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  1. salokcinnodrog

    Ditching the Fishmeals

    First thing is that some fishmeal baits are absolutely brilliant, on most waters, although at certain times and on runs waters other baits may prove their woth. Long term fishmeal baits include Nutrabaits Big Fish Mix, Trigga, and more, but it is getting the best out of them that not everyone understands. On 'overstocked' waters, high attract non fishmeal baits can be better for the angler doing quick trips, yet as a long term bait fishmeal baits can produce more. In summer, higher carbohydrate, birdfood baits with a quick leakage can produce more, the first nutritional requirement is energy, carbohydrates and fats. Protein for growth is not the first need! The fishmeals will produce, but not as first choice. There are alternatives, meat meals, chicken, liver, beef which will work long term. My choice for a long term bait is most definitely a fishmeal.
  2. salokcinnodrog

    River Thames.

    Ici to B Pit, to Suffolk Water Park, to River Gipping by a committee member, from one side of the weir to the other and then onto Snake. Wandering mirror, it had human movement, none of the moves were by itself!
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    Yes he could wind you and us Mods up. When he came back to this country after his stroke I phoned him up a couple of times. He was so proud of his daughter, trying to enjoy what fishing he could and often just surviving. I don't think much of making a phone call, but to Kev, they seemed to cheer him up, which suddenly makes it a big deal.
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    River Thames.

    Gipping in Suffolk. We had a few out from various stretches, although the 28 pictured was the biggest, then sadly it got poached, not by Eastern Europeans, but by local fishery owners wanting instant fish. Dippy the 40lb + Mirror went from the Gipping to Snake Pit 25miles away. The Stour on the border also has some very good fish in it.
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    River Thames.

    Hampton Court area used to produce good fish๐Ÿ˜‰ Carp have been caught as far downstream as the London Docks. River carp? I suppose I should go find some more...
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    What is your newest purchase

    6 pack of gas canisters and a 1litre of Fabsil
  7. salokcinnodrog

    Making pop-ups

    A 1 egg mix makes around 80 baits, so I actually have 160 in total, half of each. Of each mix I have done a few in 20mm compared to the other 15mm๐Ÿ˜‰ If the crays are active I will use most of them.
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    Making pop-ups

    Just made a years supply of pop-ups with the secret ingredients๐Ÿ˜‰ Two 1 egg mixes, 1 blue and 1 red, cork dust base mix, RH Megaspice, Versele Laga Garlic Oil, and glycerol to preserve them once dried out
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    River Thames.

    Lake escapee I do believe though!
  10. salokcinnodrog

    sign of the times

    2.75๐Ÿ˜‰ Daiwa, Korum or Shimano
  11. salokcinnodrog

    River Thames.

    50+! One helleur of a fish...๐Ÿ˜–๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜‰
  12. salokcinnodrog

    sign of the times

    To be honest, I do try to avoid Fox and Nash as much as I possibly can. Nash because I do not like his ethics, too much tackle returned faulty or broken when I was working in tackle shop, and Fox not always the best with the same issues of faulty gear. There are also far better cheaper items out there by other manufacturers in most cases.
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    sign of the times

    Nash luggage robust? All of the stuff I have had has fallen to pieces, on occasions under warranty. The customer service and after sales was appalling. It took a letter to CarpWorld publicising it to get my rucksack replaced after 3months. Rucksacks you are far better getting a military Bergen! Mine is battered, bruised and still going, on its second life. I also dislike the ethics of Nash and some of his quietly forgotten past history including Catchum, (his way into the bait industry via Rod Hutchinson), I dislike a tackle manufacturer advocating dropping leads on his fishery (!) and his carefully chosen published biography which I think is a little short of honesty. I think The only good item of Nash tackle I have had was a Nash Outlaw Hurricane bivvy, that is in fact still in good enough condition to use, which I picked oop on t'bay for ยฃ10 by looking for spelling mitsakes๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜†๐ŸŸ Fox on the other hand customer service was always spot on.
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    sign of the times

    Selling a 'job lot' of tackle like that is to me annoying and worrying in a number of ways. Is it hot, stolen or not quite right? Has someone stuck the lot on a credit card, realised they couldn't afford it, and stuck it up for sale? Is it our fashion victim realising that fishing is not for them and selling the lot Someone who just thinks they need the new must have? Lots of questions under that little list!