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    Very nice bit of kit, I use mine with a couple of...

    Very nice bit of kit, I use mine with a couple of stalking rods that are two piece nine footers - they fit on nicely and the centre is just enough to take a landing net, and a set of buzzers will go...
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    Thinking Anglers slim quiver coupled with a reel...

    Thinking Anglers slim quiver coupled with a reel wrap is what I use...
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    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Tackling-Carp-Chilly-Chil...

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Tackling-Carp-Chilly-Chillcott-Ian/dp/1846890004

    You can get it cheaper than on this link, but this is a cracking book, and covers a lot of ground.
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    As said, self inflating. I have the trakker one...

    As said, self inflating. I have the trakker one permanently on the bed, and just open the valve once the bed is unfolded, then close it when inflated. I re-open the valve and pack the bed down, then...
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    I've used Gardner Hydrosink a bit, and it seems...

    I've used Gardner Hydrosink a bit, and it seems spot on. Not really used it in heavy weed, but it sinks well and seems robust.
  6. Thread: Nash Footpath

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    Nash Footpath

    This years contender for the most ridiculous product ever...worth searching up ;)
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    I bought the trakker one, which has been great....

    I bought the trakker one, which has been great. Just got back from a night on it and its much warmer and more comfy. Folds up fine inside the bedchair too
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    Depends where you fish...personally, despite all...

    Depends where you fish...personally, despite all the modern trends towards high test curve rods, I see them as a very specialist tool. I've be more inclined to see a 2 3/4 as a good alround model -...
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    I had this exact dilemma - ended up buy an older...

    I had this exact dilemma - ended up buy an older cannon powershot model secondhand for her, which has been brilliant, and she now has an EOS 10D...
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    They're designed as sea angling kit, so the...

    They're designed as sea angling kit, so the visibility is unimportant - quick stroke with a marker pen dulls them down...
  11. Thread: New Barrow ?

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    I got mine after Stew Burrows raved about his....

    I got mine after Stew Burrows raved about his. Even better if you add the additional luggage that's designed for it.
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    I wouldn't want to be using a bait I had no...

    I wouldn't want to be using a bait I had no experience of/confidence in, especially on a one off week long visit. I'd also be suspicious of a "recommended" bait, especially if sold by the venue - it...
  13. Thread: New Barrow ?

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    Totally sold on the new fox explorer - the best...

    Totally sold on the new fox explorer - the best balanced barrow I have ever used, and lots of little touches, like folding the front shelf in and out depending on the amount of kit youre using, and...
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    I've asked Potty to make some specific styles of...

    I've asked Potty to make some specific styles of lead in the past and he's always done a good job.
  15. Thread: Chest Waders

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    Did they come with a free chunky knit jumper and...

    Did they come with a free chunky knit jumper and hat?
  16. Thread: Chest Waders

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    They fit me fine, albeit I ordered a couple of...

    They fit me fine, albeit I ordered a couple of sizes too big, and have not cracked or split or needed any repairs in three years.
  17. Thread: Chest Waders

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    I buy the cheapest pair of rubber waders I can...

    I buy the cheapest pair of rubber waders I can find on ebay - you can usually find some for 20 or so - and replace every few years. I tend to rag them on brambles and treat them too rough to justify...
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    Got the Fox Traveller net and handle, and they...

    Got the Fox Traveller net and handle, and they are spot on. I also have a few NGT six foot handles that are two piece, and only a tenner each!
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    Gardner target line stops are fine, if you warm...

    Gardner target line stops are fine, if you warm the bead in hot water and squash it slightly in pliers...
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    Never seen a bailiff on there, and as long as you...

    Never seen a bailiff on there, and as long as you keep the balls small, who'd know ;)
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    https://www.anglingdirect.co.uk/shakespeare-omni-p...

    https://www.anglingdirect.co.uk/shakespeare-omni-pellet-waggler-rod

    Got the 10ft version of this for small stream work, and it perfect - sensitive enough to enjoy silvers, but enough in it to...
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    Total Camo wader bag - a simple waterproof bag...

    Total Camo wader bag - a simple waterproof bag for carrying your waders in, which has a second set of handles on the base, so you can put it over your waders when leaving them next to the rods...
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    French Runs Water

    Anyone able to recommend one? The wife and I had a few trips to a place out in southern france where we could manage a couple of dozen fish to mid thirties in a few nights, but they have removed all...
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    Angling Projects are an excellent charity! If...

    Angling Projects are an excellent charity! If they don't need it, then I've just started some fishing sessions with the kids at my school and could use any light kit.
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    The TA ones are expensive, but bloody good. I...

    The TA ones are expensive, but bloody good. I know Ben and Steve put a lot into getting them right, which is reflected in the price. TBH, I was a bit disappointed they were good when I tried them,...
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