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  1. welcome abourd to you both tight lines Gaz
  2. I dont your location but up here in the north there is a yorkshire carp trader/swaps group on facebook. Maybe there is something similar in your area its worth a look. Gaz
  3. Welcome abourd mate i look forward to seeing some pics and catch reports if you have time. Gaz
  4. Thanks very much for your input guys a bit to think about now. I ike the sound of the rig morale braided tubing ill give that a look over. Gaz
  5. Ive not used any rig tubing now for the last 10+ years and dont have even have any in my tackle box, prefering to use leadcore or more recentley lead free leaders. I am fishing a water next month that doesnt allow leaders of any kind. Im looking for a supple heavy sinking tube preferably with various colours not just one solid colour. Any recomendations guys. Thanks Gary
  6. I havnt fished the place myself but the lads at RG Baits seem to do very well on there it could be worth trying to contact them for some info http://www.rgbaits.co.uk/ Gaz
  7. Nice one the look on your face says it all well done fella Gaz
  8. Wow that is a very hard question to answer. I see it is completely down to the individual on what they want to catch from each venue. I do suppose there is the chance of getting completely fixated by one or 2 fish and becoming obsessed with catching them, but i dint see that as trying too hard its obsessive. I think life is too short to really get hung up by 1 or 2 fish but thats just my feeling there are many an angler that has lived on a water for that 1 bite a year. Gaz
  9. You would need a heavy lead for it not to move at all, a lighter lead would be picked up and slide back up the line a little on the take giving what would sound like a single toner on the alarm. I nearly always fish running rigs with various size leads and it does give better bite indication in my opinion. You still need a bobbin swinger etc to keep the line that bit taught over the alarm for it to register better.
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    December Catch Reports

    I had a day session at a well stocked local farm pond and had a couple of fish on the 23rd Dec . The first was about 12-13lb taken on a 2 foot zig in approx 4 foot of water, no pic and the second was 17lb 8oz taken on an 18 inch zig in the same area.
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    Here's an interesting thing when weighing fish too. How many of you use weigh bars ??
  12. If its any use to you i have previously put pellets and boillies ( Seperate times ) in buckets to soak up the hemp oils and water to only find that the boillies and pellets took too much moisture out of the hemp and most of it ended up floating on the top instead of sinking to the bottom. Try to keep iot moist is my suggestion. Gaz
  13. Hi mate all the info is on here http://www.ericswillows.com/ it says it went day ticket in 2013 i cant believe its that far back how time flies Gaz
  14. Hi pal erics willows is no longer syndicate its now day ticket. There is a one off registration fee then pay as you fish. Its £30 per 24 hours over the weekend and £25 through the week. Gaz
  15. Thanks pal i have been using shimano diaflash (bugs) 2.75lb tc for the last 16 years and really liked them until i managed to break one a couple of weeks back i have noticed the ctx dont come in 3lb tc but im going to have a ride out to chapmans to have a look at some when i have a spare half day. The only pusuits ive picked up were 3.25 tc and i think thats over doing it for most of the waters ill be fishing, im hoping the ctx may be a little more forgiving. Gaz
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