite direction . The slack line is then retrieved onto the reel by a a series of flicks /bats on the pin drum! This may be repeated dependant on the length of the trot!

    It's poetry in motion!

    So you did take notice then .

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    Default Re: Okuma Aventa VT1002 Centrepin or Greys Bewick Centrepin

    I really did Ian! Just need to put it into practice now!!

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    Default Re: Okuma Aventa VT1002 Centrepin or Greys Bewick Centrepin

    Mayhap this technique could be demonstrated at the next prince albert open day on the 9th of June...

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    Default Re: Okuma Aventa VT1002 Centrepin or Greys Bewick Centrepin

    Sold the Greys.

    Sent from my SM-G960F using Tapatalk

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    Default Re: Okuma Aventa VT1002 Centrepin or Greys Bewick Centrepin

    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Roe View Post
    Mayhap this technique could be demonstrated at the next prince albert open day on the 9th of June...
    If anyone knows it, it would deff'o be you Alan.

    How's it hangin' cockle .
    I noticed you have been doing a bit of salty fishing, and doing pretty damn good n'all !

    Your bike ride looked great, maybe try it on one without an engine next time .

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