Discussion in 'Sea Fishing Forum - Shore, Boat & Kayak Fishing' started by GJW, Apr 27, 2010.
Top writeup as usual Garold......April 2010 .. :surprise: :surprise: :cheesy:
Smashing report. I can see a family trip to the sea side coming this weekend :yes:
Great write up Gary and very imformative, thanks for taking the time to do all that. I admit apart from digging for worms I don't do bait collecting, I know I should do but I guess I feel that the time I should be out bait collecting I'd rather be out on the kayak catching a lot more fish than I'd ever do in winter :cheesy: However I know I'll regret that way of thinking come winter time though.
Thats fantastic gary. Thanks for putting that up.
great write up Gary :yes:
Great write up Gary, i'm sure it will inspire the young-uns into "doing it properly", I remember years ago thinking i would make life easy and sent for a load of "Devon peelers" (several hundred) and they were the biggest load of rubbish I have every had the pleasure of paying for!
As i've always maintained "you cant beat a bit of fresh"!
I remember fishing a match at whitby, there was only 3 of us with peeler, us three had a bag full of fish each (i'm talking 19, 21 & 22 ) and the rest of them only had odd fish - that can be the difference cant it.
Unfortunately i cant collect my own now but would if i could, well done Gary! Ian
excellent information there gary well done
A top class report Gary showing how to do it properly, as you have said in the past the importance of top quality bait ----- the it will do attitude
will catch people out in the long term. as will leaving the bait out to long , topping it up etc, plus having that top quality bait in the water all of the time, that means reeling in, uncliping the old trace, straight on with the pre baited one and back into the sea within seconds , in the long
term it makes a big difference :yes: :yes:
great report that gary, great pictures but were round here is the best place to go and collect the little beauties or is that asking a bit to much ?
Very helpfull Gary thanks for taking the time to post I will no what to look for now cheers chris
Fantastic post Gary. Thanks for putting it together.
exalent post will be having look this weekend
Superb Guide/post,well done. :happy:
howdo, great post that gary well done mate
Once again one of the most knowledgable anglers on the site takes the time and effort to provide some top quality info. Thanks Gary, much appreciated.
Great report gary as always. Time to get some in
Nice one Gary, sometimes you assume that everyone knows certain things but of course that is not the case. I,m sure that will help many. Are you sure you got your dates right? :surprise: :whistle:
Some great info there, thanks for explaining how to get them ready!
top info there garry- i remember when you were an up and coming young rod in our club and mustard keen to compete with the more experienced club members- i think you've passed most of em in a short space of time-even got one or two tips of you myself-ideal post for the less experienced anglers on this forum - tight lines.
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