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oscsha

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  1. oscsha

    Fishing after a match?

    Just a quick Fag paper calculation but it about 28,000 gallons to raise an acre by one inch , 200 gallons is only 32 cubic feet. Sorry to hear about your health hope all is getting better
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    Secret Sneaky Guesting Venues and Clubs Criticism

    Hello Lee , Joe , Old Joe whatever your name is today
  3. oscsha

    Fishing after a match?

    Quite clear it's a statement and not a figure of speech or should we just take everything you say as a figure of speech . Bit pointless posting drivel if its not what you mean
  4. oscsha

    Fishing after a match?

    back tracking , once you've been caught out !
  5. oscsha

    Fishing after a match?

    Come on then CM tell us how much bait would have to go in a water to raise the level by a ' good few inches ' , I'd love to know as I've never seen any tipper lorries turning up emptying bait in around my way .
  6. oscsha

    Fishing after a match?

    Sorry that's not the way i read it , i think he's talking about a carp match not match anglers fishing for carp . A lot of clubs run these type of match's for carp anglers . Really do you know how much bait would have to be put in to raise the water level a good few inches !!!
  7. oscsha

    FOX RX +

    I've now got an image of flashing bivvies on a runs water
  8. oscsha

    How you choose a Boilie!

    Due to the closing down of tackle shops and the increase in internet sales purchasing a whole range of bait online is probably more accessibly to more anglers than ever , a lot of youngsters even have their own debit bank cards they can use . p.s there maybe more than one member on here that has worked in the trade
  9. oscsha

    How you choose a Boilie!

    I normally like and respect your posts even if I don't agree , but really !! you just seem intent on picking holes and trying to argue on this one . Are we really going to pick a scenario out for every single little element of every ones posts . IT'S ONLY FISHING
  10. oscsha

    Must have tackle

    Not for me , but Nash doesn't make many mistakes so I reckon there is a market .
  11. oscsha

    How you choose a Boilie!

    LJC , did follow his comment about not having to pay £12.99 a kg by going on to say anyone can get a decent bait for £6-8 , now depends what you class class as decent bait but an old fashioned 50/50 off the shelf can be had for that sort of money . Little unfair to only quote small parts of post .
  12. oscsha

    How you choose a Boilie!

    Could just be down to them eating what they know i.e pellets , maggots , corn etc where as boilies are a bit alien to them
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    FOX RX +

    Optonic owned the patent hence why no one else produced alarms until the patent had run out from memory around 1992 , the flood gates then opened hence the amount of alarms on the market . As soon as the patent run out the big boys of the time i.e Shakespeare , Daiwa , Fox all started to produce roller alarms .
  14. oscsha

    How you choose a Boilie!

    I wonder if on some waters the fish see boilies as natural due to being feed them from day one and are even attracted by the sound of them going in the water , I know some waters were the bream were attracted to the sound of swimfeeders hitting the water .
  15. oscsha

    FOX RX +

    The thing is the system Delkims use only exists due to the patents at the time , they couldn't use a roller so had to come up with another solution a good one maybe to sensitive probably .Alot of takes are more than one bleep so most alarms will suffice . If you want to see all the action use a float lol .
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