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chris

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  1. chris

    All booked up for next year..........

    I had swim 1 in May and suffered with the sun - if the weather is bright the sun will get you whatever the time of year, I just moved my chair under the big tree next to the swim to find some shade.
  2. chris

    All booked up for next year..........

    You won't need plug adapters, all the sockets are UK type.
  3. chris

    All booked up for next year..........

    Genesis, you must have a short memory as we have exchanged several PM's about the place
  4. chris

    All booked up for next year..........

    13 days to go for me
  5. chris

    NGT Tackle - Anygood

    The most important item of tackle I have is from NGT. Very important
  6. chris

    Carp fishing sponsorship

    This. Nothing more, nothing less.
  7. chris

    What's the best bait boat

    Lake Reaper - great little boats at a sensible price.
  8. chris

    Suggestions on a new Bivvy

    Piece of cake to put up, it's not described as a two man but as a 1 1/2 man a big one man in reality. A mate has the two man and is equally impressed.
  9. chris

    Suggestions on a new Bivvy

    I've had a JRC Sti bivvy for ages and after my last long session decided I needed something a little bigger, so I bought this one from Triton Tackle for a week in France. https://tritontackle.co.uk/product/tritus-10000hh-super-waterproof-1-5-man-deluxe-bivvy/ I think it's superb, very well made and robust, at least the equal of the JRC and to be honest I think overall it's a lot better.
  10. Going to depend on the re-whipping price, any idea how much it might cost?
  11. My rods are starting to look past their best now so I have been thinking of getting some new ones, thing is I don't fish very much at all these days, just a week in France and a few day trips per year so I have only been looking at the cheaper end of the market. Current rods are Harrison Chimera in 2.75lb which are probably better rods than the cheaper models available. Would I be better off buying new or getting mine re-built? How much could I expect it to cost to have the rings replaced and new butt grips - reel seats are fine and would leave those.
  12. chris

    First trip to France

    Genesis would be a good choice.
  13. chris

    What is your newest purchase

    10kg of bait from ABS plus some pops and wafters
  14. ''not too expensive'' If you go every other week for a 24hr session it's going to cost you nearly 900 quid in your first year - sounds a bit expensive to me.
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