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heron99

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  1. Recently come back from a week at Etang de Cache http://www.etangcache.com/.'>http://www.etangcache.com/. Thought I'd do a review as there is little information out there about this lovely french carp fishery. Two of us fishing, flew to Limoges from Southampton airport and were picked up by a very friendly owner (partner) called Dave. Drive to the lake was about an hour. At the lake we met other partner 'Steve', also very friendly who had all the hire gear ready for us. All the gear was good quality stuff and all we needed was terminal bits and sleeping bag! The lake about 4.5 a
  2. In answer to the question of which rod can take 7lb? I asked this question - What strength line do you use? I guess 12 - 15lb line. Have you never had a fish that snaps the line? If so, your 3.5lb rod has had to take far more than 3.5lb to achieve this!
  3. Having scanned through all the posts on barbless and barbed hooks, I failed to see anyone who considered the following: ME: I am an ex-fishery owner and ex-fish farmer. I have been fishing for 45 years - specimen carp fishing for 25 years 1) If your line breaks leaving hook and possibly lead dragging behind, the potential damage to the carp can be bad to fatal. Barbless hooks give the chance for the carp to eject the hook before this occurs. If a fish after being lost passes through a snaggy area, they are likely to get caught up. What do they do? They'll tug until either they have rip
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