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  1. welder

    Thought of the Day pt.2

    I know what you mean about the call of fishing in France, Phil. It's addictive. I did Rushes Lake twice last year and this June Alan and I are on Windmill Lakes, just up the road from Rushes. Taking my nephew with us . He'll be celebrating his 40th birthday while we're there. You'll know all about self-employment being a potential obstacle to fishing in general. I certainly do. It's all about priorities whereas a booked trip to France is a specific and can be worked into the diary. Ian.
  2. welder

    Thought of the Day pt.2

    Can I guess what's on the menu soon? Ian.
  3. welder

    Thought of the Day pt.2

    "And hanged by the neck until he was dead". I banned him. Again. Ian.
  4. The French fishery I'm on this June has a barbless rule, too. These hooks look ideally suited, I'll get some. Thanks. Ian.
  5. welder

    2019 Plans

    Living where you do, Phil, Horseshoe makes a lot of sense. Too much of a trek for me to do it on a regular basis or I'd be joining you. Ian.
  6. welder

    2019 Plans

    For 39 years I've lived within half a mile of the River Tame in North Warwickshire and I've never fished it. That's going to change this year. Ian.
  7. welder

    Thought of the Day pt.2

    Dead people? Ian.
  8. welder

    bait boat

    I have the Procat, had it for years and it's never let me down. I bought it 2nd hand and it came with a hopper extension which simply sits inside the existing hopper. Without the extension the boat holds around three quarters of a kilo. With extension I can double that. It's all the boat I'll ever need, quite fast, steers and handles well. Here's a tip. I bought a large plastic-coated hook and welded onto it a 3/8ths BSF set pin (bolt). I can screw this into a spare landing net pole to lift the boat into or out of the water if the bank has a bit of a drop to the water. Another tip. When first using the boat to take out your terminal tackle, lead, hook etc DON'T make the mistake I made. I didn't open the bail arm on the reel, relying on a loosened clutch to allow line off. Massive line twist was the result!!! I learned my lesson, trust me...……... Ian
  9. welder

    Thought of the Day pt.2

    Just Googled it. The Walleye is also known as the Yellow Pike and is a close relative to the European Zander. Ian.
  10. welder

    Dogs on motorbikes

    Cracking picture! Ian.
  11. welder

    Places to go!

    I've just had a good look at that, myself. I could do a week on there, no problem. Ian.
  12. Never, ever had a problem. Ian.
  13. These are the ones I use. Why pay more? Ian.
  14. Same! Years ago I had my Greys Prodigys converted to full cork handles and was a bit precious about them. Sought and sought suitable butt grips until I realised that these were ideal all along...…….a bag of chips is more expensive than a dozen of these. Ian
  15. welder

    guys we need to sign this

    Done. Ian.
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