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Old 08-10-2012, 04:05 PM
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Fishing bangour scotland sunday with my good mate paramedic pete and hopefully the tees saturday got the weekend off
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Are the Stocks boys worried about travelling.

Has it been considered meeting half way and having just one leg on neutral ground?.

How about Leighton 1hr 30mins for them and 1hr 30mins from Newcastle. Just a thought.

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Old 08-10-2012, 04:16 PM
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Are the Stocks boys worried about travelling.

Has it been considered meeting half way and having just one leg on neutral ground?.

How about Leighton 1hr 30mins for them and 1hr 30mins from Newcastle. Just a thought.

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What makes you ask gary i belive it was there idea to host a home leg then travel to the north east mate
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Old 08-10-2012, 04:22 PM
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What makes you ask gary i belive it was there idea to host a home leg then travel to the north east mate
Just thinking out loud, if there happy to travel, I was worried they had not considered the travel.
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What kit is req for Hury, will a floating line an intermediate and a DI4 cover it.
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Old 08-10-2012, 04:31 PM
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Alright lads, there has been some talk on the aldin grange thread of emailing mick at Aldin and letting him know about the state of the fish that we encountered yesterday. Jaykay (John) said he would email but I can do it if he doesn't want to and I will post it on here before sending so that you can all see it.

if you aren't bothered either way then that's cool but I for one really like Aldin as its one of the few fisheries with good hospitality, it's local (for us boro lads anyway) and reasonably priced.

If we do email then it should be on the northern monkeys behalf as we all have done Aldin a big favour by hosting our meet there, on that note the email won't be aimed as a personal attack against mick or the fishery, we are just kindly letting him know what we encountered and 20 anglers opinions must count for something.

Cheers lads

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Old 08-10-2012, 04:33 PM
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What kit is req for Hury, will a floating line an intermediate and a DI4 cover it.
That covers everything doesnt it

You'll be fine with that mate
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Old 08-10-2012, 04:38 PM
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Never fished it belive big tel has but with those lines your well covered
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More than covered
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Old 08-10-2012, 05:46 PM
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hury floater ,inter is all i used but never fished it late on so reckon floater,inter medium sink would cover most things i only got the two rods lol unless i take my #4
the guys who havent fished a large water before will love it,(i hope)
get wrapped up though guys it can be cold
SMALL LURES ,LARGE WETS IT NORMALLY FISHES WELL TO NATURALS, SO IF YOU CAN FIND THE FISH THEY WILL HAVE IT

YOUR IN FOR A DIFFERENT FIGHT THAN WHAT WE HAD SUNDAY
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