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PostPosted: 22/12/13 13:31 
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Just bought one of these, it looks a superb bit of kit.

http://www.yateleyangling.co.uk/fox-spe ... ey-45.html

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PostPosted: 22/12/13 15:10 
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Tom ,

They are very , very good . You will not be disappointed.
A quality product . I did look at one but for my overnight Carp fishing I have got a Fox
Supa Brolly and the rest of my fishing I tend to stay mobile so just invest in a good
set of quality waterproofs ( Walking and Golfing brands , not Fishing thumbsup ).

Rich

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PostPosted: 23/12/13 09:54 
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I have one too Tom, cracking Brolly, had it in 35mph wind on Woodford bank and it was brilliant :)

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PostPosted: 23/12/13 16:04 
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It stood up the the worst the weather could chuck at me this morning, kept me nice and dry

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PostPosted: 23/12/13 19:05 
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Tom Herbert wrote:
It stood up the the worst the weather could chuck at me this morning, kept me nice and dry


Did you get your perch Tom?

Cheers, Dave.

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PostPosted: 24/12/13 15:11 
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Not a big one Dave but one over a pound!

Caught lots of Roach as well, all on prawns! When i put some maggots in they killed to swim instantly and i never had a touch on lobs.................... food for thought.

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PostPosted: 24/12/13 20:08 
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Certainly is Tom, but a perch over a pound is not to be sneezed at, so well done on that. Last winter, I watched a very efficient angler (matchman I would think) fishing mag and wag close to an island on one of the lakes. Fed continuously and had practically a bite a cast, roach and carp. Made me green with envy :rolleyes

However, a LOT of prawns are fed in there, and I guess at times that's what they want....and nowt else will do. What size prawns were the roach taking Tom?

Cheers, Dave

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