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Tree123

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  1. Tree123

    What is your newest purchase

    2* cygnet 20 20 snug buzz bars
  2. Tree123

    What is your newest purchase

    Think they dont make them anymore and it jusy the black one a now
  3. Tree123

    What is your newest purchase

    2 nash bp10s 2 cygnet 6.5inch 20 20 buzz bars
  4. Tree123

    2 or 3 rods

    Thats what I normally do but as I say that 3rd rod never seems to esp much reward
  5. Tree123

    Bivvy/Brolly System

    Deffo avoid a bivvy then. Imo they take far to long to set up compared to brolly system especially for jusy a day or night When i was looking for lighter shelter for a night I was torn bewteen the tempset lo pro (both of which you can get fronts and groundsheet for) or a standard 60inch brolly. In the end i settled with lo pro in the end as it had the better foot print was cheaper and overall lighter..if had to rebuy its a choice I'd make again as it ideal for me now. There is loads of budget friendly systems out there now.buy your money take your chance I had good brolly from saber. On fact still going strong with my brother 5-6 years later. Hopefully the fox quality has improved compared to the sieve brolly system which leaked awfully (well mine did) my one also weighted something like 11-12kg
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    Bivvy/Brolly System

    Yeah lik total fishing do a deal but still about 300 quid I have the lo pro the smaller version and am a big fan of it Is there reason it had to have front on it? Personally I hate having a front on my shelter other then a mozzi mesh as i feel like I'm shutting the nature out. Personally I'd alway go with the brolly over bivvy jusy because of weight and time to put up
  7. Tree123

    2 or 3 rods

    Thanks for advise in the end in juat gonna stick with the 2 next year and see how I go and see if I think it makes much difference to catch rate I dont think it will and most of the time I'll be on water where i think two is enough anyway
  8. Tree123

    2 or 3 rods

    Yeah makes sense plus with a sleeve system it so easy to swap bewteen carrying two and three
  9. Tree123

    Bivvy/Brolly System

    Esp lo pro if you a smallish shelter or tempset brolly if you want a larger footprint
  10. Tree123

    2 or 3 rods

    How many rods to you use 2 or 3? Can't choose wether I should drop down to 2. Pro for swapping to down to 2 Weight so can easily move and make sure my rigs are on the fish. Money: il be saving at least few 100 quid when i factor in buying in braid ticket price and rod liensce. Plus im due to replace my reels soon Let alone the extra bait and hooks to fish another spot. Distrubance: less rods less line etc etc Pros of 3 rods Extra rig could be an extra chance for fish. Or rod to try something diffenet on I nornally fish one of 3 places Small river Only about 2-3 rod lenght wide and fish simple and due to club lakes I can only fish 2 rods. Easier lake Deep pit mostly just margin fishing I dont feel that the 3rd rod has brought me any extra fish Weedy small lake 10acrre or so very weedy lake with loads of pads,snag and features. I dont often fish here but will do more next season..
  11. Tree123

    Lo pro vs tempset brolly

    So it arrived and i love it. So easy to put up. Little bit tight with my bed chair and bag and food bag in there atm. But ill make it work.
  12. Tree123

    Lo pro vs tempset brolly

    Yeah i brought one on friday. Plus a smaller bag to make sure i can get everything under nearth what lenght poles are people using for front
  13. Tree123

    Lo pro vs tempset brolly

    Ive been looking at the hideouts too as they look quite good 15cm or so extra out the front so the same size as the 60 inch brolly i was looking at. Can get it for 200 for the dull system which is cheaper then low pro front and ground sheet Not sure now stable it is without tge storm poles on the front. But like the fact how quicky the fribt goes up and down
  14. Tree123

    Lo pro vs tempset brolly

    Ok mine only 800mm so im sure it should be fine. Im still gonna try and see one in the flesh before jumping. Messaged almost all pf my local and not so local shops
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