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  1. 2 points
    welder

    "Decent" barbless hooks????

    The French fishery I'm on this June has a barbless rule, too. These hooks look ideally suited, I'll get some. Thanks. Ian.
  2. 2 points
    Carpbell_ll

    Your favourite capture

    That must hurt a bit stand out commons like that one are getting rare in most modern lakes, don't think we have had much of a problem with the Os in this part of the midlands, think i might of seen one on canal pool a few years back but it could of been a mink. Few of my favs, had all three of these beauties one early summer evening on pine pool, my favourite time of the year to be out, Even the mozzies were getting in the pics lol
  3. 2 points
    yonny

    Cromwell Lake Fishery

    Essential on any water that it dude..... but.... you can give yourself a head start here: https://www.cromwelllake.com/lake-and-contour-maps/
  4. 2 points
    Its-grim-up-north

    Cromwell Lake Fishery

    Me and my pal did a week on there a few years ago in March, I caught 3 Low 20s during the week while he blanked... then he knocked a 43 lb mirror called Rosie Out on the last night. Envious is an understatement. All I’d say is lead about as much you can and find your spots. Pick the bait and rigs you’ve got the most confidence in and sit on your hands...choddys did it for us... I mean him 😔
  5. 1 point
    Highy

    "Decent" barbless hooks????

    Made from high grade Japanese wire, the key improvement has been the introduction of a series of minute horizontal grooves on the inside of the specially designed arrow shaped hook point, where historically the barb would have been. These grooves allow the hook to hold securely in the fish’s mouth when pressure is applied, as the flesh presses into the grooves resulting in a firm hook hold with no slippage. As soon as the pressure is removed the hook returns to a barbless format allowing for easy and safe removal. Simple but so very effective. £5 for 10 hooks...not bad
  6. 1 point
    commonly

    2019 Plans

    Sounds like your backs against the wall. I wish you luck mate
  7. 1 point
    Dannygooner

    2019 Plans

    Let me know when your back in that role mate. I'll swing by for a few 🍺🍺
  8. 1 point
    chillfactor

    2019 Plans

    Not a lot we can do really mate , only thing we could do is try & get the timing right so the pumps gone back on at 9 tonight & running all night . The noise of the pump will hopefully help tonight & keep any unwanted visitors away .
  9. 1 point
    Its-grim-up-north

    What is your newest purchase

    A trakker tempest v2 With overwrap, good riddance packing my 12 year old leaking TFG wendy house up in freezing temperatures... 🤩
  10. 1 point
    Dannygooner

    2019 Plans

    Man flu is real fellas. Beware the man flu. 50 x the strength of the female version. Don't be told otherwise 😂
  11. 1 point
    Dannygooner

    Bivvy Fire

    If someone's that cold that they need lit things in a tent , give up the night fishing, you ain't hardy enough 😂
  12. 1 point
    charlieg

    "Decent" barbless hooks????

    What Hooks do you normally use? Are these available in Barbless? If so I would stick with what you are confident in and I just like to add a bit of shrink tube to help keep the hook in place.
  13. 1 point
    chillfactor

    Ring swivels for hooks

    Your not trying to pass it over the eye of the hook are you ? Most micro ring swivels will pass over a micro barb .
  14. 0 points
    chillfactor

    Your favourite capture

    We would of fenced it years ago if possible.... unfortunately it isn't fella .
  15. 0 points
    chillfactor

    Your favourite capture

    It was a good friends lake mate & colleague ,gutted especially for him . Nothing to rebuild that's the end of that water mate .
  16. 0 points
    chillfactor

    Your favourite capture

    Well lads what can I say , very depressing day to be an angler ! Absolutely no big fish left so the common above has been had this winter as I spotted it in the summer . Even the small amount of fish left the majority of them had half a tail . So from my findings today if your on a water getting hit hard by otters in a few years there be nothing left & what is will more likely be damaged . The future looks proper grim !


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